As a child I obsessed over the Black Stallion movie. My favorite parts were the sweeping running shots of Alec and the Black on the desert island, lost in the thrill and joy of the gallop. I was utterly in love with the idea of running alongside a horse, nothing to hold them back but … Continue reading Liberty Lesson with Jess Roberts
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Taylor and Tater; WEF 2019 You may know her as @theeceequestrian, The East Coast Equestrian, but today we have an interview with Taylor Bodson, amateur owner and rider extraordinaire! She competes her horses Cam (Campari) and Tater (Casario) in the amateur owner hunters. I first met Taylor via the wide wonderful world of Instagram. She … Continue reading Taylor Bodson
A few days before Christmas, Carlos came out and took a few photos of me. We dressed up Spot, my friend Megan's trusty steed and he was a good model (and he got paid in treats for sure!). Enjoy! by Carlos Flores Wishing you all a wonderful new year! Sending love and light your way. … Continue reading Holiday Photoshoot!
Farewell to 2019
When I started this blog, I had full intentions of posting once a week. That my posts would be inspirational and in depth, filled with my heart and opinions. Once a week? Definitely not. I hit writer’s block. I ran out of time. I contented myself to watch Netflix after a full day at the … Continue reading Farewell to 2019
The Horseless Rider – Part One
There's a stigma in the equestrian community that I have been feeling for some time, as if Horseless riders are 'less’ of an equestrian than those that own horses. That it makes me lower on the totem pole, less important to educate, less worthy of attention or effort to include. The lack of a horse … Continue reading The Horseless Rider – Part One