Some of you on Facebook may have seen these photos already, but for those who haven’t. . . this is what happens when you get tired of twenty-meter circles and serpentines. (Do I whine enough about training level dressage stunts? I am thoroughly over it. OVER IT! Let’s have some fun and not worry so much about where our horses’ noses are, okay?)
First we walk. . . I very carefully examine the ground for, you know, hidden mines or rabbit holes or. . . who knows why I’m looking at the ground. Not important! Because next. . .
. . . We trot! Whoops you have to lift that butt up off the ground, don’t you, kid! Let’s all admire how my eyes are up this time.
Now it is old hat and we are bored. Plus, my wrists are totally broken here. Don’t look.
The canter is nice. Cantering is always nice. But you know what is more fun?
If you were looking for insightful Thoroughbred commentary, I invite you to re-read the rest of the blog. Because sometimes, you just want to have some fun. And so does your Thoroughbred!