Did they feel safe? Competition in the Pandemic. II

This past weekend there was a dressage show organized by Caledon Dressage at the Angelstone showground. You may have seen my previous post about this show. I have to say that the show organizer was absolutely on top of the Covid concerns and went to great lengths to make sure that anyone attending would be…

Join me for a ride in the forest!

I have been cantering Biasini through the forest. NO! Not really. This was a virtual ride. My coach’s assistant Lynsey Rowan has been taking Biasini out on the forest trails and she sent me videos. This first one is walking toward the trails. Oakcrest Farm has many acres of forest trails that can be reached…

Biasini Speaks:This is Different!

Hello Dear Humans! I am back home. But things are very different here. I am in a new stall. I am in between two horses. On one side I have Serry. We have been to some shows together so I know him. He’s a good guy. The only odd thing about him is he has…

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…

What is on the Other Side of Fear?

“Everything you want is on the other side of fear.”  This is a quote I read last week. It got me thinking. I was heading to a competition  and I decided it would be worthwhile to examine what “fear” meant to me. What were the sources of “fear” for me? Physical fear?  No. Despite the…