In exactly 2 weeks I will have an MBA in general management. In exactly 2 weeks, I will leave the town I've called my home for 5 years and relocate to a city I've never lived in and be pushed entirely out of my comfort zone. On top of that, Raven isn't coming with me. … Continue reading Moving Barns
Whenever I have a lesson, it always goes the same. I start by warming up. Raven always feels good, with some room for improvement, but that's what a lesson is for, right? We start warming up over jumps and it's easy to see that we only jump once a week. We're slow to remember everything we … Continue reading It’s Simple.
I don't ride my horse to be perfect at something. I ride because it's who I am. I was 6 years old when I decided that horses must be in my life. I had my mom, my dad, my teachers (basically a lot of people) tell me that I couldn't do it or that I couldn't afford … Continue reading Why I Ride
It's that time of year again. The weather is better, horses can stretch their legs, you aren't in the mud all the time. It's also when your horse's energy is sky high and their ground manners could probably use a good brushing up. I wrote a post similar to this (here's the link), but let's review the basics so … Continue reading Time for some spring cleaning…of bad habits
Oh my, where to start. This sport has so much to talk about! Eventing is not for the faint of heart. While eventing is ridiculously fun, it is also takes a ton of discipline and learning. I miss it, and after you're done reading this post, you'll understand why everyone is addicted to it as … Continue reading Interested in 3-Day Eventing?
I recently graduated from college and....ohmygosh I'm an alum!! So weird to think about, but I'm so happy I now have a bachelors. Even though I will no longer be in college, I still will post tips and college experiences, because well, because college is really damn hard. Since I just finished a huge task, … Continue reading Senior Pictures with Horses: How-To
We've all been there. When your vet mutters the dreadful words that your prime competition horse is lame and needs time off, a little piece of soul dies. Recently, Raven somehow hurt herself and needed a couple of months off. This wasn't our first rodeo, so I came up with a couple tips I've learned … Continue reading Combatting Stall Rest