Whew! I made it home. There's no place like home, there's no place like home, there's no place like home... Sorry, just really happy to be home.. Over all, I think the GJA and I did really well. We placed in almost all classes, after they ran out of tall, floaty T.B.'s. But, the GJA was a saint in his walk trot classes and his lead departures in the green class were pretty darn good. I have done all I can for him since this is NOT my discipline and, after the show he didn't come home with me. I sent him home with a trainer that does an awesome job with HUS. I will be going for lessons and hope to show next year HUS and in equitation classes as well. I feel good that he is no longer a bronc, but an honest citizen in the horse show world. Now, I am looking forward to having lessons and being a part of a really cool and talented group. And now Penny Pinscher and I are just whooped. Getting up at 4:30 a.m. every morning to go to the show grounds to feed was tough. So now,I am going to combine a nap with going to bed early. Gonna splurge and sleep in until 7:00 a.m.!
I am a middle age married gal living out my dreams. If it poops, I'm your gal to clean it up! Needs mowing, say no more! Love my husband, my horses, dogs, cats and pond fish, all in that order. Oops! That was before Penny! Hmmm.