There are three main reasons that I think schooling shows are valuable for off the track thoroughbreds, and why I include them as an important part of my training process in preparation for Retired Racehorse Project Thoroughbred Makeovers.
Feeling a little under the weather this week, but wanted to get a video out before heading to the Rocking Horse Stables Winter II Horse Trials, which is a great event, but in a location where cell service is a major challenge. This week, I continued to make great progress doing bareback and bridleless workContinue reading “Building trust and working on transitions”
This week I took my two off the track thoroughbreds, Slate and Sharpie (owned by Michelle Chisholm), to the Georgia International Horse Park for a schooling show hosted by Brookwood Sport Horses. These shows are great for introducing young horses to an atmosphere and gaining experience in the ring. Slate raced 42 times under theContinue reading “Slate and Sharpie go to School”
Riding horses in cold weather means a lot of extra work…and a lot of extra clothes. In this vlog, I hit the trails and help treat a hematoma.
I pick up a talented off the track thoroughbred, owned by Michelle Chisholm. Sharp Decision will spend some time at the farm being a horse this year. I look forward to working with him for the 2018 Thoroughbred Makeover. I use Wisdom Panel to do some genetic testing on my aging dog, Poohie. Can’t waitContinue reading “Sharp Decision”