One of the things about loving one of God’s finest creations is losing em . I had to put Cassy down yesterday . I was blessed to have this sweet mare and she and my old show mare Abigail were the best of friends . Thank you Randa Childers for letting me have your sweet girl
Inevitably, all things come to an end. I learnt this when my USA adventures were winding down to the last few days.
I was in a valley somewhere in South Dakotas Black Hills and everyday I stopped and just looked around. How absolutely crazy it was that I was there and realizing it was soon going to be over and I would never have that moment again.
Don't miss looking around at the beautiful things you have when you have them. When we see things everyday we begin to be unaware of the good surrounding us.
Life can be beautiful, don't miss out on stopping, taking a deep breath in and absorbing where you are right now, because in time it will pass.
Life full of gratitude will prove to you how much more you thought you had, there's always something to be grateful for if we pay attention to them. #wecanhustle
✨What I need to fix with Chrome -
Chrome needs to have a lower headset, definitely. He needs to put on a bit more weight and muscle and working him with his head straight up in the air isn’t going to fix that. We also need to work on speed, he needs to slow down and focus more on where I’m asking him to go. It all just takes time. None of us are perfect, and all of us have things to fix or things we could do better. The way I’m riding in this picture needs some work, but all just takes time. No one can go get horse, saddle it up, and ride it perfectly their first time. And other people need to realize that too, not just you. Other people need to realize that when someone posts on Instagram, no, the picture isn’t going to be of someone at their best moment. No one is perfect, end of discussion.
Q: No question, enjoy the rest of your day!
@blueskypolos (mention “Chrome” at checkout!)
Hey, it’s me 👋🏻 just dropping in with a few pictures of me & my old lady, Gracie, to say ’thanks’! My business (and me as a person) has evolved a lot over the last few years and I’m so thankful for everyone who’s supported me in the past & present. I’m forever working towards being the best me possible & running my business in the best way possible. Huge shoutout to @baylie_l_b for being a great friend & for taking these photos!!
Today’s adventure with friends ✨🌵 Storm has become rude when we come home on trail rides. So every time he is rude when we head home I now turn around and head farther out. I will keep doing this until he finally is calm about coming home. This is a new things for him but I want it to stop asap because it ruins the ride. -
-How are your horses on the trail?!
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only 4 days left until my boy is coming home❤️ Chippy had a relative high activity level during the last 8 months which I sadly can‘t keep up for him ( He spent all night in the pasture, 1hour of horsewalker daily as well as 2x training before the Europeans)
Luckily I still have 4 weeks of holidays left so my plan is to lunge him every morning and ride in the evening trying to slowly reduce this so he doesn‘t have an extreme change from one day to the next.
We are also planning to let him live together with another horse from the barn. I really hope that these two will get along well together🍀
Hey Leute ❣️
Ich war vorgestern beim Finn und bin ihn geritten. Er war mega gut😍Am Ende hab ich mich dann noch kurz ohne Sattel draufgesetzt und er war total brav😍🤗
Ich habe bis Freitag Nachhilfe und komme wahrscheinlich nicht oft zum Finn 😕Aber nach den Ferien werde ich dafür wieder öfter kommen!
#q wie lange habt ihr euer pferd/RB schon?
#a seit Mitte April 😍
VOICEOVER TIME!! I think I get the most requests for voiceovers so I will start trying to do more and making them as authentic as possible. This is a three-year-old mare I have been working with for a couple weeks and we are preparing her to start being saddled. I make many mistakes so you will also be able to see what not to do! 😂😂 Give me your thoughts and comment what other things you would like voiceovers of. I’m still learning too so no trolling! 😂😍
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19 août 2019 :
Ceci est un saut ⬆️
On est allés voir Hélios avec ma soeur. Lui a fait un pansage et je lui ai mis de l’huile de coco dans les crins en lui faisant des nattes pour renforcer ses crins et les aider à repousser. Ensuite ça a été le moment de lui donner sa ration sauf que Monsieur n’a pas voulu rester à sa place et s’est de nouveau levé. Je l’ai chassé et je lui ai mis la longe pour le faire expulser son jus dans pré. Monsieur Hélios n’était pas content mais il n’a pas tenté de taper et s’est lever qu’une fois où j’ai avancé vers lui car il était à plus d’un mètre de moi et ça l’a calmé. Après qu’il soit défoulé je l’ai rerentrer dans le sas et ai fait du bruit avec la ration et comme par magie Monsieur tenait sa place sans bouger. Il a eu sa ration et ensuite on a fait du travail a pied particulièrement sur les transitions qu’Hélios a très bien pris, il anticipait même mes demandes. Je l’ai laissé sur quelque chose de positif assez rapidement et on allait partir quand Hélios a tenté de sauter la barrière du sas mais il ne s’y est pas pris comme la dernière fois (14 mars 2019) car il a bloqué les deux antérieurs entre les barres et je l’ai aidé à se dégager, heureusement il est resté calme.
Si vous avez des idées pour que ça lui passe je suis preneuse car il va finir par se faire vraiment mal (surtout qu’il saute de l’arrêt !)
#quarterhorse de 27 mois