Monthly Archives: May 2012

Kathy Kusner clinic

Meant to post this last week but had Equiery stuff to do and then spent most of my 3-day weekend in bed with a crazy cold. I’ve met Kathy Kusner a few times through the Black-eyed Susan and The Equiery. … Continue reading

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Words can’t express…

This is one of those horrifying things we all think about and then put out of our mind.  I’ve had the pleasure of watching both these horses compete many times. Icarus has been the subject of many of my “artsy” … Continue reading

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Preakness Adventure + Maroon 5 pics!

So today’s Preakness adventure began with an early morning text from one of The Equiery photographers (who will remain nameless as it was early for a Saturday) asking if I was at Pimlico yet. I was still in bed. After … Continue reading

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Photos from Black-Eyed Susan

So when I go to these sort of events, with multiple cameras in hand, I tend to see things in two ways. One, the journalistic way in which I’m just trying to get the most information into one shot to … Continue reading

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Just a quick note…

Been so busy! Last weekend Jack clicked into gear at the Carrollton Hunter Pace. He just felt so awesome and was so confident. We jumped most of the high course but skipped a few fences here and there as my … Continue reading

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Weekend Recap: Demons Slain

Ok, that statement may be a bit melodramatic but it was a really great weekend in terms of conquering stupid fears and just enjoying eventing. Thank you to Clay for snapping these photos of Jack and I and the rest … Continue reading

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My event horse is back!

Ok, maybe I shouldn’t get ahead of my self but… took Jack to a show jump lesson with Stephen Bradley last night and things went really really well. Backing up a second, two things should be pointed out: one – … Continue reading

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