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DIY Pony Poptarts

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Nassau, Bahamas Travel Diary

December 27th It is 8:45am on December 27th. I woke up about 3 hours ago and am currently on an airplane. My family and I are headed to the Bahamas for the first time ever. I am so excited to see what this vacation has in store. I am craving the beach, the sunshine, and… Continue reading Nassau, Bahamas Travel Diary

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Horse HIIT

One of my all time favorite past times is working out, specifically weight lifting. But when I'm not lifting weights you will probably find me doing a HIIT workout or High Intensity Interval Training. (Hold up. Before you push your horse make sure that he is capable of doing the workout, is wearing protective boots,… Continue reading Horse HIIT

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The Event at Archer – Our First Novice

The Event at Archer held its second ever event from June 1st to 3rd and ran its very first spring event. It is a new event in Wyoming and has been incredibly successful! With an amazing state-of-the-art cross country course this event ran Intro-Prelim and boasted over 180 competitors. After holding its first ever event… Continue reading The Event at Archer – Our First Novice

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The 2018 Spring Event at Skyline – Nationals Bound

Last week Penelope and I competed in The Event at Skyline in Mount Pleasant, Utah. I had my AP Physics Exam the following Tuesday and my junior finals are right around the corner. This was my first show of the year and with my busy schedule, I went out on a whim and signed up… Continue reading The 2018 Spring Event at Skyline – Nationals Bound

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Ogilvy Baby Pad Review

To start out... I freaking L.O.V.E. this pad. I was graciously given this pad from Ogilvy Equestrian as a token of appreciation for applying to be an Ogilvy Equestrian Ambassador. I have the Ogilvy Jumper Baby Pad in white with white trim and the O.E. logo in red, blue, and gold on the right, back… Continue reading Ogilvy Baby Pad Review

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Boy-O-Boy Bridleworks

Hey guys! Boy-O-Boy Bridleworks  So I recently fell in love with a company called Boy-O-Boy Bridleworks. These custom and made-to-order products are handcrafted by a woman named Amanda. Now based out of Middleburg, Virginia, Amanda grew up around horses no matter where she may have lived (New York or her family in Ireland)! While aimlessly… Continue reading Boy-O-Boy Bridleworks

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Snaks 5th Avenchew

Click for 15% Snacks 5th Avenchew Ever seen those adorable little pop tart horse treats that everyone takes pictures of? Yeah, chances are they are from Snaks 5th Avenchew. Only the cutest treat company that makes handmade cookies, donuts, pop tarts, and cannolis all for horses and dogs! I have been a follower of Snaks… Continue reading Snaks 5th Avenchew

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Cross Training Schedule from an Equestrian, Dancer, and Track Athlete

Often times I hear my self rattle off all of my activities and question how I manage to fit it all in. Miraculously I find the time to train and compete as a varsity equestrian, dancer, and track athlete. Although each of these sports keeps me in shape, I still feel like it's not enough.… Continue reading Cross Training Schedule from an Equestrian, Dancer, and Track Athlete

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Tips for Managing School and Riding – Advice from a 4.0 Student and Varsity Equestrian

Tips for Managing School & Riding - Advice from a 4.0 Student & Varsity Equestrian School, no matter what the grade or degree, can be draining; draining of energy, time, passion, and even emotion. Granted, I am only a senior in high school, but having achieved a 4.94 GPA during my first semester of my… Continue reading Tips for Managing School and Riding – Advice from a 4.0 Student and Varsity Equestrian