|This is how all of Lexington looks.|
|Hubby scratches a deserving butt at the Horse Park.|
In short, this event included a whole lot of horse, and I liked it.
I'm not saying that every horse should be able to perform walk-trot-canter and succeed in a totally scary obstacle course after roughly three hours of training over three days, but to see what the trainers could accomplish in that amount of time was amazing.
Lexington presented us with two, sunny spring days and three, icy winter days, so I can't say the weather there did much for us, but on the other hand, we did miss the
|I was looking forward to seeing this sculpture. Grand!|
And I brought home a renewed enthusiasm in training my perpetual greenies. Enthusiasm has been hard to garner this year, with winter constantly beating on us arena-less horse owners, so finding a little of it again feels good.
|Out for a ride on our rocking saddlebreds.|
|Sampling local cuisine: Hot Brown. Know what Welsh rarebit is? This is like that, with meat.|
|The festivities at Road to the Horse|
|Those freaking things scare ME. Sean Patrick and Joker.|
|Weird moving blur of a horse|
|Trainer Antoine Cloux working in the round pen|
|Trainer Jonathon Field performs in a clinic.|
|The 4 Sixes remuda.|
|The final obstacle course with the winners, James Anderson and Smokey.|