V is for Vicariously

I’m going to have to spend this year living dressage vicariously through other people. So, everyone who has a dressage blog (even if it’s not all dressage), post your link in the comments section!

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9 thoughts on “V is for Vicariously

  1. I know it seems depressing now, but you have Joy to ride. Is there a arena near by? Can you trailer her there to ride once a week? Plus you have your Ava at home with you.

    Best wishes, don’t give up!

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  2. I’m living vicariously through everyone else’s showing/clincs/lesson experiences as well until I can start taking lessons again myself. In the meantime, I’m trying to bring along a nontraditional breed into the wide world of dressage – with my off the track Standardbred, Copper.

    I don’t know if you’ll find my very novice dressage notes interesting; I’ve always been so interested in your stories because you and Ava where way above our level, but if you are we’re over at A Riding Habit.

    Cheers,
    bonita

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  3. I always live vicariously through blogs! That’s how I get my eventing bug scratched! πŸ™‚ You’re welcome to follow me (guineaforaguinness.blogspot.com) and Pig as we try not to make fools of ourselves at our big May show… πŸ™‚ Now that grad school is done for the semester, I should be back to a more normal blogging schedule.

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