Schoolies are great for an easy mindless romp, but they're often not very tuned up or are very set in their own lesson horse ways. Plus I don't necessarily feel great about taking a pony who works hard for his oats and making it work that much harder...
|husky alert!!! what i only briefly noted about the stephen birchall clinic was that it actually served as a bit of a blogger meet up!!|
|maybe the only actual group shot of the day haha - that would be Liz and Griffin!! and then Nicole and Austen watching and taking pictures!!!|
|these two were so fun to watch!! can't wait to read Liz's post about it!|
|lyra is skeptical of kenai haha|
|kenai and sonka got along just fine tho!|
|fat cat at austen's barn!!|
Small wins for sure, but that's basically all I'm working with right now. And we'll take redemption where we can find it, right?
Have you ever had to get back on a horse after some problems, when you weren't sure you could fix it? Or is that a situation where you're more likely to say 'thanks but no thanks'? Or is it shit like this that makes you happy to stick to just your well known and familiar equine partners?