Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Port Orchard Washington State
Oh she is! She saw my mom with the camera and I had to nudge her face to get her to look at the next jump instead of at the camera. She's a great jumper, she's still learning but she loves it. She's easily bored over the smaller jumps and sadly per doctors orders from a previous injury I'm not supposed to bump up past beginner novice this year until I'm completely in the clear. So because she's used to jumping that level on the higher side at home (being the side attached to the standard, not the middle) she clears everything with extra room anyway. She's very graceful and smooth. She gets choppy if I hold her back too much and then she just get's plain lazy so when she feels good I let her go and everything just flows together.
When life gives you lemons....chuck em at whoever is giving them to you!
I don't want lemons! I want cookies!
Last edited by drafts4ever; 05-01-2011 at 06:23 AM.