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Improve Your Horse's Walk-to-Canter Transition with This Easy (but Meaningful) Exercise

Who hasn’t struggled with walk-to-canter transitions sometime in his or her riding life? While our earliest engagements with walk-to-faster-FASTER-FASTER trots can be owed to short legs, lack of riding experience, and smart ponies, later on it is generally a fault (or two) in our aiding or position, and poor preparation of the horse for what’s necessary: activity of his hind end and the “lift” he needs to get his legs and body in order so the desired transition is actually biomechanically possible. 699 more words

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Bikers of Beirut - Photo essay for A Magazine

The Harley-Davidson riders of Beirut might not fit the mold that springs to mind when you think of the classic biker gangs. These riders are not only safe, conscientious and welcoming, many are among the leading citizens of Beirut.


A Green Grass Gallop...

The title was originally stolen from a favorite children’s book of Lex and Hanni. It was an oft requested bedtime story.

Today Night and I took a green grass gallop. 362 more words

New Hampshire

From Bombay to the Bay | September 1st

September 1, 2014

In 3 days it will be 30 days since my arrival. But up until now, I have rarely felt like I belonged. I have been welcomed, wined, wound up, and won over by this eccentric city. 336 more words


Sayonara Hideko..

Seperti apa kata saya pada tulisan sebeblumnya, time flies so fast.

Dua tahun, mungkin lebih, sudah saya lewati bersama hideko. Sesosok FU150 hitam yang mungkin buat sebagian orang itu adalah hanya sosok bebek idola kalangan remaja labil (red:alay). 112 more words


The baby turns 1 and other updates

First of all, baby Juneau turned one yesterday. How is it possible that she has grown up so quickly?!

In other news, I had sent away some Stampede tail hair to Stephanie at  292 more words