I think we all have an image that we perpetuate... especially on social media. If you judged my life solely by my Facebook and Twitter pages, you'd think I was out every night of the week going to high faluting parties wearing crazy bal gowns
I saw something on Facebook today that serious burned me up! Someone had a problem with a woman in Rochester, NY. So what did they do other than taking it up with that woman? They vandalized her horse!
Winston Churchill said it best. The outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man... Truer words have never been spoken.
The picture above is my view as I leave my house each morning, for work, for play, whatever. It never fails to put a smile on my face and yes, I know that I'm incredibly blessed...
Last week, I was fortunate enough to take some time off and meet some of my girlfriends from all over the country at the Rolex 3 Day Event in Lexington, KY to cheer on our mutual friend and coach Julie Norman as she competed for her very first time!
This is simply incredible! As a life long horse person, I know for a fact none of mine would have ever dealt this well with the crowds on Bourbon Street, especially during the madness that is Mardi Gras.
In the stadium jumping portion of three day eventing, you can continue, if you don't have a fall. A fall consists of a rider making contact with the ground. Check out what happened to Rick Wallace of Team Wallace Eventing at the Chattahoochee Hills Horse Trials.
Deep in the heart of Wales, a race has taken place for over 25 years which involves nearly 500 hundred runners and around 50 horse and rider teams. The race is run over 22 miles from Llanwrtyd Wells and over the surrounding hills of mid-Wales...