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At 8:13pm on April 19, 2014, Jackie Cochran said…

Hi Geoffrey, how are things?

Happy Easter to you too.

At 5:04pm on November 20, 2013, Jackie Cochran said…

Hi Geoffrey!

Good job with Scratchy.  He's a little puzzled, but since he is a calm stallion he will probably figure it all out quickly, especially with you training him!

Hey, he looks calm enough for me to ride.

At 7:57pm on April 28, 2012, Barbara F. said…

Congratulations, you must be very proud!  What a great day!! I hope you post some pics. :)

At 7:35pm on April 24, 2012, Barbara F. said…

Congratulations! How did it go? I'll bet it's even more difficult than teaching your kid to drive!! :)

At 7:24pm on April 24, 2012, Jackie Cochran said…

Congratulations Geoffrey, how many generations of horsemen in your family?  I'm afraid my family will have just one generation--me.

At 7:23pm on December 25, 2011, Jackie Cochran said…

Merry Christmas to you too Geoffrey.

I got to ride today!!!

At 1:59pm on December 10, 2011, Belinda said…

WOW havent been on here in aaages thought i would see how you are and your children and you horses. i got a new full loan show pony who is going brilliantly! cant wait for show season to start i will be doing affiliated. how is everything ? and merry christmas !:)

At 3:48am on September 9, 2011, Gaia Vincenzi said…

Hi from Italy =)
What a beautiful pictures!

Please visit my horseblog:

www.iconadeironchi.blogspot.com

Stay in touch also on facebook:

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Hope to see you soon,

Gaia

At 9:07am on September 6, 2011, Jackie Cochran said…
Hi Geoffrey, tell Nick that I think he is becoming a good rider.  I like how he keeps his head up.
At 9:43am on June 3, 2011, Jackie Cochran said…
Have fun Geoffrey!
At 7:33pm on May 22, 2011, Jackie Cochran said…
Even better Geoffrey!
At 7:30pm on May 22, 2011, Geoffrey Pannell said…
Thanks guys, I should say though the rounds were jumped by my pupils not me. Still I'm a very happy camper, all bet with itchy feet lol.
At 9:19am on May 22, 2011, Barbara F. said…
Great show results, Geoffrey! Congratulations and well done!! :)
At 9:14am on May 22, 2011, Jackie Cochran said…
Good work Geoffrey!  I know you've worked hard training and conditioning the horses to achieve this.
At 9:10am on May 22, 2011, Holly said…

you look like an amazing rider i wish i could ride like that right now but im working in it heheheh once again you are amazing keep up the good work =D

smily face

At 12:34am on May 8, 2011, Meghan Rainey said…
i do sometimes forget to breath when im loping but im normally loose at the walk and trot but i will try to post some pictures if i can get my instructor to take some... i also have been on 3 different horses for my lessons but im riding a pintabian now which i seem to ride better then the 2 paints i started on...
At 8:52pm on May 5, 2011, Meghan Rainey said…
hey geoffery, just a question for you. i'm riding western now instead of english but im still having trouble relaxing my lower leg and my instructor has me doing heel down toes down while walking is there anything else i can do to help relax my leg? also when i lope i stiffen my upper body. is there anything to do that will help me relax more so i can sit better at the lope? thanks ~Meghan~
At 9:25am on May 3, 2011, Barnmice Media said…
Thanks Geoffrey, have a great week!
At 11:19am on April 22, 2011, deb pawlyshyn said…

Yes we do a lot of plow jockey work and long lineing work as well. Our horses are also broke to a heavy roping saddle with tightened back cinch. Just started doing this about 4 yrs back and am happy with the results of them being able to tolerate different equipment on them.I know what you mean about the babies sometimes becoming a little anxious with the chambon, I like to keep them in a round pen through that phase untill they adjust. We keep them going in the chambon for about 2 months in between they are also doing the plow jockey work around the property.Your training practices sound very similiar to ours.

At 10:29pm on April 21, 2011, deb pawlyshyn said…
oh I use the chambon to work their backs before I ride them so interesting that you do it after you ride them.. Mind you around here no one knows anything about how a chambon works or even what they look like. part of my tools though.

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