Writing Horseback

Oct 22 2014

Molokai Stampede

It was on a horseback riding vacation in Lanai, Hawaii that I first learned of the Molokai Stampede. My Lanai riding guide, Cody Bradford, was wearing beautiful custom-made western chaps tanned from the hides of axis deer, unique to the Hawaiian islands of Lanai and Molokai. In his office I spied a hand tooled leather […]

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Oct 15 2014

Molokai, Hawaii Mule Ride

Kalaupapa Rare Adventure Mule Ride, Molokai, Hawaii I’d seen the bumper sticker, “Wouldn’t You Rather Be Riding a Mule in Molokai?” I’d yet to ride a mule and I hadn’t been to Molokai. On a recent trip to Molokai, Hawaii, I was able to cross these two items off my “must do” travel list. Whether […]

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Oct 08 2014

Horse Rescue, North Carolina Style

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Daisy Mae came into my life in late fall of 2011. My husband and I were in Southwestern North Carolina working on a log home we were building in Hayesville, near Murphy. The development sits back off Hwy 64 and we would drive up and down this road several times a day. It is truly […]

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Oct 01 2014

Reining: Understanding the Sport

Understanding the Equestrian Sport of Reining About 10 years ago my husband and I were introduced to the sport of Reining. We did not know what reining was and had never even seen a horse perform a pattern. We were immediately hooked and we are still showing today. It’s a lot of fun filled with […]

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Sep 24 2014

What Makes a Good Cutting Horse?

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I have absolutely no business writing a blog post on what makes a good cutting horse. In fact, I have never ridden a cutting horse. In my youth I put a cow in the stall with my Quarter Horse to see if he had any “cow sense” as in would he dominate the cow and […]

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