This may be old news to some locals, but I had taken my English saddle to a tack shop and it stayed there for well, the better part of 8 months. I had been back a few times to lower the price as…Continue
Tags: saddle, english, shop, tack, consignment
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jackie Cochran Jan 19, 2013.
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Meet the Ruby in My Crown
As a trainer, I have to consider my mare Side FX to be my crowning glory, and what would be a better statement of a trainer’s talent than to bring up their own horse to be…Continue
Posted on October 30, 2015 at 6:30am
Just posted the first part of my new blog series. The trials and trip ups of a trainer with the best intentions.
Posted on October 7, 2015 at 6:26am
Ride Like You've Never Been Thrown
I have named this final segment ‘True Grit’ as I believe that this woman is the epitome of the term. She is strong minded and even stronger willed. She was competing at Congress before…Continue
Posted on February 19, 2015 at 6:30am
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Ride Like You’ve Never Been Thrown
A Diamond Dozen
When I started writing this series of articles to assist those who have…Continue
Posted on January 25, 2015 at 7:00pm
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Our war season is about to start, I hope you are able to come out to one of the events the 9th Cav. are at. If you do make sure to say hi, I am usually pretty easy to spot!
What a good story!
It is nice to see you back Cheryl. I hope everything horsey is going well for you!
Thank you for friending me Cheryl!
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Thank you for your friend request.
I'm in Camden East, near Kingston.
I ride a retrained Standardbred gelding, called Zuckie.
We just ride for pleasure but he's a great horse and does everything I might want - jumps, canters from a walk, loves a good gallop, and is incredibly responsive to the aids, including voice. It may be my imagination or anthropomorphizing, but he understands a lot more than simple commands - things like "Let's turn around here."
I love him a lot and consider myself very lucky to have him in my life.