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Monthly Archives: May 2015
Tuesday night lesson was relatively uneventful. At the Trillium show this weekend there is a derby, so we spent the evening prepping for that. I’m not showing but my friend (and lesson buddy) C is. So we practiced going up … Continue reading
“Find a penny pick it up all day long you’ll have good luck.” Hang a horse shoe right side up to keep the good luck from spilling out, carry a four leaf clover or a rabbit’s foot for good luck, … Continue reading
I had an entirely different post planned for today but then I watched the new this morning before heading to work and I got pissed off. I’m not sure if this has become an issue where you are from but … Continue reading
The first show of the season is under our belts. And it went great! You may have notice by the title that this was only a schooling show. As I mentioned in a previous post, I bought Tucker this year … Continue reading
I’m about to get a little braggy. We rocked our lesson last night! I rode forward, I kept my eyes up (mostly), I stayed connected and kept his poll elevated, and we made the strides.
Last night’s lesson was the best one that I’ve had in a long time. I finally had the 12 foot stride rhythm back. It seemed to take a really long time this year to make the transition from indoor to … Continue reading
August 8th – 10th was the first in the RCRA Summer Trillium series. The high point winner of each division would win a wool cooler at the end of the series. The summer series consisted of only two shows and … Continue reading
Tucker says that the best grass is in the swamp.
Another 2014 show season catch-up post this week. I don’t have anything else to report as I haven’t been out to the barn since our Tuesday night lesson. Plus I have four more 2014 shows to write about and our … Continue reading