I went to a rated event a couple weeks ago and it was awesome. Lots of horses doing lots of stuff. People too. There was Despressage, Pokèmon Stadium, and Across Country. I took 2,037 really really good photos with my brand new RED camera. Woodside Horse Trials was the event, according to the words I put in my calendar. Here are some of the amazing shots I took:
|What a lovely letter "E"!|
|Really captured the essence of the judge box on this one.|
|Those forested mountains are quite sensational this time of year.|
I'm so good at photos, it's confounding that people haven't given me all their money already.
Anyway, the purpose of this post was to talk about bareback riding. There were so many people at this show who were NOT riding bareback. Like, I know a saddle helps to keep your balance and stuff. But the TRUE art of equestrian stuff is to ride an all-natural, organic, vegetarian, non-GMO horse. And that includes riding without saddles, which are meat products.
How would I know? First, you should read the rest of my blog. Of course I know. Secondly, this here video: