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My Journey to Road to the Horse 2012
Practicing with an untouched 5-year-old
Sometimes things in life can come out of nowhere. Last April, I had one of those moments. Walking in from teaching a clinic near Edmonton, Alberta, my wife Angie informed me that Tootie Bland had called and I was to call her back. I knew exactly who she was and didn’t hesitate to pick up the phone.
My Journey to Road to the Horse 2012 - Day 2
The next day was another big day, where we needed to get riding and see how much preparation we could do for the obstacle course section of the competition in the same amount of time as the previous day.
My Journey to Road to the Horse 2012 - Day 3
Now we’re onto the obstacle course. When practicing I followed the same timeline as in the real event, so the colt had a rest overnight. This overnight rest before the obstacle competition makes the event quite different from others because the horses get a full day’s rest before going into the obstacle course.