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Monday, January 23, 2012

Cross country schooling fun!

Trev loves cross country!


Full steam ahead here in Aiken with the Aiken Horse Sale, first cross country school and a visit back to MD to teach all in the past week! I always find the first cross country schooling session in a while a bit intimidating, not sure why but perhaps it has something to with all the horses VERY happy to be galloping around and VERY happy not to be left in cold MD! Combined with Liberty's eclectic mix of being incredibly brave at jumping anything and being incredibly afraid of pretty well everything else, it's no wonder I put it off a day or two! All jokes aside we headed over to Full Gallop Farm with Trevor, Cole, Liberty, Maverick (Jenny), Raleigh and Chloe's own Mystica. It was Trevor's first time cross country and, as with any 3yo horse that's had only six weeks work, I wasn't sure what to expect. He was super! One would think he was an experienced campaigner! He jumped each ditch without hesitation, trotted straight into the water without a lead and negotiated the down bank in fine style! This guy is a born eventer!



I also attended the Aiken Horse Sale with two of my training level horses. I loved the concept of the sale, not an auction but a great way to show off your horses to a group of buyers all in one place. Both of my horses are top class and they'll be trailed tomorrow. We actually have a great group of sales horses at the moment to keep us busy.



I look forward to starting the eventing season next week and can't wait to see where our winter training has left us!





2 comments:

amy said...

Wow Trevor does look like a natural eventer! Good luck next weekend!

marg said...

Certainly looks as though Trev loves it! How's the weaning onto transport progressing?
Have a great comp on the weekend!!
(Australia Day coming up! Hope you've got your vegemite sandwiches, snags and lamingtons at the ready.)

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