We have had our horses for 2 1/2 years and study Parelli Natural Horsemanship. We trail ride locally and througout TN. We belong to the Bearwallow Saddle Club.
We were heavy into underwater cave diving prior to moving to TN and getting involved with horses.
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I guess you and Michael are my inspiration. I know that patience and going slow is the key to success however, sometimes I tend to override myself and push a little to much and get too eagar. With Kayla, my Appy I have to "spark" her up a bit or she will fall asleep on me while playing. . . LOL. Hogan is also a lazy, pokey horse. Denali is a package waiting to be opened...and figured out. Miya is the young exhuberant horse who can easily overwhelm me but is so light when we are connected. Playing with four horses is a challenge at time.
I wanted to say that I am very impressed with you both. By creating the playdate video I had to watch the clips over and over to get things right. I began to notice just how patient and calm you both were with your horses. Sorry, at the playdate I was buzzing around trying to make sure everyone was happy while taking video and still being able to play with my horse that I guess I was in "busy" mode and really did not pay that much attention. I am so happy that you enjoy these playdates. I know we can learn a lot from both of you. Thank you for coming to my playdates.
Hi Sherry & Michael: It was a pleasure spending the afternoon with you as well. I would love to schedule another playdate before the hot weather of the summer starts. Today was a perfect day... not too hot and not too cold or windy. I sent you a video I made of the day. I hope you enjoy it. The music is 'A Perfect Saturday' which I thought very appropreate. Did you see the photos from the March playdate. I tried to get the hat thing coordinated but it did not cooperate. . . LOL