sooo proud of my team! in november when the season started i attempted drill with Charlie, things didn’t go well and i started using an amazing horse named spirit! meet number 3 i had a last minute horse change and started using my coaches mare, charity :) we qualified for state along with the rest of the team and placed 5th and qualified for regionals! this past weekend I’ve learned a lot about hard work and determination! today we had the perfect ride to end the season on and we placed 3rd out of the whole region (Washington/Oregon). I couldn’t have done it without my amazing coaches, parents,teammates and of course horses!💙
This is our jump off from yesterday cause I didn’t get any videos of today😋 Tully was so good today though we ended up with a third in our gamblers choice class with a score of 1090😇🦄
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A good weekend at the Westside derby, and it was such a learning experience. My first time doing something like that, and definitely accomplished alot more than we have at any of our other shows. Each one I learn something more, but this was something else in itself. We struggled a bit, had some refusals, stressed beyond some measures... even a disqualification or two... but we managed to have some really great successes, and end up with 3 seconds, 2 firsts, and overall Reserve Champion! Had a great time, and in the end, I'm super happy with what was done and tried for! Lovely way to end a horseshow weekend with my birthday too!
Greatful for my horse, and my amazing coach, because they are both amazing and couldn't have accomplished anything near this without them.
Also, shout out to April for the amazing braids she did on Lu!
June 18th, 2018. RIDE 2/100: That feeling when you have a bloody excellent lesson! Crisp (very chilly..!) early morning ride this morning. Quite windy but had a great time! Rode Ben today, haven’t ridden him in over a year! He had a looooovely canter, we even popped over a few little jumps. I managed four laps of the arena in a canter without dropping out, and I felt as though my seat was glued to the saddle. So very happy as you can no doubt tell 😜 Also, swipe for equestrian fingernails 😬 Better get scrubbing 😂 (And did you notice my pony jarmies - thanks Mum and Dad from my 30th last year 😆) 💕🙌🏻🐴😃 #Eq#Equestrian#horse#horseaddict#horserider#1HundredRides#Ride2
What a wet, windy, muddy Melbourne weekend?
Saturday was Hay Run time, off to pick up 20 bales of Oaten Hay to see the boys through a couple more months - Lucerne Run next weekend.
Then in the afternoon the rain held off for a quick ride, Jazz was full of himself and wanted to just “run” like a nut. Slowed him right down and worked on getting him to engage his hind end better, lift through the winter and bring about some more natural carriage, he’s getting it but he does have the biggest stubborn streak.
Sunday was a wash-out, made up feeds and managed to dodge the rain showers to feed everyone!
How did everyone else spend their weekends?
so if you haven’t seen my story, I have decided that from now on photos are free but
1. credit must be given!!
2. priority goes to my friends because I can trust them to give me credit
3. all photos will be minorly edited and I may decide to watermark them in the corner
4. Portrait sessions can be arranged if I have time
if you want photos please dm me what weeks- I will be there 1&2 :) please don’t let me know classes yet, I’ll ask for those closer to the date so your message doesn’t get lost🤗
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