The final day of the Kentucky Three-Day Event was bittersweet—on one hand, I was sunburnt, sore, and utterly exhausted; on the other, I was sad to leave the excitement and chaos that is horse show life. After a long day of cross-country and a grand prix the day before and a late night with friends at […]Continue reading "The Final Phase | Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event"
Day three of the Kentucky Three-Day Event was by far my favorite—cross-country day! After two long days of dressage, I was ready for some action at the Horse Park.Continue reading "Cross-Country Crazy | Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event"
Eventing has grown on me over the years. Don’t get me wrong, I have no desire to ever compete in the sport (I’ll stick to my tiny, natural-colored sticks), but an appreciation for the bravery and sheer dedication of the horses and riders has developed. Attending the Kentucky Three-Day Event was never something that crossed […]Continue reading "Dressage Days | Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event"
You know those moments when you pause, look around, and realize how lucky you are to be where you are standing? That was me when I found myself leaning against the fence of the dressage arena, camera and media badge in hand, at the Tryon International Equestrian Center as Laura Graves and Verdades passaged their […]Continue reading "Wowed at WEG"
Despite the saying, spring never really sprang up this year—New England flopped back and forth between 40° and 80° for a month or so before finally settling on the warmer end of the spectrum. Even though I am a little upset about the lack of my favorite 70°-and-sunny weather, I made it through with some […]Continue reading "Favorite Things | Spring 2018"