Monthly Archives: August 2009

Centre County Grange Fair

Every year in Centre Hall, there is Centre County Grange Fair. They set up rows and rows of tents and rows and rows of RV’s. It is quite a site to see. It is the largest and oldest encampment fair in the country. We have not been in town for...
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4-H District Show

4-H District Horse Show had its high points and low points. We qualified for districts in two classes working hunter over fences and working hunter under saddle. I had the choice at round-up to show equitation on the flat and hunter hack or equitation over fences and the working hunter...
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High Hopes Farm Summer Camp

I spent a week with my friend Gabby at the camp that is run, where she boards her pony. It is an awesome camp. It is run by Perry and Katie Fitzpatrick. At camp, we swim ponies, ride cross country, ride side saddle, go to a reining farm and all...
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Photo Shoot with Barry Bland

Barry Bland from Barcroft media in London came to the farm to take pictures. Barcroft distributes and produces media of all kinds all over the world. To Discovery Channel International…..in case you are reading this…..Tommie and I are ready to go to work to for you in a variety show...
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Visit with Vernon Brewley

Vernon brewley from Hill Shepard marketing spent a day with us at Carousel Farm. Vernon has worked with some of the top horseman in the country to produce educational videos, set-up tours and design websites. Vernon’s firm does a lot of work for “The Road to the Horse”. “The Road...
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Heritage Horse Show

We have not been showing much this summer, because we were doing so much traveling. We took Jazz, Mattee and Addy to Heritage. They were all fresh to start, but settled well for their classes. It was a really nice day! We haven’t been to a Heritage show in quite...
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Tony

For the last few decades Carousel Farm has many young horses. In the over twenty five years of breaking horses, my parents had only one young horse that seemed to continually fall through the cracks. The farm delegated his training during several periods of time. He is not a mean...
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