In 2017, I uploaded more than 100 videos that add up to over 1,500 minutes of content. That’s a lot. Looking back over the past year, its fun to see which videos earned the most attention. Check out my top ten most-watched videos of 2017. Any surprises? Do you have a video that didn’t makeContinue reading “Ten Top Videos from 2017 You May Have Missed”
A recap of my experience at Badminton. In the words of my coach, Karen O’Connor, “experience is what you get the moment after you needed it.” The year is still young. Excited for what lies ahead for Johnny and my other horses.
It brought luck to Johnny and me at Burghley last year. We had to keep up the tradition and make another wish at the Avebury wishing tree before Badminton as well. This time I was joined by my friend and fellow Badminton rookie, Katherine Coleman, Caz Hewer, Rick Wallace, Briggs Surratt, and Timothy Harfield. AfterContinue reading “Badminton Horse Trials 2017: Return to the Wishing Tree”
It’s really to think of Johnny and me, not just as a team, but as the team. After all, it’s our names on the registration list for Badminton, and it’s our names that end up making it into news stories. But the team is bigger than me and Johnny. MUCH bigger. In this vlog, IContinue reading “It Starts! And it takes teamwork”
I this vlog, I talk through my second training session with Practical Joker (aka ‘PJ’), by Retired Racehorse Project Thoroughbred Makeover horse. I also make give an update about my Badminton travel plans and make a couple of pretty big announcements. (P.S. Dod you notice PJ’s ‘tail extension’? I gave him a hay string prostheticContinue reading “Practical Joker”
It’s a new year full of new opportunities! In this vlog, I talk about some of my plans for 2017 including international travel with Simply Priceless (aka Johnny) and the continued development of my talented mustangs, Fledge, Rune, and Hwin.
Final jog and show jumping day at the 2016 Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials. The pressure was on as Johnny and I prepared for what would turn out to be a 14th place finish: top-ranked American rider, and top-ranked ‘Burghley Rookie.’ What’s next? Johnny will get some time off as I focus on my otherContinue reading “Next Stop: Badminton”