Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ma Nom A Nom

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Great Weather & Great Hunter Pace!

After days of rain, we have been seriously lucky to have had a few days of not only sun, but temps in the low 60s! I actually skipped foxhunting on Thanksgiving this year, as the footing was going to be … Continue reading

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Chickens vs. Horses

Let me tell you a story about the chickens who thought they could take on the horses. It starts on an early warm and foggy November morning when a band of chickens led by not one, but TWO roosters decided … Continue reading

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Wildife at Hobbson’s

Right. So I know that living out in the country means you tend to see a bit more of nature. And I love it. I really do. But… it seems that since living at Checkmate and keeping my horses at … Continue reading

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Last Event of the Year

Last weekend I coached at my last event of the season, Loch Moy schooling horse trials on November 13. Kind of sad but at the same time it is nice to get a break and now I can spend my … Continue reading

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Foxhunter in the making!

Last Saturday I rode Nancy Seybold’s 9-year-old Oldenburg/TB/Belgium gelding (a mere 17h) Rafferty at Howard County-Iron Bridge Hounds’ opening hunt. It was actually my first opening hunt with HCIBH! I’m always coaching or competing at Rubicon that weekend. It was … Continue reading

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