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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

BACK TO SATURDAY....

Hey all my blogger friends!  I am so happy to be back...thanks for all the posts...

This past Saturday I went out to Glen Darach Farm for my lesson with Abbe.  She had been there since Thursday morning and for two days she did not behave herself very well.  When I got there she was running around the pasture as Andrea was putting the horses in their stalls.
A big storm was on the way...and me with a lesson!!!


We started with line driving, went on to poles and then hooked her up to my cart.  She was like a different horse.  More relaxed in the neck and able to maintain a decent jog.  Just when we hooked her to the cart the heavy rains, thunder and lightning arrived.  She was a trooper. Darrin moved the trailer into the indoor to load her when it was time to go home as the lightning was so bad (I know, I described this earlier).  When it stopped, we left for home.
                                             

4 comments:

  1. Look at that Abbe pony go! She does like that job huh!Nice work, and very glad that the activities overhead did not cause too much trouble for you!
    Kacy w/Wa mare~

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  2. Abbe goes like a train! Wonderful! Very nice movements in the hind legs and pelvis!
    What a nice pony.

    :))

    Lori, I don't know if you are "into" blogger awards, but I have thought about your blog in combination with the "honest scrap" award.. it's waiting for you to pick it up at my blog, if you like ;-)

    Greetings from Skåne (Sweden)

    :))

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  3. Abbe is a beautiful horse and what a good girl. Glad you had an uneventful lesson with the weather being uncooperative, that could have been interesting.

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  4. I always hated when I had a riding lesson and it rained and got windy. So loud on a tin roof! At times you can't hear what you're supposed to be doing. Sounds like you and Abbe are back on track?

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