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“Comparison is the thief of joy” Teddy Roosevelt So, it’s strange. As a rider, especially as a rider with a disability, I work hard to not compare myself, my progress, what I’m working on to others. But, making the barn switch has exposed me to more. More people. More horses. More higher level riders. More … Continue reading Motivation, comparison and all that fun stuff
So, it happened again. Moebius syndrome ended up on television! Actually it did not end up on television, a really bad imitation of it did. It puzzles me that writers and medical advisors will go out of their way to “discover” these wonky diseases, then do a terrible job at them. See her eyes? They … Continue reading Season Finale Worthy
The sitting trot is not a passive action. You can’t sink into it, you push into it – that rhythm, than down action – it’s percussive, it’s powerful. And weirdly enough, it’s now doable. But first. Piggles and I had a kind of embarrassing failure of a last outing in June, he planted his feet … Continue reading You need to bounce to sit
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