Once again the weather smiled on us for the Egg Hunt!
After collecting the goodies, contestants filled a plastic egg with sand and lined up for the races.
Then came jumping – it was Show Jumping, not Hunters – speed and faults!
It was a packed house tonight at an unmounted Centered Riding clinic held in Cricket Hill’s Great Room. Thirteen riders – some on their annual return, others for the first time – came for the start of their Spring Tune-up! Jami introduced the group to the four basic principles of Centered Riding. Everyone celebrated each person’s “aha” moment!
Dressage, Jumping, Horsemanship, Leadline – all the basics, but all in costume! A dry run for trick or treating and lots of fun at our fall show!
Five of our six Horsemanship students who competed at the FFA fair earlier this month were back to show their new skills. Bravo to the moms and grandmoms and their extraordinary costumes!
While this marked our 18th trip to this wonderful show – we’ve been there since the beginning – it was the first time we went as the Cricket Hill Correctional and Training Facility!
The four hardened criminals were locked up ….. most of the time.
Let out only to ride into the sunset!
Everybody moved up a level and got a ribbon in their new division! Bravo, and thanks Kira & Jami!