Jimmy Wofford’s Hell Week

One of the fun aspects of my job is learning about things I didn’t know existed. Hell Week is one of those things.  Hell Week is a clinic designed by Jimmy Wofford to prepare for competition season. The Hell Week I saw was lots of intense lunging exercises, but Jimmy told me if it went […]

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Stu’s New Adventure

Back in November, Stu was living at my farm, enjoying the good life. He got fed, he got water, he slept and ate as much as he wanted. But Stu wanted more. He knew there was something out there he was missing.  So Stu started jumping the fence. Again. The first time, well, I guess […]

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Equestrian Photography

I know I’ve been quiet for a while, but this is only because I’ve been living my best life. Well, almost best life. Best life would mean I’m actually riding, which I am not. But, with my new photography business, I 100% have been living my best life.  I want to go more in depth […]

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Reminiscing…

I’ve been cleaning out my house a lot recently. I’ve discovered the easiest way to keep baby safe, and to have a clean house, is to just get rid of as much as I possibly can. Plus, I really crave a no-clutter look. I didn’t use to be like this, but now I can’t stand […]

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Vintage, the Horse Model

Vintage has been retired so long, I’ve forgotten if I even chronicled her lameness. Basically, it all started many years ago when she jumped out of her stall window. She hurt her fetlock, and long story short, she went to the vet clinic, got a total evaluation, and injections made her sound. Long story short, […]

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All About Pony Man

Since I almost never talk seriously about Pony Man, you’d be forgiven for expecting that he’s just a random pony I picked up on the side of the road. Well, that’s only half true! He’s a random pony I picked up next to a breeder’s farm on the side of the road! But in all […]

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A Real Ride

Finally, I did it. I tacked up Berry, and I just got on and rode.  I put on my stickiest breeches, pulled out the dressage saddle and tacked up. As I lunged Berry again, it came to me that there really wasn’t a way to make her easy. I’ve had her a long time, dealt […]

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