Monthly Archives: July 2019

Memory Lane Part 3 – Mark Rashid clinic 2001

Mark Rashid – TN May 27, 2001 Day 4 – Rode Pico today in the lesson because I felt that Romeo was tired. He would have done nicely, but I think his feet are a bit sore. We need back … Continue reading

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Memory Lane Part 2 – Mark Rashid clinic 2001

May 25, 2001 Day 2 – Mark Rashid Clinic Rained hard all night and on Ky’s ride.  It had stopped by the time I rode.  Since it was so sloppy we did not do any canter work. I asked to … Continue reading

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Memory Lane – Mark Rashid 2001! Part 1

Notes from the book I used to keep in my trailer.  It unfortunately got wet and several pages were lost to the ink bleeding.    Probably was earlier clinic notes from Mark Rashid. Mark Rashid Clinic Rogersville, TN at Mendin’ Fences … Continue reading

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Sailor- What??! Two days in a row?

Nope. At least that was Sailor’s opinion about 5 minutes into our lunging start. We all know you ride the horse you have today, today I was hand walked around the arena once each direction. I didn’t get to Sailor … Continue reading

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Fatty Lumpkin, Becoming a Riding Pony

Sailor,  aka Fatty Lumpkin, as all my horses end up with many nicknames has been on the slow path to learning to be a proper riding horse.  He is just 3, and finally seems ready for more regular work,  physically … Continue reading

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Brave horse – Spooky rider

This week has been a good week for riding.  I took Wednesday-Friday off from work, which I needed, so I was able to get 2 field trips in for Legacy!  Thursday, I had a jumping lesson with a new-to-me trainer, … Continue reading

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