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We are back to our regularly scheduled programming of retired horses with this post! The last two posts have been all about me and my horses which isn’t the purpose of this blog. I appreciate everyone who took the time to offer their suggestions about Bonnie. I’ve read them all several times and am thinking about all perspectives. I think the best way to describe Bonnie sometimes is professional talent and a professional ride as well. I have the highest of highs and the lowest of lows riding Bonnie. With my revised schedule we’ve definitely been on an upswing the last few weeks. I also think she has been a bit slow to mature mentally and I think the brain is at least starting to catch up with the body. However it is has been the consistency of my schedule with her that has helped the most, no doubt about that. That said I’m very happy to have Sky in the picture. She’s a very nice horse herself and so laid back, I’ve had a lot of fun with her in our first two weeks of getting to know each other. Thank you again for all of your comments!

Now on to the real starts of the show here, the retirees:

Dustin and Tony; Dustin is a son of Starman and was a big time jumper himself. Tony is a dutch warmblood who competed in the a/o hunters with a national ranking before stepping down to the 3′ divisions his last few years.

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