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Moving Up, what does it take anyway.

As misleading as it may seem, this isn’t a blog on how to decide to move up a level.  Nor is it a blog on what you should or shouldn’t know.  My best advice, be bored silly at the level … Continue reading

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Three Years

The trailer is sitting packed, and all that is left to do, is add water to the buckets, grab the horses, and head down the road.  Well, technically, up the road to Chattahoochee Hills just outside of Atlanta.  This event … Continue reading

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Professional…..

Seems all it takes these days to be a “professional” is a horse out in the back yard.  USEF defines anyone who has ever accepted renumeration for lessons, or I dunno, just about anything, as a professional.  Unless you are … Continue reading

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“Where Do We Start?”

Living in Ocala has some advantages, that you might not think about.  You can keep pretty atop the buzz about eventing.  When nor-easter’s hit, and it’s 39 out to go feed, you keep saying in the jackets not mean for … Continue reading

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My guess, if you are reading this,  you probably have a good idea what it is about.  IF you don’t, enjoy the read, and become more enlightened. Several times a year our governing body in most things horse, the USEF … Continue reading

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Getting out, What you put in.

Ever had to care for a human athlete?  One who ran track and field, and burned more calories in a day, then most do in a week?  What fuel you put in makes a HUGE difference. From the foods they … Continue reading

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Appreciation

You know, really, grow up.  I passed an  old man the other day, living on the street.  His face was wrinkled beyond that of mortal man, his clothes were tattered, dirty.  His  hair hung dirty.  I wonder, what was his … Continue reading

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