Seven great things/strengths in your riding life
2. Above mentioned barn owner and trainers understand showing on the rated circuit on a budget and have been there too.
3. Owning my own barn.
4. Having the drive and passion to learn and excel in this sport.
5. Having a husband that tolerates my horse obsession.
6. Great friends who also ride and are supportive.
7. Having a current show mount that I click well with.
8. Having a nice prospect to bring along.
Seven things you lack or covet for you or your horse
1. An Animo jumper coat.
2. Unlimited show budget.
3. Unlimited clothing budget.
4. Custom lightweight cooler in barn colors for both horses.
5. Custom half chaps.
6. A CWD or Antares stud guard girth for Poppy.
7. An all weather footing ring.
Seven things that make you angry
1. People who get off their hot sweaty horse and tend to themselves instead of their horse.
2. People who own a horse but have no idea what it eats, what its habits are, or how to care for it.
3. People who are breed prejudice.
4. When I make stupid mistakes in the show ring.
5. People who go online and are not truthful about their abilities, achievements, and even the horse they own.
6. When work keeps me from riding.
Seven things you neglect to do or cut corners on
1. Clean my tack after every ride.
2. Organize my trailer tack room.
3. Organize my barn tack/feed room.
4. Polish my tall boots.
5. Get rid of things I don't need.
6. Keeping Hobbs' mane pulled or whiskers trimmed.
7. Cleaning the spider webs in the barn.
Seven most expensive things you own for your horse/riding
1. My Antares saddle.
2. Speed Air helmet.
4. Horse trailer.
6. Custom Vogels.
7. Do the actual horses count??
Seven guilty pleasures of favorite items
1. Owning nice horses.
2. Being able to afford to compete at the rated level.
3. My friendship with K & N.
4. Poppy :)
5. This sport.
6. Occasionally being able to splurge on nice items.
Seven things you love about horses and riding
1. The passion and dedication it takes.
2. The competition.
3. That I get to see my horses when I wake up and before bed.
4. How hard my horses try for me.
5. The comradery amongst my riding friends.
6. Setting goals, working toward them, and excelling beyond them.
7. The sounds and smells that go along with horses.