Start with your goals for your horses and work backwards, remembering that, although winning is nice, the early part of your season is about training and conditioning. The schedule you make at the start of the year is important as a plan A, but plan to be flexible and have back up plans in place…because horses. Always remember that your number one goal is not to win (although that’s nice), but to succeed, and to succeed means always doing what’s right for your horse.
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3 thoughts on “Creating a show schedule for my horses”
Interesting subject. If you have 3-5 horses at an event how many students, team members do you take with you? You always seem very organized.
How many working students do you have at your farm?
Sorry. That was me on Donny’s acct. can you dm your #. I have a couple of days in Feb I’d like to text you. Hopefully we can figure something out. 904-679-2214 Susan
Do you post your show schedule on the patreon’s site? It would be great to attend some shows.