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  • Mylo eventing
  • "northstar eventing"

 
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    05-01-2010, 07:35 PM
  #1
Foal
Talking Mylo

So, I have just recently moved to a new barn. I sadly had to leave my horse Dobbin behind but my trainner had an eventing project for me. She has started her own barn called Northstar Eventing, and she trains kids from all ages. She got a school pony named mylo but like evry other horse in the world he has his flaws. He is VERY green uandersaddle but moving along very nicely. She has chosen me to helpl her train him, most of the other kids at the barn that have the ablily to train him are way too big for him. We have been working with him amd Mylo seems to be enjoying the world of eventing. I rode him two times and then my trainer though it would be a good opertunity to take him out to a very small show, just so he can get the expirence while he is young. She hopes that soon he'll be calm and quite so she can have him for little children to start eventing on. We took him to Iron Bridge Farm for his first time out. We wern't expecting much, my trainner was even thinking that most likly we would wind up eliminated. We went thorugh dressage and it was a little tencse and squirmy. After dressage I was in 3rd! Stadium was amazing he is a very hesateint pony for the most part but after two or three jumps there was no stopping him! We went clear in stadium, and then xcouontry was the phase that my trainner expected to be the worst. After the first fence he was gone and having a great time! He is definalty gongo to be an eventer! We are taking him schooling soon and this time we are foucusing on getting xcountry to be a little slower and controlled, this way little children can take him out and have a safe and smothe ride. I will have pictures up soon! =]
     
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    05-02-2010, 11:59 PM
  #2
Foal
Awww how old is he? Like is he s youngster?? Those are always the funnest rides
     
    05-03-2010, 01:13 PM
  #3
Yearling
Green horses are my favorite to work with, just because every little thing that goes right just helps them along by leaps and bounds! I can't wait to see pictures of him! He sounds adorable!
     

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