We are in the thick of it, friend, as you might be too. Abby has done middle school volleyball and basketball, 4-H, all in conjunction with rodeo. Now, while rodeo is a few weekends out of the year for our district (CHSRA D7), it requires a ton of preparation just to be competitive, and sometimes even preparation doesn’t land you in the top 10. Here are some tips for how we juggle it!
We all get into those riding ruts where we need a little routine shake up and the same goes for kids. Practicing the same way day in and day out can get…boring. Use this free printable with ideas the next time you notice your kid needs a routine change. Cut them out and place them […]
When we pulled up to our first rodeo, rusted bumper pull and our truck with nearly 250K miles on it, to say I was insecure was an understatement. I saw lines of beautiful LQ trailers (living quarters horse trailers), brand new trucks and groups of people who looked like they’d known each other for ages gathering in between them.
Own your journey and make sure it’s yours…we’ve all heard the saying, “comparison is the thief of joy.”
We want you to have full transparency into how, where and why we make our saddles the way we do!
I threw Abby and Beau up on a horse before they could have a conversation. It was all about how to stop, how to go and how to “control” your horse – I say that in quotes because I’m not sure control is the right word, we had a few scary moments where control went out the window. Which brings me to ground work.