Aug 01

Normans next stop on his global trot was Hungary

Normans next stop on his global trot was Hungary Making new friends in Hungary

Normans next stop on his global trot was Hungary, a country in the middle of Europe with great horse riding heritage and endless opportunities for riders. In history Hungary is known as a nation that conquered large parts of continental Europe, streching from the Balkans to Normandy. With this in mind Norman wanted to spend the morning exploring the countries endless riding trails imaging what it must have been like to be a horse back in those times.

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Aug 01

Norman gallops into Romania

Norman gallops into Romania Norman helps pack goody bags

Norman’s next stop on his global visits was Romania. Norman had read the book Dracula and was interested in the going to Transylvania, the home of Bram Stoker. He was blown away by the land of mountains, forests, folklore and tradition.

Norman visits a traditional Romanian State Stud

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Jul 30

Norman’s next trot took him to the Ukraine

Norman’s next trot took him to the Ukraine Norman in the Ukraine

Norman’s next trot took him to the Ukraine situated between Russia and the Black Sea. Norman had heard some much about the Ukraine and was aware that it is the worlds largest producer of sunflower oil, a major global producer of grain and sugar, and future global player on meat and dairy markets. The Ukraine also produces more natural honey than any other European country. As the Ukraine possesses 30% of the world's richest black soil, its agricultural industry has huge potential.

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Jul 29

Norman gallops into Belarus - home of the Eventing World Cup Series

Norman gallops into Belarus - home of the Eventing World Cup Series Norman hanging out with new friends in Belarus

Norman was very happy as he galloped into a small country in the middle of Europe called Belarus! All of the photographs he had seen of this country were very majestic, a land covered with green forests and dotted with beautiful blue lakes. He was very excited to get to Belarus as in 2007 the FEI™ awarded the country the right to host the Eventing World Cup Series, and still to this day it is the only country in Eastern Europe that holds this prestigious right.

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