Tuesday, April 5, 2011

What our spring looks like.


9th goat babies are due!  Not sure how that pertains to the blog but I am excited about it none-the-less.

16th Eventing derby at Come Again Farm Entering at Starter level.
17th stay over at CAF and take a lesson with Lee Ann.
29-May1 Ann Forrester saddle fitter coming to CAF.  I may or may not go to this it all depends if I have a promising saddle fit that she could help us with.


6th-7th chicago with daughter to go to American Girl and the Feild Museum horse exhibit for her 8th b-day.
14th Event derby at CAF.  If Steady and I are up to riding in it then it will also include a lesson to follow.  Otherwise I will be volunteering.


3-5 volunteer at Hoosier Horse Park T3D  Dressage scribe and jump judge.
19th Horse Trials at CAF but I don't think we will have funding or time to take part with the approaching vacation.
29-July 5 off to CA for the trip of a lifetime.


11-14 Event Camp at CAF
16 Event Derby at CAF

Along with these things there are a bunch of random things that will be of a spontaneous happening.   These are the on-the-calander type events.  I am excited and apprehensive about the upcoming busyness but I will just take it one ride at a time.
After these few busy months Steady should be in prime fitness.  August, September and October should be our best months.  I have yet to plan out how those months will look.  It is too far into the future and too many things can change by then.  As time goes on I will be able to plan more.  I have a XC schooling armband from HHP and I hope to use that a few times over the season.  But more toward the end of the season than the begining.  We have alot of work to do before we should be galavating across the country side jumping Solo size jumps.


  1. Wow you're going to be busy but it sounds like so much fun! I'm looking forward to reading along on your adventures. :)

  2. Don't forget helping to recruit folks for the Kate Wooten saddle fitting at Come Again Farm the week of July 11 - 14!


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