So I asked myself, when is it good enough? Is there such a thing in this sport? Even if money were no object would I have everything I needed or would I always be trying for something better? I say this is specific to horses because I don't find this to be the case in any other part of my life. Do you have this problem or is it just me?
If you are wondering, no I'm not getting the trailer. He's my mechanic so if I want him to work on things I need to have his blessing. He is wonderful about making sure my truck and trailer are always ready to haul to shows so I try not to push my luck.
A quick update on the horses. I did go home and ride Poppy last evening. She was a bit up and had a nice hump in her back but eventually settled in and was stretching down and relaxed. It was windy and we still had sheets covering all our plants so I was bracing myself for her to be spooky and was actually causing her to be so tense. Although she looked at all the sheets she never spooked and when I relaxed so did she. I need to give her more credit, she is not the mare I started with and has come a long way. One of these days I will do a post on Poppy's story like I did with Tank. Redheaded Step Child
I don't have any horsey pics to share but here is our rescued bloodhound who waited patiently for me to get out of my car when I got home from work.