Separating Talent from Skill

We all need to work hard at developing our skills.  We all want to be successful and achieve a certain level of success.  Are the most successful people in the equestrian world just naturally talented?  Can they just ride a … Continue reading

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Hunter/Jumper to Eventing over night

I grew up a hunter/jumper.  I took a lot of pride in my equitation until I moved to Middle Ground.  First thing Mart said, “Well, you’re definitely a hunter/jumper.”  Overnight my bubble was popped.  You mean to tell me I’m … Continue reading

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10 Things About Me

10 things about me 1.  I grew up in Colorado Springs, CO 2.  My first horse was a 20 something year old mustang.  He had lice and was malnourished when we got him.  Though ugly and stubborn he was the … Continue reading

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The Beginning

These are Stories of my love for horses, horse training and the everyday farm life. I’ll be posting pictures and training updates.  We are a small eventing farm located in Larkspur, CO.  The owner/trainer, Martha Deeds is one of the … Continue reading

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