Weekend Recap: Unicorn Status Unlocked

Wow. I’m going to let you guys know now, this post will be a little picture heavy because they pretty much tell the whole story. In short, Val may not be the horse I’d have picked for myself back when he fell into my life, but he is absolutely, 100%, my unicorn, and I’m pretty sure I’ll never have another horse quite like him. Continue reading

Feeling Inspired

As I’m sure most of you already knew, the George Morris Horsemastership clinic took place last week, and USEF was awesome enough to put the full length videos of each session on their website for free, regardless of whether you’re a member.**Sorry y’all, that literally JUST changed.** (You can find those here.) If you haven’t already, I highly recommend watching them when you get the chance by the way. Continue reading

I Love My Pony: A Lesson Recap

Remember how I mentioned it’s been hard to get any real consistency going lately? Well. Case in point: when I checked my planner to figure out how many lessons I’ve had in the last couple of months, I realized I have had 0. My last lesson was October 2nd. It hasn’t been for lack of trying, I promise. But every time I tried to do a lesson Continue reading

Lone Star Fall Fest, 2016: Schooling and Day 1

Well waking up today (Monday) was rough, and the horse show hangover is real. I feel like I’ll never be able to consume enough caffeine, and all of my muscles are sore. Even my hands hurt from all of the photos I took. But it was still a really great weekend, and well worth the exhaustion! Continue reading

Not My Type

Yesterday, Emma mentioned in her blog post that her mare isn’t really her type of ride, but is instead the horse that fell into her lap. I can definitely relate. My preferred discipline is Hunters and Equitation, and yet here I am doing the Jumpers on my little speed bike of a horse. Continue reading