The First Days in Kentucky

Sep 21, 2010 - 12:23 PM
Blogger extraordinaire Catherine Haddad writing from Lexington, Ky. Photo by Michelle Adaway.

Dear Rita,

The whole dressage team arrived in Lexington safe and sound last weekend. The team is settled in over at the Horse Park, and W is a guest at Reese Koffler-Stanfield’s stable in Georgetown. Reese’s place is fully equipped, professional and an ideal place to train for the week, so I am very happy to be there. Here is a short video clip of Reese’s stable and the Team Processing that took place at the USEF offices at the Horse Park:

W is in fine form, and I have no doubt that he will be ready to step up to the plate if we are called up to service before next weekend. Have a look at W’s grooming antics and a clip from our workout this morning:

Last but not least, Kentucky has a colorful culture all its own. As reserve rider, I have a bit more time and freedom on my hands than some of my teammates. People who know me well are saying, “Uh oh.” Not to worry, Rita! I just stopped off at a Catfish Lake to see what was going on! Got to interview some locals about the sport:

I’m Catherine Haddad, and I’m saying it like it is from Georgetown, Kentucky!

Training Tip of the Day: Do you prepare your horse for a good workout with proper grooming?

InternationalDressage.com

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