I started riding in 1969, and have owned my own horse(s) since I was 12 years old. I graduated from the Equine Studies course at Humber and have been running my own teaching/boarding facility for over 25 years. I am also involved with the Canadian Pony Club as an examiner.
I have shown, dressage, eventing, hunter and sidesaddle.
Sorry i haven't got back to you! I'm not sure how to use barnmice yet and I'm just getting used to it! :) But cal and I are doing great. I rode him bareback for the first time in a while this winter, since we don't have an indoor arena were I keep him. This summer we will be doing the 2'3 hunter\ jumper division! He has been a great helper with the beginner lesson that i help my trainer with and he is being spoiled! I got cal for my 11th birthday ( Best Year ever) I've owned him for a year and a few months. Thanks !
And alright thanks, I would like to come for a ride!
We got a pony harness really really cheap, and I cleaned it all up, but I do not remember where all the peices go! So I can't even tell if all the parts are there hahah. Do you think you could come over some day this week, and take a look at it? :) Text me if you can, and let me know what day.. (don't know if you stilll have my number, but its 246-2735)
Hahah, I will!
Andd, we did get a trailer! Bought it sometime around the end of the summer. I'm done showing Diamond, because Im too big to ride her, other than at home. But Im taking Zeke in some next summer!
Okay, thanks :)
Yep, she asked me, but my parents aren't sure, I'd like to though!
Aha, but I'd have to take a couple lessons first, because its been so long since i've taken a lesson that focuses on my riding position, so I think I may have my "training" position going on.
Thats a great idea-I would love to :)
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