About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
Great shot! You really captured the feel of that ride! Wow!
Thanks, Tammy, but I cannot take the credit for that one, It was a pro-photo, but is a photo of my best friend doing what she loves to do!
Wow- those are fantastic!I am over at GREY HORSE MATTERS...looking at that girth. I saw your comment/question. Seems to be well thought out and reliable for the horse to relax and work hard for us huh.If you want to use it..just go to "Cashel Co." They have "Western Converters". I have them on my "Soft Saddle". It only had a latigo and Wa hated the cinching up and it made my treeless saddle slip to the side I was cinching.Your horse will thank you!KK
Nice photos. It always amazes me how close the horses can get to the ground during these competitions.
Great action shot!Horses are the true athletes.~Lisa
I love to see horses moving like that. Even a still photo can catch the power and speed. Action shots are so hard unless you have all the right equipment. Mine usually end up in a blur.
Top shot looks like the arena at Elkhorn, huh? Awesome shot!
Yes, lopinion4, it is and that's Heidi Dawson from Dawson's Creek a mile down the road from me.
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