Posts Tagged ‘the’

3 scary horse stories just in time for Halloween 2018

Here are some ‘scary’ horse stories for you to enjoy, plus many more in the comments! Feel free to add yours! Story #1 My husband and I volunteer at a horse rescue and one early spring day a few years ago were involved in a rescue training exercise that involved a life-size but very lightweight…

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Judging the Road to the Horse

Judging any event is a big job. The success of events falls largely on the shoulders of the judges. The way that a competition is judged results in the winner. Future competitors, and spectators, watch what was rewarded and what was not and then decide if they will support the event. This is true not…

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Wild Card Competitors at The Road to the Horse

A year of working….a short time to show what you have done…an announcement of the winner and then straight into the round pen to compete for $100,000.00! That is what will happen to one of this years ‘Wild Card’ competitors at the Road to the Horse. I had the chance to visit with several of…

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Video: 1988 Bridleless Grand Prix Dressage

After seeing this video from 1988 I had to know more. The video is of Andrew Sałacki, a Polish rider, demonstrating Grand Prix dressage on his mare without a bridle. His ride led to numerous demonstrations around the world for more than three years including performing for the Queen. I translated the following from this website (that I…

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Stacy Westfall is Living My Dream Life

An article popped up unexpectedly on my Facebook page titled, Stacy Westfall is Living My Dream Life, and played a part in inspiring yesterdays blog. It is always strange to read an article that was written about me without my prior knowledge. It is another way to see how other people perceive you as well as what…

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