My Horse and Wolf Run
I spend most of my life riding horses. Well, mostly just my horse. I own a horse named Sis; her show name is Bri Artic Challenge. We compete at the Training level and hopefully the Prelim division by the end of the year.
Sis is a 13 year old 15'3" bay thoroughbred. She is extremely cute and very well tempered. No matter what Victoria says, she does not like cross ties and likes to be free in the isles.
We are hopefully heading to Belvoir at the end of this month. Belvoir is a three-day training event which i have trying to qualify for since the beginning of the year.
I ride out of a barn called Wolf Run. Which, might i add is the best barn in the ENTIRE world. They are currently adding another 12 stalls all for me. No, im' kidding, it's for all those boarders who are lining up at the end of the driveway to get in.
I have a super amazing coach named Sandra. She has taught me more this year then I have learned in the last 6 years of having my horse. Without her I don't think that I'd be where I am right now.
Our barn's filled with amazing riders, infact some of the top event riders in the world. Yes, we have Victoria, Mara, Rachel, and Bailey! People come from all over the world just to get lessons from us. Infact...even some of "lesser good" riders like Linda beg us for lessons!
Bri Arctic Challenge
This is my horse and I. This is the corner jump at Will'O'Wind in July. My toung is not infact hanging out, it's a bird in the sky. As you can tell, our eventing colors are Black and Blue.
This is our final fence on the Equus 3D horse trials. Sis seemed to get into a gallop mode and took of a few strides early.....I apparently look a ilttle worried...it was alright though.
Might look easy.....
This is the first part of the coffin jump. Lets just say it didn't go well. That jump came up a little early, and well.....the ditch didn't happen....second time's a charm.