Hello my friends!
I've been busy and so have not been able to post as often as I'd like. Fighting bad guys and stuff like that. So I figured I'd make up for it and give you guys the first look at my latest creation (muahahaha). It's another animated short movie, set in the make believe news broadcast world covering the World Equestrian Games.
I hope you enjoy it as much, or more, than a previous one shown on my blog called…Continue
Well, after a mammoth 8 hour drive in the new truck we arrived safely and everyone travelled well. Wentworth is in the western district of New South Wales, so a fair way from Inman Valley. My wife ,Kate, has a family connection with the area and she was the first Miss Wentworth showgirl. As this was the 20th anniversary of that milestone in her life we felt duty bound to return for the show ( plus the mother in law said we had to!). I took two Showjumpers and the kids took a pony each , plus…Continue
You may have noticed by now that I always use my second blog opportunity of the month…
Week of August 30th Through September 5th
August 31st, 1955 - Thoroughbred racehorse Swaps faced Nashua in a match race. The race was held at Washington Park. The race was held before a crowd of 35,262 racing fans. Swaps, suffering from a
sore foot, lost to Nashua
by six and a half lengths. Nashua
would go on to be nominated as the 1955 Horse of the…
Added by Paige Cerulli on August 30, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments
I got to ride Mia twice this week, but, since Debbie wrenched her back badly, I didn't get a riding lesson. So I worked on things in my position that Debbie had been getting after me about, mostly making sure that my lower leg did not go too far back. Debbie DOES NOT like seeing the whole girth when I am riding, she wants my lower leg right at the girth. Of course…Continue
Added by Jackie Cochran on August 29, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments
Join Up – get your horse to catch you!
Have you ever gone into the paddock to catch your horse and your horse keeps running away from you?
Do you ever head to the paddock…Continue
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Please Like Me! The Power of Non-Demanding Time
Develop the Partnership you have always dreamed for!
You can force horses to do many things, but forcing a horse to like and trust you is impossible. A horse…Continue
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Week of August 23rd Through August 29th
August 22nd, 1974 - Famous Thoroughbred racehorse Ruffian won the Spinaway Stakes at Saratoga Racecourse. It is said that when a reporter asked Ruffian’s groom, Minnor
Massey, by what margin she would win the Spinaway Stakes, Massey replied that
Added by Paige Cerulli on August 23, 2010 at 6:00am — No Comments
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If you’re the 1st to write in to BarnMice about the horsewoman who’s most inspired you…Continue
Added by Karma Kitaj on August 22, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Last Sunday's ride on Cider did not go very well. I have been trying the Wellep Lever Cheek snaffle on her, seeing if I could use the bit while my hands deteriorated in the heat. At first everything went well, I used the bit through two stretches of 18 days of highs over 90 F and on Sunday we were into the third extended stretch of heat and high humidity. Two weeks ago I noticed that Cider was not reacting as well to the bit. On Sunday she lost all patience with me. All of a…Continue
Added by Jackie Cochran on August 22, 2010 at 10:41am — No Comments