Ax is your stereotypical Warmblood gelding—big and dopey. While I often joke that not much goes on in his little brain inside his tiny head, I imagine his thoughts are entirely about food, being lazy, and being distracted by shiny objects. I love him, but he isn’t exactly the sharpest crayon in the box.
Welcome to Ax’s inner monologue.
Continue reading “The Inner Monologue of Ax”
To say that I am easy to teach would be a lie. I always like a second opinion on my horse, but I have also been incredibly picky about who that opinion comes from and I have been this way ever since I was just learning how to ride. I remember being around ten and having to take a lesson from another instructor because mine was on vacation and riding past my mom in the viewing room just to roll my eyes or make a face. So when I like an instructor you know it is the real deal. Continue reading “Adjustability and Softness: Dee Dee Hopper Clinic”
Another two week grouping due to the cold weather. Continue reading “Riding Recap: 2/22 – 3/7”
The second week of this month was atrociously cold, so I only ended up riding twice last week. I decided to combine these past two weeks into one since It was kind of pointless to make a whole post on two twenty-minute rides. Continue reading “Riding Recap: 2/8 – 2/21”