Thursday, August 24, 2006

How are you doing? Thank you for your continued support and suggestions regarding future blogs. Your responses to the entries are a great source of inspiration and encouragement.
Thought it would be good idea to be in contact after the Monmouth Show and give you an update on the Beacon Hill news. As usual, the show received a positive review with the local folks and newspapers, and the turnout for the Grand Prix was impressive. Overall, the barn did quite well in a variety of divisions. After the show, the veterinarian came to the barn to check all the horses and to recommend treatment for those horses that required it. Tomorrow we will start lessons for the upcoming show, the Hampton Classic.

Talk to you soon!
Maria Schaub

5 Comments:

At Thu Aug 24, 08:05:00 PM, Blogger Margaritaville said...

Is the vet just checking the horses? Do they ever offer any sport help to the riders?

 
At Sat Aug 26, 10:29:00 AM, Anonymous Melissa said...

I was just wondering, what do you think the maximum age for a hunter horse is? I have a 24 y/o Morgan mare named Ebony who I jump 2'4 with. This may depend on the horse but I thought it might be a worthwhile question!

 
At Sun Aug 27, 11:04:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi, i think you are a great rider. i was just wondering if you could write about a jumping lesson you had recently in full detail. tell us what your trainer did, the jumps, the course, how your horse acted and what was going on through your mind. it would be a big help for all of us who want to get into the big showing. thanks!

p.s. i love whimsey! :)

 
At Sun Aug 27, 08:11:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i agree with the person above me!! it would be very intersting to hear about one of your jumping lessons!!

 
At Sat Sep 08, 01:43:00 AM, Blogger Kristen said...

Hey, I think your equtation is amazing! and so i was wondering if you would have any tips/pointers for a fello rider that wants to stregthen their equtation skills.

- Thanks!

 

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