The 100 Day Challenge… Show Time

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It’s hard to believe… it’s over.  The 100 Day Challenge has come and gone and so has Summer Snow…

Here are Devin’s parting thoughts from her post on Blue Rider Farm’s Facebook page:

The Trainer Challenge is complete, and Rainier and I got third place. After an hour trying to jump the wrong battery (did you know diesel trucks have two batteries?) we hit the road and got there in time! A gorgeous day, five wonderful challenge horses and trainers, and five very different performances made everyone a winner in my eyes. A huge thank you to Kristin Brenner who came on this epic adventure and who I couldn’t have survived without (literally, I would not have eaten or drank a thing). Our showcase had a little excitement on my around the world, as Rainier wasn’t a statue like he’s always been at home, but otherwise jumped well, got his changes, and showed off some fancy lateral work for the audience. Rainier is headed back to Yakima with his owners, and will remain for sale there. He will make someone a lovely dressage or low level jumper, and I have no doubt will win them over like he did everyone he met at Blue Rider Farm.

And here is video from the event…

And here’s an article that Chesna put together for EN about the challenge.

Summer Snow, it’s been a pleasure knowing you!

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About Alise Lamoreaux

As a teacher, photographer, digital storyteller, and writer I explore the images of my worlds and create blogs for each separate aspect of my life. My professional life includes blogs related to digital story telling with adult learners and integration of technology in the classroom. My personal blogs deal with the horses in my life: The story of Picasso Moon focuses on the future as it unfolds for a 3 year old horse moving forward from a rescue situation. His story will involve the characters he meets, natural horsemanship training, and his social development. Beau's Journey is about my blind horse and how he came to continue living a happy full life when he lost his eye sight. Beau has a sketch of him featured in the movie, War Horse. My personal and professional life combine in the Horse I Ching blog with is based on the Horse I Ching iPhone/iPad Ap that features my photography and writing. Horse I Ching is based on the iPhone App created using my photography and writing efforts. And finally, I keep a blog of my mother's poetry. She is 91 an thinks it cool to have a blog. Her words can be found on the Galloping Manifestations blog.
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