I’ve been incredibly blessed with my horses, and most of them have come to me in unusual ways. Though they are / were all different breeds and backgrounds, each had something in common: they were overlooked because they were 1) skinny 2) untrained 3) badly trained 4) considered “ugly” (ie muddy, ungroomed, bad feet, badContinue reading “How I Found True Love on Craigslist”
Many years ago, when I was still a youngster in jods, I came across an article in Horse Illustrated or Practical Horseman about a woman who went to Europe as a working student for a well-known dressage trainer (whose name I can’t recall). At that time in my history, I was blithely packing around theContinue reading “Dressage Apologetics — Or the Art of Being Proffy”
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