Monthly Archives: September 2016

JRH

Huh?  JRH stands for Janet’s Retirement Heaven.  Here, I am delivering Solo Chex, age 30, to her new home at JRH.  I am accompanied by Kensley Ditmore, riding Jack, also a resident of JRH.  I am riding Piper, Janet’s horse, … Continue reading

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What’s Next? Let’s Finish Our Year

Here’s a synopsis of the remainder of the show season at Clifford Horse Training: October 8,9 San Luis Obispo GSVRHA show.  This is the the final Golden State show of the year.  I love this show and its beautiful setting … Continue reading

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I Love This Horse

Very Smart Cow Pony has had a wonderful year.  He won the challenging Ranch Horse Class at the Ranch Roundup for the second year in a row.  He always gives me his entire effort, no matter how little time I … Continue reading

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Ranch Roundup!!!

Well, we pulled it off.  Another great Carmel Valley Ranch Roundup has come and gone.  Our event was well attended, with more competitors from a greater distance than we have ever had.  The Clifford Horse Training gang made a fantastic … Continue reading

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Going Home

I always enjoy returning from a trip because Alexi Connell has been working on projects at Carmel River Ranch. I caught her returning home with her great little tractor after fluffing up and greatly improving our arena. Thanks, Lex!

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Endurance? Yup!

I have reconnected with Peggy Davidson (formerly Peggy Eaton), whose lovely Arabian, Dakota, I trained many years ago. I always really liked this horse. However, I did not train him for endurance.  That was all Peggy.  Dakota is by Sheila … Continue reading

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Sugarland Horse Park GSVRHA

While I was away on a family trip, this adventurous crowd headed to Woodland, California for a GSVRHA show.  Not pictured is Kim Donlon, who continues to work hard, and successfully, on relaxing her talented mare.  Congratulations to Margaret Pare, … Continue reading

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