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

2016, What a Year

I’m a little behind on this one, which seems to be the story of my blogging life recently. I tried to keep this pretty short and sweet, but that’s never been my forte. I was going to include a goals review in this as well, but it was far too long already. Continue reading

October Ragan Clinic Takeaways

I apologize in advance for any weird grammar or typos. It’s currently 5 am and I’m typing this while I wait to board my plane to Virginia, after having already been up for two hours. I meant to prep this yesterday, but, procrastination is way more fun. I really wanted to ride in this clinic, but I’d already spent my show/clinic budget for the year, and Val ended up hurt for some reason or another the week of so it worked out. plus I had to work on the Continue reading

To the Left, to the Left

Sunday was another grid lesson, since almost no one has been able to jump their horses in the past few weeks. I don’t know when it happened, but somehow I’ve found myself on the horse that is great even after a vacation. Weird. Continue reading

Always Learning

In general, I consider myself a pretty good rider. I’ve done a lot of catch riding, and I’ve clocked a lot of hours as a working student and exercise rider at a few big show barns, and as a junior I actually did get paid to train a lot of different green and problem horses/ponies for miscellaneous clients. Continue reading