Havarah’s Charly is back at it! We competed at Pine Top in the Intermediate on Saturday, his first event of the season. Charly is normally pretty difficult to ride in the short court arenas, but this year he was so much better and more rideable. He scored a 28.3 which put him in the lead of a very impressive class. If Charly could smile he would have had a grin from ear to ear as he flew over each of the show jumps, I saw his picture and he was nearly to the top of the standards! Pine Top is a great place and I can’t wait to go back at the end of the month and take Charly out on the XC. Charly has only just gotten back to jumping this year and I didn’t want to push things taking him XC this weekend. Charly was withdrawn from the competition after SJ so that he will be fresh and ready for our week with the developing riders training sessions.
I had a second ride at Pine Top. A horse named Toast of Manhattan; This horse has come a long way in just the few weeks I’ve been riding him, I think he has a lot of un-tapped potential and am excited for his cross country run today 🙂