More on my OlympiansPosted Thursday, May 27, 2010, at 1:53 PM
I realize it takes alot to become an Olympian, but I'm calling 'my girls' Olympians....cuz that's what they are to me. They are all winners...and I'm proud of what they do, and go thru. We all go to the measures that we need to be safe, but this blog will show, that
"The agony of defeat gets us all"
It only takes a moment to go from this
To this sequence of events.
These horses are moving pretty quick..... so changes happen in the blink of an eye.
This is one my favorite Moms in the whole world. If you look closely, you can see she is still smiling.
She does what is correct. She gets back on that pony and does it again.
"Cowgirls don't cry"
Then her daughter also re-rides.
We are lucky enough to have among us
what I consider a
"World Class Teacher"
In my opinion, (and of course everyone has an opinion) you can't teach something, that you aren't willing to demonstrate by doing. We have that covered here.
Christine & Otis
This young one took a spill.... this is her back, where she landed on a rail. The pictures above, show her jumping after the crash. No Fear.
This is a young girl that has started with me in the last few weeks. She has won her first ribbons at a horse show. (last Saturday when it was COLD outside) These are her first jumps in an English Saddle.
Opening and shutting the big gate on her own.
See ya next time!
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I am interested in this Community, County, and the beautiful state of Idaho. Most of my photos will be in Idaho, but from time to time, they will be my vacations aay from Idaho. You'll see lots of my Children and Grand children, along with others in my family. Of course there will be horses and horse related things, and things I photo'd horseback.