Equestrian Center



 
 

There was plenty of excitement at the barn this past season of the year 2000. Here are some highlights:

We had a visit from a Thoroughbred named Buck, who had a lay-over before hitting the road with his owner to vacation the winter away in the warm Southern sun.

In eventing news: Amber and Blaise Moss tied for 5th place in the USCTA Regional standings (young rider division). Placement is based on the number of points accumulated from placing in rated events.

Eventing news II: The Pipestave 3-Phase Event series proved successful for Casey Walsh and Diane McElhiney. They each
received a Year-End Champion award for their respective divisions of Beginner Novice and Modified Beginner Novice. Of course, they didn't do it alone. Casey partnered with Sweetie Be Mine and Double Stuff Mac was Diane's riding buddy.

And speaking of riding buddies: Shane found a friend of the 2-legged variety by the name of Milos.
They both are enjoying hitting the trails and even finding new ones around the barn.

And we can't forget to thank our trainer, Traudi, for maintaining the enthusiasm and helping us meet (and exceed) our potential.
Doing all that while having a successful eventing season of her own with Too Shea and Tankie Sez Too.
 

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