The show was a Ranch show (American Ranch Horse Association). She loves them--for Sally they mean a lower level of stress than other shows, more fun and an opportunity to try some new things.
The show was at Bound's in Deerfield, WI. Mark and I stopped by for a while to see Sally compete. A big thanks to Sarah for trailering Mickey and to Heather, too.
Sally had an opportunity to compete in some traditional classes. She had a wonderful success day with a first in Showmanship, first in Halter under one judge and first (plus a trophy) in Walk-Trot.
Sally also tried some less traditional classes (for her). One was called Working Cow Horse and a second involved a cow, too, though I don't know the class name. I admire her courage in trying new things.
|Waiting for the judge's signal to begin her Working Cow Horse Class|
|Chasing that cow and cutting in front to make him turn the other way. Yep, that's her hat there on the ground.|
That's my girl!
Have a great Tuesday.