Where to even start.. first four days is a long time but it was so worth it.. huge thank you goes out to hubby for taking two days off work to stay home and run the farm for the time I was off it.. I am very grateful, it allowed me to relax and focus knowing that the farm was well taken care of.
I will admit that on the first day I struggled with some of the process, but even as I was mulling and chewing on it, I could see `how`it could be a good thing, and I wanted to see how Steve was going to build on it though the rest of the clinic..
I was proven right, as I watched it come together, I found myself smiling and nodding, I would have loved if my foot had been up to that kind of work right now, but there was no chance of it.. but it did hold up much better then I expected.. I barely have a limp now!
I came home refreshed and excited to bring those skills and idea`s to my own way of training, it was a great blend..
I did my first training session with Brandy who has a lot of ground work done on her and she was just rocking the basic`s, so I decided to take her up in a challenge, she hates standing in puddles, she is a miss fussy pants when it come to walking in water but within ten min, I had her resting with four in the water, awesome..
Caleb we never really made it past the one lesson I wanted to teach but it was a good time and he was clicking in and was full of try an heart!
I will be reporting back on how training is going mostly on the horse blog but also some on here as well..
Tired today but it was a very good thing for my mind.. I needed to get out and put my thinking cap to use! and it was both hard and good on my body.. it needed the wake up!
Lots going on the farm but will get to that later..