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Lauren Sammis

A Bit of Sightseeing

by Lauren Sammis
We have been to a show, I've seen the Prince, seen the Cathedral, been to the Coronation Cup.....and been to Harrods! It's been a busy week. I took Whitman to a small show close by and rode through the......Read More

Remember To Smile

I'm Humming a Beatles Tune

by Pam Stone
As you read this, I've trotted Forrest four times under saddle so far, and yes, he does improve with each ride. The longeing broncs are still there and I'm highly suspicious that they stem from an area that palpates sore exclusively ...Read More

Adrienne Lyle

Aachen: “The greatest show on earth”

by Adrienne Lyle
All my life I have heard the hype about Aachen, "the greatest show on earth." I had never been in person before this month, but I've watched hours of Aachen videos streaming......Read More

Remember To Smile

Time to Trot

by Pam Stone
"Annnd, to T-rot." Better yet, to an uneventful, quiet, and obedient trot! After a week of simply walking straight lines and diagonals and the occasional circle, Forrest and I chose a late......Read More

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