I woke up Sunday morning not sure what day it was, or why my alarm was going of at 6 am. When I finally figured all of that out, I climbed out of bed feeling like I’d been hit by a truck, so that was gobs of fun. After a little coffee I was feeling slightly more human, and I made my way to the host farm to hand walk my horse and work out any stiffness he might have had. Continue reading
At the fall clinic, we entered the 3′-3’3 section, because we were still at kind of an in between stage, and we weren’t quite comfortable at 3’6 or jumping that height on a regular basis. Val was great, we had fun, and we learned a lot.
I also mentioned to Ragan that we were in the process of moving up and asked for some tips, which he happily provided. Continue reading
I’m sure you’re all eagerly awaiting the second round of Ragan clinic recaps (see the first round in August here and here, but be warned, they are from the early blogging days, and the formatting might be weird though the information is good), and I promise I’ll have them soon. I’m still waiting for all of the photos to trickle in, Continue reading