This week I put together a grid specifically for horses to work on maintaining their rhythm over different types of fences. Here is the diagram: This grid is meant to be worked over both directions, with placement poles at 9 feet, a vertical, 18 feet to a fairly wide oxer and then another 18 … Continue reading Grid of the Week 10.1.2018
Last night I spent the most wonderful few hours with my barn owner, a coworker and a coworker in training as well as some of the barn girls. It was so fun to just chat and talk about goings on around the barn with no agenda. I find myself running and running so quickly that … Continue reading Evening Giggles
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
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.