Filling the Frame

This week the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #66 is “Filling the Frame”. Here is my response. Thank you Patti Moed for this challenge.

Color your World: Black

This week Tourmaline has given us the challenge of the color BLACK! Here is my response. The beauty of a black horse.

Biasini Speaks: A Day in my Florida Life!

Hello again Dear Humans! I thought you might like to know how I spend my days here in Florida over the winter. I will put the events in Human time to make it easier for you to understand. 7:00 am I am awake, of course, and waiting for breakfast to be served. 7:30 am Breakfast…

Helgstrand Dressage and Haute Couture Horses!

Wednesday, January 9. 2019 was the ‘preview’ of the horses at Helgstrand Dressage. This is the creme de la creme of dressage horses. They have many of the qualities of haute couture fashion garments: high-quality, expensive, sewn with extreme attention to detail and finished by the most experienced and capable sewers. These horses are high…

Ride! Ride! Ride!

I recently had the privilege of watching Christilot Boylen teach Belinda Trussell and Belinda’s assistant trainer Lynsey Rowan.  I say it is a privilege because both of these riders could say they preferred their lessons to be private.  But since I am  student of Belinda’s I was able to watch. Christilot is a seven time…

Monday Minstrel: Dressage Humor

After the splendid dressage at the FEI World Equestrian Games Tryon I thought we could have a bit of  humor.  The first photo is one that has actually happened to me. It happened when I was a teenager riding in a three way event and in the dressage phase my horse ducked down and grabbed…

A Day in the Life of a Championship Horse Groom!

What is it like to be the groom taking care of some of the most famous horses in the  world at a big Championship like the Olympics or World Equestrian Games?  I had the chance, last May, to find out from Alan Davies, travelling groom for British riders Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin.  I asked…