Discussion in 'Brixton' started by xsunnysuex, Aug 12, 2011.
I really hope she doesn't read this
No one's having a go at her ringo, there were clearly crossed wires.
The horses with their winter coats on.
Snug as a bug in a rug.
They love the snow....
I didn't take the pics btw.
Fantastic. God, if I had my time again I'd work with horses in some capacity*!
* possibly not as a jockey
You could always volunteer..
Someone from the Horse Club without a computer is at my house and I showed them this thread.
She saw the last comment and got all excited and yelled "TELL 'EM THEY CAN VOLUNTEER!"
i still haven't seen any horses. maybe i'll go and visit one day.
Ebony are advertising for a fundraiser on their website...
There's new playground equipment next door to the stables in Wyck Gardens - was full of kids earlier.
Update; Lydia Heywood, International equestrian for Team Jamaica, to visit Brixton Ebony Horse Club
18-year-old Peckham student from the Ebony Horse Club, Khadijah Mellah, is believed to be the first person in the UK to appear in a competitive horse race while wearing a hijab ... and she won the Magnolia Cup at Glorious Goodwood! The annual race is in aid of the charity Wellbeing of Women, which raises money of life-saving research into prevention, diagnosis and treatment across the breadth of female reproductive and gynaecological health:
From Brixton horse club to Glorious Goodwood for pioneering student
Khadijah Mellah: Hijab-wearing jockey wins on Haverland and makes history at Goodwood
Magnolia Cup winner Khadijah Mellah's story to be shown in special documentary on ITV
(Source: as stated in image)
Khadijah has just completed her A-levels and is set to study mechanical engineering at university in September.
That's incredible. Really amazing. Well done Khadijah.
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