What a wonderful day for a show! The sun was shining, Judge Krys Schrom was in great spirits, and head instructor Kira had planned challenging course designs for everyone. First rider of the day, Sarah Morgan performed at a new level of harmony with her horse-partner, CHA Ricochez. It was a perfect start to the upcoming show season for all of our adult competitors. Lulu Levy won her Introductory Test C division and first time dressage test riders Mia Emy and Cameron Kohls were a force to be reckoned with. The “firsts” continue with little Amelie Bore riding in her first show, dominating the lead-line class. Erin Feiner competed in her first ever jump class, while Tabitha Davidson competed for the first time as a fully-fledged off-the-lead-line rider. The show ended with an exciting obstacle course and games that brought out each horse”™s competitive side. Our oldest competing horse, Lil Miss Bridget, even got into the spirit of the games and put her heart into cantering over that finish line!
We need to recognize all of our volunteers and amazing parents who, without us asking, climbed over the fence to help as “jump crew”. As usual, the highlight of any show is always the potluck. Good food makes everyone smile. All and all The Cricket Hill Farm Spring Show was a successful day and fun, yet challenging experience for all.