And there, on pages 21 and 22, is an article about a standardbred doing endurance, and I didn't even write it!!!
Can you see me grinning from where you are standing? I thought so.
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I haven't written about riding lately, because I haven't been riding lately. Not because of the weather, which alternates (sometimes in 30-minute increments) between sunny and humid, overcast and humid, and pouring-down-rain. Not because I don't have time, because actually I do have time.
No. I'm giving my horse a break. The Bare Bones ride was tough. It's the last ride of the season for Fiddle and me (although I may borrow Sky's horse Cricket to do an LD in October; we're still waiting for the weather forecast to decide about that), and Fiddle has worked hard all season. I've given her almost two weeks time off to rest and recoup, with just a few short sessions of "tricks-for-cookies" to keep her mind focused.
Tomorrow, however, the vacation is over. I'm going riding, come hell-or-high-zombies!