Week 2 of pretty driving.
Hay is fed at this end of the pasture in the morning, making it easier to catch and halter. Show up too late, and there will be a much longer hike past this area and over some rolling hills. Here is Carinosa. Of course she walked off as soon as I got in.
Valiosa is in another pasture, 30 acres on a huge hill. Great for her thin hind, since at Blue Horse farm we’re completely flat.
She didn’t get the memo that this was week 2, and to be calm and collected about the barn and the work in the indoor arena. She’d been very scared and unfocused yesterday. Mostly because the barn was being pressure washed. Very loudly…
Dressage clinic coming up this weekend with Rachel Saavedra. So, more pressure washing today. Luckily after her work.
Here she is, off the lunge line with Alexis at the walk. They did a few circles at the trot each direction too. The mirrored area is still scary.
Leaving you with Alexis’ ultra cute baby goats at 1 week old. Long soft ears on tiny heads.