My awesome jumps are still tastefully offensive
That's probably due to the fact that I'd rather set up a jumper style course when everyone at my barn does hunters or equitation. In my defense, equitation is just jumpers but slower. Same techniques, right?
With the warmer weather finally showing up, both outdoor rings have been plowed and drug, and the big outdoor needs a new course for this year. Other than two outside lines of some sort, we don't follow any patterns in set up. I think we should get a little bit more unorthodox with it this year.
And, of course, my ideal set up with some changes to make the two outside lines.
But then comes to task of convincing Miss S to let me go about my shenanigans. We might be able to set up something on Saturday, depending on who's pastured in the arena, who's at the barn to help, how long the big pasture takes me to clean, weather, the possibility of two rides, yadda, yadda, yadda. Winter doesn't seem nearly as hectic.
|Corbinator could do the jumpers, puddle jumpers that is, I'm fragile|
|omg, yes, rollback central|
|I'm 'bout that bending line life|
|Please let the equitation gods bless me for I am ready|
|All I need in life . . . well, this plus a soft leg|