Posts Tagged ‘kids’

A few of my favorite pics from last month’s jumping show:



Say cheese!


And since spring has finally sprung, I took some pictures of our flowers earlier (also, it was an excuse to be able to make that horribly lame pun in the title):


Bonus Lucy picture:


Happy May Day, everyone! 🙂

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We had one of our unofficial jumping shows in January and, as always, we all had fun and when I wasn’t riding, I was taking pictures of everybody. A small sampling for your viewing pleasure:


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As you can tell from the title, these are a couple of months old, but I hope you enjoy anyway:


More coming shortly!

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June Show Pics

A few of my favorite shots from the end-of-the-year show back in June:


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Hello everyone!

I meant to post this much sooner, but between my new job and recent events, it kind of got pushed down the priority list (okay, and I’ve been procrastinating too).

Anyhow, December (and therefore winter) may be upon us, but these pics from June should warm you right up. They’re from the barn’s end-of-the-year show, which was a ton of fun and featured some pretty awesome costumes:


More to come shortly…

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Jumping in the Rain

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Vaulting into Summer

Three weeks ago was the barn’s annual end-of-the-year party/show. Because I had to work that day (working weekends can be incredibly inconvenient sometimes) I only caught the last 20 minutes or so of the show, but I did get some nice shots of the kids vaulting:


Waiting their turn…


Hi, Fred!



This kid was especially photogenic:



Afterwards, Laurelia and Lucie hopped on for a quick lap around the arena:DSC_1201cs

I’m still bummed I missed most of the show, but at least I got to see this little bit, and there was a dinner afterwards, which was a lot of fun. After a long day at work, getting to share a meal with my fellow equestrians (during which we mostly discussed horse-related stuff) was just what the doctor ordered. 🙂

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