Monthly Archives: May 2009

Tommie Turvey Clinic

Tommie came to Carousel Farm to do a clinic. The clinic was completely filled. Tommie showed everyone how to teach your horse to bow and laydown. We also set up an obstacle / sensory course. He taught a variety of other tricks as well….like smiling, saying yes and saying no....
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Sensory Training

The day after Night of Amazing Horses, we did a sensory clinic with Karen. When we travel to a shows, we never know what else will be going on …..strollers, loud music, smoke, balloons, umbrellas, anything goes. When I was performing in Chicago, our warm-up area was about 200 feet...
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Training at Elizabeths

Training at Elizabeth’s is always fun. My mom and Elizabeth are really funny when they are together. We have fun spending time together. As for riding, Elizabeth is the best rider I know. I really want to show in the big equitations. I have a lot of work to do....
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First Ever Equine Extremist Games

We concluded the equine extremist clinic at Carousel Farm with the first annual Equine extremist Games. We had the following games: Horse Soccer Obstacle Dribble Course Freestyle Obstacle Course Best Trick Bareback Dollar Can Race The freestyle activities were awesome. Ron won the freestyle obstacle course. Chuck was grand champion...
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Puddles New Tricks

I have been working on a lot of things with Puddles. The May clinic at the farm with Tommie was awesome. Now Puddles will bow on on leg and then two…..this was a while coming. His laydown is getting better and better. He is also sitting up nicely. The biggest...
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Backflip

One of the goals I have is to do a back flip off of one of my ponies. I now have a tramp at home to practice, but haven’t tried one on the tramp yet. While in Chicago, they put a weight lifting belt around my waist with several ropes....
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