Urban trail riding is a bit different than my usual trail riding but it was fun!
Maybe it’s just me but I think everything looks better from the back of a horse.
Thanks to the Chino Hills Horseman’s Association for bringing me to California for your event.
Thanks to Rancho de Felicidad for hosting me.
Thanks to my friend Suzi for letting Lia (the Haflinger) take me on a tour of your town. Oh, yeah…I taught your horse how to eat donuts. You’re welcome!
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