First of all, last Thursday I had my fourth eventing lesson. I jumped a little over a foot after doing this wicked exercise about straightness. After I successfully did it, I felt amazing. I am so glad I found what I want to do and my instructor seems to be impressed with me. I'm impressed with myself!
I absolutely love my eventing lessons and how amazing my instructor makes me feel. She's so positive.
Since I've decided that eventing is what I definitely want to do and I want to make a career out of it, I found a working student position in Virginia for an upper level eventer that occasionally takes lessons with Olympic riders. The position could end up in a paid position, which I'm really interested in. I've pretty much decided that if she offers it to me, I'll take it. We're still in the interview process, but I'm crossing my fingers that everything will check out okay. She seems to be interested in me!
Saturday, my husband and I went to see the cross country day at The Rolex Kentucky 3-Day Event.
Here is a picture I took of Boyd Martin and Trading Aces.
Me with Phillip Dutton after he signed my Modern Eventing book!
Stay tuned for a book review of Bittersweet Farms 1: Mounted!