Well... gearing up for a VERY exciting May, with Colorado Horse Park Schooling, Abbe Clinic, Spring Gulch and then first of June the first CHP Trials. Annnnnd I go and break my foot. Not badly, but broken. Broke the pinky toe, fractured a metatarsal. Ugh. While I wait for the pain and swelling to go … Continue reading One Foot Forward
I can finally announce to the public that I will be working with the Hacked Horse as a featured columnist. This is an excellent online publication in Colorado that focuses on improving communication and providing a go-to location for all things Colorado horse. It focuses on the Hunter Jumper world, which I duck into as … Continue reading Announcement: Hacked Horse Columnist
Eventer becomes obsessed with Equitation- A Journey I personally first stepped foot on a horse when I was 4 years old. For the next 24 years I have been absorbed in getting more saddle time, doing more showing, going higher in my fences. However, each and every one of my rides have either improved or … Continue reading Improving as a Rider
Asking your horse to climb into a trailer, then pulling that trailer on the interstate at 75mph (really about 65, I drive like a grandma) is an inherently dangerous task. Fortunately in the horse business we are a community who help each other. Nobody does anything in this business alone. I am very fortunate … Continue reading Advanced Trailer Services
Meet Sammy, my current competition horse and his background.
Getting here, getting to this point. Wow, what a beautiful journey. In this post I talk a little about how I got to where I am and where I would like to go.