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I spent most of July in gorgeous Colorado with a wonderful team: six people, six horses and fabulous cutting show help at 10 shows over 17 days. We all had a great time. We had some good results and we learned a lot, too.
Recently I had the awesome opportunity to be a part of the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Museum’s annual event, “Cowgirl U” held at the incredible Paws Up resort in Greenough, Montana. Here I am, trying to stay warm in the rain (huge down parka underneath) as I led a cattle drive. Do you think, “Lookin good,” is too strong? I resemble a dark Pillsbury dough boy with high water pants!
(Click the image to watch the Youtube Video!)
I had so much fun recently at Equine Affaire in Columbus, Ohio. I had the privilege of working with the Equine Affaire team as well as a number of friends on a four-minute act for their nighttime performance, “Fantasia”. It was a “cutting freestyle” which is tough without live cattle. But, no problem. We had cows in costumes!
If you’re like me, you are sooo happy Spring has finally begun to poke her head out of the cold temperatures.
I’m so crazy about Springtime. Everything seems new again, including a brightening of the spirit.
Happy riding. Enjoy
Do you follow your heart?
I hope so. When you do what connects to you … your dreams … your passions … the whims of your heart … then your life is adventuresome and you are true to you.
As you continue on with your 2015 riding adventures, I urge you to follow your heart. Love what you do. Go for it! Express gratitude and caring to those around you, and have a blast.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Boy! The years just keep ticking off! It’s as if the much anticipated New Year’s Eve celebration for 2000 was yesterday!
That’s all the more reason to make this day count. Here’s wishing you fun, adventure and blessings in 2015.
Recently I received a question about how to evaluate a cutting horse that is nonchalant about his job.
How do you know if there are untapped talents within your horse … or if the horse is just not up for cutting?
Of course without asking lots of questions and digging into this particular horse’s history physically, mentally, training wise, etc. … I couldn’t really answer that question in an informed way. However, I can provide some ideas to ponder.
Consider this my personal Christmas card to you. I wish you and yours the warmest of holidays.
May we all spread peace and goodwill and fondly remember the reason for the season … and those we so dearly love who have gone before us.
Many blessings to you and yours,
I love Thanksgiving. It is a time of gratitude and warmth with family and friends.
I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving Day and a time to reflect on the things for which you are truly grateful … we all have so much to be thankful for … even the tough stuff!
I’m an information junkie … at least about the things I’m interested in. (-:
I’m going to a seminar soon. It’s not about horses. It’s actually about doing a better and better job online.
So, I’m excited!!!! I love to learn and it will be great fun to do something so different. I will also be around great minds. That’s always a treat.
A few weeks ago, I was honored to be a presenter at a National Conference for individuals serving veterans with an emphasis on those working with horses. The amazing and innovative staff at the Brave Hearts Therapeutic Riding and Education Center in Poplar Grove, Illinois have initiated this national event for the past two years.