Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Eventing Country
• Horses: 0
Thanks MyBeau! I appreciate your kind words :)
horsequeen, I am sorry for your accident as well, but good for you for getting back and on for proceeding forward! It wasn't Tia's fault, but I understand how our fear gets the best of us.
Writer, thanks for reaching out, I do appreciate it. That time off sure does make it much harder doesn't it. I had planned to get back into the swing of things when I moved to the barn I am at now, and I was slowly getting there when the snow came in the Indoor arena over small 2'0" fences and a little bigger, but then Nelson injured his hind right hock and then had a near death colic, so that threw us off for a few months. Then when he was rideable again, it was entirely focused on getting him to gain alot of weight back and reconditioning him. So it was back to alot of dressage, dressage, dressage....then it just got easier to not jump, because I had my excuses.