Last Sunday, New Year’s Day, was the holiday gathering of the stable women, as in horse stable women, not necessarily sensible stable women.
With six women riding in an indoor arena, there was no putting Luke into automatic pilot and taking photos. After all, we were doing quadrilles. And it was no easier coordinating a photo of horses and riders in the barn. This was the best I could do.
My hopes for 2012 include getting over my solo trailering phobia (for the second time) and spending more time trail riding this spring, summer, and fall. Fingers-crossed that the weather is more cooperative this year. But letting weather stop me is another cop out.
So no fear and no excuses. After that, I have to decide whether I’m going to keep the trailer or sell it to have money for other things. How I do this year will help me make that decision.
Looks like a great group, both the horse and their women. 🙂
Wonderful horse pics! And the women too…
What a wonderful group of ‘stable’ women ya captured there.
Now, I’ve gotta ask…is that Luke stickin’ his tongue out at the camera??? What a clown! :o)
I do hope ya can ride more, I know how much you love it.
God bless ya sweetie and enjoy the day!!!
What a fun get together! And Luke is such a handsome and sweet boy-I love him 🙂 so glad you are getting to ride and be around good friends-a wonderful way to begin the year!
What fun!! I’d so love to have the opportunity to ride again. It’s been years. Lucky you!!!
I am always nervous when trailering solo. So far so good. I think just doing it more helps. If only all of the crazy drivers out there would realize that I can’t stop on a dime. Love the pictures! The one with Luke sticking out his tongue cracks me up. Eco does that every time I get someone to take a picture of us. Either that or he closes his eyes. Ha.