Another Post About Dealing With TBI Symptoms! If you read my post about me being disappointed about my memory problems, this is another one like that. Not just about memory though. Trying To Make My Brain Sharper Lately, I have been feeling aside from forgetful, like I’m so easily confused. When I’m talking with people … Continue reading Word Searchin’
Christina here, posting about our adventures auditing our first clinic! A few of us from the barn drove up to the beautiful countryside of Whitehall, MD this morning, the drive was beautiful and the weather couldn’t have been better. Alexa Derr is a grand prix dressage rider and trainer from Pennsylvania. She’s also the owner … Continue reading Alexa Derr Clinic at GoldenRay Farm
Why Do We Need To Learn This Skill? Well, the first reason is that you should be able to control your horse’s speed within each gait. You should be able to take longer strides or shorter strides. Depending on the situation you are. Lengthening and shortening is a good skill to learn if you are … Continue reading Exercise For Lengthening And Shortening Canter Strides
Not Quite The Variety As Paradise Farm The variety of animals at the Hyde Farm is not quite as many as at Paradise Farm. It’s still exciting looking at the game camera photos though. We just started with the game cameras down there so these pictures are just the ones we have gotten so far. … Continue reading Hyde Farm Creature Report
Our Property in Buckingham County, VA We have not been down to the property as much as we would have liked. Last weekend, Tycen went down and took down all the game cameras so we can upload all the pictures. Looking at game camera pictures is one of my favorite things to do so I … Continue reading Paradise Farm Creature Report
Ever Since The Accident… After the accident I struggled with a lot of symptoms memory included. I have noticed now that I’m able to do more my memory is way worse. Probably, realistically,it has been like this all along. Earlier in the healing process I had so many other fish to fry that I didn’t … Continue reading Memory, Oh Memory, Where Have You Gone?
Opening Day of Bow Season 2020 We were in the blind at 5:00. Of course it was totally dark, couldn’t see a thing. We succeeded at sneaking in before the deer started moving when the sun comes up. It was a long hour in the dark. I almost always have trouble staying awake until the … Continue reading How Cute Is This?
When and Where The open house was last Sunday, September 6 in Forest Hill Maryland. Topics Covered There were a variety of topics covered. Including round penning and groundwork, young horse/colt starting foundational riding, and body control exercises. Easy To Understand Theory There are a lot of great horse trainers out there that all have … Continue reading Open House At KT’s Natural Performance Horses
Welcome To The Back 40! Rusty is a grade, looking mostly quarter horse like chestnut gelding. Monty, is a roan gelding, also of quarter horse body type. Instant Best Friends Rusty arrived at the farm on Saturday. He had about an hour and a half long trailer ride to get to the farm. He unloaded … Continue reading 2 Week-End Days And 2 New Horses!
I Didn’t Know There Even Was Such A Day! It does make sense though since so many of us have dogs and they are treated as parted of the family. Ziva And Raylan My two dogs are Ziva and Raylan. Ziva is a mutt, most likely a chihuahua mix. Maybe rat terrier mix, your guess … Continue reading It’s National Dog Day!