And Tucker and I are more than willing to defend that statement.
Why is the weekend over already?!?! I am less than excited about you Monday!
The best place to be!
I am in serious need of new media! The indoor arena is just so much suck for picture taking though. Also I’m not sure I can convince John that taking pictures of flat lessons is a fun time. We’ll see.
Happy New Year! It’s not too late to say that is it? I’m never sure when the happy new year period is up. There’s always that one awkward encounter mid-January with someone you don’t see very often. They say happy new year and you smile awkwardly wondering why you missed the proper holiday etiquette memo.
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What a great holiday season. Lots of time spent with family and lots of good food. The one down side is that I’ve seen my horse a total of one time since my last post. Sad.
Coach G and I have decided that we’re going to stick to dressage lessons for the foreseeable future. Tucker knows his job over fences. I’m pretty comfortable over fences now (when I’m not making stupid mistakes and forgetting things like keeping my heels down). And we’re thinking that working on the flat might be good for my hips and back. Give them a chance to heal and hopefully strengthen.
“Dressage makes me sleepy”
Months ago I participated in a blog hop that asked about your heart horse. At the time I didn’t think that I had ever ridden or owned a horse that I could call my heart horse.
AKA I haven’t done a lesson post in a while so this’ll be a 3 in 1. Actually come to think of it I haven’t been doing much posting of anything lately. Sometimes there are just not enough hours in the day.
Wolf in sheep’s clothing.
Hypothetically if you were searching for a new barn what would you look for?
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