I really love snow.
Early morning view from our deck.
I love early mornings.
Horses are all doing very well. Lance has one tempis figured out and is on his way to understanding passage to piaffe and back again. Fred and William are feeling quite confident with the Prix St George work and working on the Inter One figures this week. Life is very good.
Dr. Herbers will be out today to give everyone a final check up for the trip south. Export papers to be filled out, FEI passports to be checked and insurance papers to be filed…and another job organized and done.
It’s getting close! We’re all working hard and the horses look great. Christmas will be just a small bump in the month this year, I’m sure!
Keeping our eye on the ball and gettin’ ready for California!
This has been a busy week back at home. My desk is piled with papers and I am slowly wading through. The desk top is almost visible! Mack and Grandma have had some fun afternoons but Mack has decided napping is dumb and playing is better (I don’t agree with the concept at any level but I was out voted by a toddler!). Needless to say, there are many projects not completed yet.
The horses are going great. Lindsey has done an amazing job and everyone is on-line and ready for Shannon and California. We have worked out our show schedule for California. 4 CDIs and one National show. We start showing Feb 10 and finish May o1. We’re gearing up for a very busy, hard-working spring show season. Take a deep breath and jump!
Off to push some paper around for the morning…