“Golf seems to be an arduous way to go for a walk. I prefer to take the dogs out.”
“When I appear in public, people expect me to neigh, grind my teeth, paw the ground, and swish my tail – none of which is easy.”
“When I’m approaching a water jump, with dozens of photographers waiting for me to fall in, and hundreds of spectators wondering what’s going to happen next, the horse is just about the only one who doesn’t know I am Royal!”
“I know my own heart to be entirely English.”
“You are a pest, by the very nature of that camera in your hand.”
“You have to decide at the end of the day if you can live with yourself.”
I think it’s quite difficult to follow in your parent’s footsteps in the same sport.
From a conservation issue alone, you’d have to say there are too many badgers. A bigger growth in the badger population is not good for the balance of conservation anyway.
When I appear in public people expect me to neigh, grind my teeth, paw the ground, and swish my tail – none of which is easy
I do think… gene technology has real benefits to offer, which will have maybe an occasional downside, but I suspect not very many.
For many children, the sport they do is because that is the one that is most available to them.
Princess Anne The biggest danger to the movement is that it is getting too big in sheer weight of numbers. Other sports will become more popular in terms of numbers, and everyone will want to be involved in the Olympics.