|Mojito says, 'he likes clean tack'|
Yesterday was super fun, I did some homework in the morning and then headed out to ride 4 client horses and then Mojito. I promised Bridger I would actually leg him up this weekend. The first two of the day were Saddlebreds with the world's nicest owners. While they are not high on my list of favorite breeds, they do pretty well with low key rides, and hitting the canal bank and fields for hacks. Putting a lot of pressure (or cantering) seems to get them frazzled, but their owners just want them to be solid riding horses for beginners so I don't really have to put on any pressure.
|Holding horses for the farrier last winter|
Then I went and rode Gus, he is a super star. I believe he is 16 and off the track, and he has this I've been there done that attitude with a little of the TB hypers thrown in. I am getting him legged back up over the next two weeks for his owner and then will be riding him once a week to help her keep him going. Gus is an equitation horse and has all the fancy tack. Want. So. Bad. Who am I kidding, I also have fancy tack. First world problems.
|I'm diggin' bridles with nameplates|
|I'm rockin' a flowered shirt here|
|He he he|
|Pat cat wants this jump set up!|
|Just imagine what this trot will be!|
|Trainer Pat cat is bored|
|Looks like a mountain horse here|
|Mojito practices his dramatic poses|
|Love him so much, even with his 'tude.|