Oooooh the pressure to get to KY! LOL. I have been very busy lately and haven't been able to ride as much, but did lunge him a few days ago, rode him last night in a field and this morning bareback. He doesn't like a lot of mess when mounting, so did a little dance, but was very good while I wiggled my way onto his back. We probably rode for about 30-45 minutes bareback. I need practice with that so we did lots of turns and trotting. We did some trotting over a low pole and walking over other poles, I set up a "walkway" and we worked on going in and out of little obstacles. He learns so quickly!
Great pictures of a wonderful horse. Congratulations on a wonderful ride and may there be any more! Can't wait to see him at the Event!
I might make it up to Ellen May's house tomorrow. She set up a huge obstacle course at her house: jumps, poles, sand piles, barrels etc so we might play in that tomorrow if I get up early enough before the heat sets in.