The Illusion of Choice

I ran into a friend recently who asked: are you riding a lot lately? I had to answer honestly: no. Oddly I felt like I had to clarify the answer to explain, I’ve been spending a fair amount of time with the horses, but no… I’m not riding. I have pressed into a season whereContinue reading “The Illusion of Choice”

The Wild One

Khaleesi was the first horse I started. She was what I’d consider basically feral. She was intentionally bred then born on a massive mountain property and handled minimally spending her first four year running with a large herd. I thought she would be the perfect project for me- a horse without a lot of humanContinue reading “The Wild One”

What do you have going for you?

I spent the past weekend in Colfax, NC at the Piedmont Saddle Club learning as much as I could from Joe Wolter. I enrolled in this clinic in February and had hoped I might take Wyoming but I knew in my heart that she was not adequately prepared for all the pieces and parts thatContinue reading “What do you have going for you?”