March Evaluation & April Goals

March Evaluation:

  • Keep working on those “expressive” lead changes without overdoing it– They keep getting better and better.
  • Add more no-stirrup work to my riding. – Thank you Regional prep.
  • Work those poles! – Honestly, I did NO pole work this month. None. And I have no excuses.
  • Get out of my comfort zone and let go. – I tried…does that count?
  • Qualify for Regional Finals over fences. – I said I had one show and I would get sixth? I had one show and I didn’t even place. *insert thumbs up emoji here* Honestly though, I am not too upset about this. Jumping random horses has never been my specialty so the fact that I got so close to Open Fences is good enough for me.
  • Qualify for Zone Finals. – This one didn’t happen either. I can explain the whole thing or I can just say that I was satisfied with my ride, but not elated. It wasn’t awful, but it wasn’t good enough. BUT, our team did have a ride place first in her class and qualify for Zones so I can live vicariously through her kick-ass riding.

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April Goals:

  • Add more no-stirrup work to my riding. – Because there is never enough.
  • Get out of my comfort zone and let go. – The “grab for my life” thing has come back and the ponies definitely don’t like it. Two steps forward, one step back.
  • Full body clip – Because Ax is currently the hairiest meatball I have ever seen. And the giant heart on his butt needs to go.
  • Pull his mane – I told you he was hairy…

“Don’t wait until you’ve reached your goal to be proud of yourself. Be proud of every step you take toward reaching that goal.” – Unknown.

-TC

6 thoughts on “March Evaluation & April Goals

  1. emma says:

    love that quote at the end! also nice work on your goals – esp with the near miss on the qualifying. getting so close a feat unto itself!

  2. Micaylah says:

    I’m pretty sure most horses are hairy meatballs. Unless they are my freak of nature horse who randomly got fuzzy on his barrel? His neck is sleek and shiny.

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