Hack and lateral work

We started out with a walk down the hill and then a trot back up with Kristen and Megan.  Then it started to rain so we had some work in the arena in all gaits, followed by some turn on forehand and side pass suppling work.  She did very well and seemed to enjoy herself.  She got peppermints at the end, which she very much enjoyed.

Flatwork, hacking and jumping

I brought her in and tacked her up, and there may have been peppermints involved.  We (Elsa and I, Larry and Leo, Megan and Archie) walked down the hill and trotted back up as a warmup.  She did beautifully.

Then we worked on the flat and she was a little tight at first, but came around nicely.  We worked in all gaits and did some lateral work as well and she got better and better.  After the lesson was over, Larry and Leo and Elsa and I took a hack around the meadow and jumped over the jumps in the hickory grove on the way back home.  She did beautifully.

Amazing Grace

Beautiful, sound, experienced, kind, 15h2″ black bay 2001 KWPN mare.  Experienced in hunters, with very good dressage and cross country training.  Auto lead changes. She would be a great Pony Club partner. Flat video is from Sunday May 21, 2017.  She is ready to have fun with you today.  $6,500. Come and meet her at the Catalpa Corner schooling horse trial this weekend.

Also broodmare sound, would make a nice Pinschalla grand baby.

Grace is located in central Iowa at Field Day.

Contact Camie by email or phone (515) 231-9875.



Flatwork (please note rider is 6’3″ tall):

Example of xc schooling (please note rider is 6’3″ tall):