"Interesting drive...not only is the one in the middle a mare (between 2 stallions) she is much smaller and it would be hard for her to match stides with the bigger boys.
This is also not called a tandem. It is just called 3 abreast. A tandem is 2…"
The winter was rough, but we all made it! Now if only spring would get a little nicer....Roger was a good boy for me at the Royal, as usual :) I've been busy with my other ponies so I havent had too much time to ride him…"
My boyfriend and I have 2 welsh ponies that he drives in Combined Driving Events all over the place, most of them are in the states so we travel all through the summer! We also have 2 young British Riding Ponies which will be trained for combined driving as well. I can't wait to show them!
I'm also working with a cob, Roger, which I have done some dressage shows with him and a few driving shows. He has been awesome for me! What a good boy!
Do you have any pets?
Yellow Lab, Toby, 1 Welsh Pony, Morton's Royal Doulton (14) 1 half welsh pony, Morton's Bentley (8) and 2 British Riding Ponies, Morton's Catillac (1 year) and Morton's Jaguar (2)
Yes, it is the one at Relhok. I think there is another at Orchard Park in May? but more advanced, although Barb (Tri-County Carriage Association) said I should go audit it because the clinician is really good.
I am really excited to learn to drive. I'm sure my Clyde x mare would take to it happily, or I may find something completely different for driving....(someone has an adorable team of Haflinger x Belgians for sale on EMG)
Combined driving looks amazing! Very cool! I'm hoping to event my mare, but I can't imagine doing the combined stuff while driving - wow!