Time for a Change

Posted by on Dec 9, 2014 in Competition, In The Stable, News | Comments Off on Time for a Change

It’s hard for me to know if I chose this path or if it chose me. No matter the answer, my response is unchanged: I will march down the path ahead of me because it’s exactly where I have been led. This past year has been an unrecognizable combination of victory, heartache, lose, beginnings, and “yet-to-be understood” lessons. The most impacting part of the year happened on September 13th, the night of a fundraiser to spread awareness of my Olympic plight to people within my community. During set up for the event, I learned about the tragic loss of a friend of mine who died while...

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The Happenings of LBE

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014 in Competition, In The Stable, News | Comments Off on The Happenings of LBE

The past few months have been more than a whirlwind for me and my horses, it’s been a completely wild adventure. Most recently, my three horses have attended Twin Rivers Horse Trials and Woodside International Horse Trials.  The most exciting part of the past few months has been growing a lasting relationship with my newest horse, Castle Larchfield Purdy.  “Purdy” and I competed in the open intermediate and CIC** in the past two shows, finishing in first at both events.  It has been so exciting to invite a syndicate into the mix of competing and knowing my successes are...

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A Summer Of Preparation

Posted by on Jun 7, 2011 in In The Stable | Comments Off on A Summer Of Preparation

I know it has been too long since I last posted.  Life here has been chaotic and finally now becoming relaxing.  After my last show, I was hit with the reality of finals and recovery from finals.  But in the midst of all of this some exciting things did happen.  Ginger had a nice vacation after our last show, which she deserved and suited her well.  I have picked up her training within the last week to a more typical pace, and she sure feels eager, strong, and hungry for our next competition.  Yesterday I jumped her and felt a stronger, more confident horse than ever before.  I think...

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