Monthly Archives: March 2014

World Show Clips

http://www.aqha.com/versatility The AQHA website has clips on the first event in Houston, cutting.  Not really sure how I made this clip, since I thought my run was average.  The roan horse was the cutting winner, and my buddy and fellow … Continue reading

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Farewell to Dan Riggs and Dennis

After two days of hard driving, Dan, Kathy, and Dennis have made it back to Sheridan, Wyoming. Their California visit was productive and they hope to come back next year. I will miss them and this lovely horse so much. … Continue reading

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This Boy Deserves a Break

Months of preparation, 3,800 miles in a trailer, nights spent in six different locations, five events.  This horse has given me so much, and he takes it all in stride.  He is an excellent, healthy traveler and he gives his … Continue reading

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Back in California!

We are coming down Tehachapi. OMG! We are almost home…

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Windmills, Oil Fields, and Flat

Officially in the Texas panhandle, heading for Clovis, New Mexico tonight.

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Update from Houston

Clifford Horse Training Headquarters has received an update from Houston: In the Working Ranch, Sarah finished 6th. And overall she finished 6th as well. According to Sarah, she “would have been second in working ranch if I COULD ROPE. Tougher … Continue reading

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Llama show in the other end of our building.

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Last in conformation.

I really didn’t expect any different, especially after seeing the other horses in the field. I hope to make up some ground in the working ranch. The best is yet to come!

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Amateur Lineup for Final Awards

Congratulations to the Cal kids: fifth, sixth, and tenth respectively.

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Downtown Houston, the Astrodome (soon to be torn down), and Reliant Stadium from the top of the ferris wheel.

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