I can’t believe I just typed that title. Winter. Blech. Who wants it? Don’t get me wrong, I hate the heat, but I do understand why people move to San Diego. That being said, I’m thinking a lot more about what I need to do to prep the farm for winter time. We have a… Continue reading Prepping For Winter
A lot can happen in a year or so. Little did I realize when I wrote the last post (March 13, 2016) that almost a year from then, I would find the perfect horse property – my unicorn – and my husband and I would begin the process of buying it. We weren’t really so… Continue reading We Bought a Unicorn
Our focus today was on trot-canter-trot transitions and helping Jewel to stay soft and springy through them.
Ok, so the new year was a while ago. Heck, its actually daylight savings today, which means we’ve been in this new year for a while now. But that’s ok. I am excited (to the point of being a bit sick to my stomach about it) to officially say that I really want to earn… Continue reading New Year. New Goals.
For those of you who know me “in real life” you know that this journey of mine with my beautiful mare has been a long one, with a very twisted, jagged path. It was never a straight line (in any direction) — especially not upwards, and many times not even forwards. However, as my fitness… Continue reading A Dressage Horse
In the past, I have had some pretty good show nerves. Nothing that made me puke, but I did have to watch what I ate for breakfast and be relatively close to bathroom if you catch my drift. So, since I would actually like to show my horse, I figured I ought to get some… Continue reading Unexpected Results
And so after all my introspection over the past weekend, I ended up having a lesson that was amazing. It just all kind of hit me over the last week how quickly time passes and I think I was a bit emotional about it. In the last week, I have added a tendon support supplement… Continue reading Saddles, Lessons & More