A Welcoming Place to Ride
Dressage, Jumping, & Cross-Country
Boarding & Training
All Ages & Abilities
Head Instructor Hollie McNeil
When? Lessons available six days a week, including evenings and early mornings.
Who? Our youngest riders are age six. Our olders are senior citizens.
Where? South Cambridge, NY. Convenient to Greenwich NY, Saratoga Springs NY, Bennington VT, Williamstown MA, Albany NY, etc.
Don’t forget your sunscreen! I think this will be our first Mother’s Day Show that hasn’t been in the mud.
Looks like a great show, with great weather, and fabulous food at our snack shack.
Any questions, problems, conflicts, issues, concerns, etc- let us know-
Planning to show in the Mother’s Day Dressage Show? If so, your entries are due today. I know. Hard to believe that the show is on Sunday. But as the saying goes- time waits for no man- and today is our closing date. Unless you want to pay that ugly $10 late fee. And who wants to that, right? Save yourself 10 bucks, and get your paper work to us before midnight tonight.
Riding Right Farm is world famous! Well, at least as far as the logo is concerned. Thanks to my daughter taking a semester abroad and making sure she left no stone unturned in a her adventurous quest, the farm logo on her black jacket has been seen everywhere! Here she’s pictured in St. Petersburg, Russia. I’ve also got pictures of her in her farm jacket in Ireland, England, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Spain, Sweden and I can’t think of how many other countries. I wonder if the farm will drum up any extra business from all of this worldwide advertising?
Since it’s show season, I had a bit of a flash back the other day when I was walking by Irish’s stall. I thought about getting ready for the 1994 show season with 6-year-old Irish and Lace. This lovely little TB was in training with me for a friend who had race horses and wanted to give Irish a second career.
The picture was taken at GMHA (Green Mountain Horse Association) at the big summer dressage show in July. The fun of the picture for me is that Irish is still around and even still being ridden. Getting to see this girl everyday in my barn is so rewarding. It just shows you that with good care horses can be a part of our lives for a very long time.
Irish also reminds me of just how quickly time zips by. I had just given birth to my daughter Sean (June 3) when Irish and I headed out to show our stuff. Sean is going to be 21 this year!
BTW- if you’re looking to get into the show spirit, our Mother’s Day Dressage Show is fast approaching. Here’s a pdf of the show entry form. Hope to see you on May 10th.
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