It was another successful show for Aelin and MM MAGS SON OF A GUN. The POA Eastern Classic was a 3 day show and while these two only showed 2 days they still accumulated enough points to earn Reserve Champion 19 & Older Equotation and came in 3rd for the 19 & Over All Around Award. MM MAGS SON OF A GUN continues to show strong in Western Pleasure and Hunter Under Saddle earning and 1st and 2nd place under 3 judges. He came back stronger in Horemanship and Equitation winning both pattern classes under 3 judges. Congratulations to Aelin and MM MAGS SON OF A GUN
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Meet Blue. He is a 10 year old unregistered Paint. Stands between 14.2 and 15 hands with a huge stride for his size. For the past 2 years he has been owned by an older lady who has been taking dressage lessons on him. Before she bought him he was jumping 2 ft and being ridden by intermediate kids. He would be a great low level Eventing horse as he has a great uphill hand gallop through fields and woods with lead changes and prefers to be out exploring. He gets a bit bored doing only dressage even though in the right hands he could probably do 2nd Level. Easy to adjust his stride. Quiet on the trails but has mostly only been ridden by himself, but I do feel that he would be fine with other horses.
He does have to stay on Omeprazole daily, which only runs about $60 a month for the generic paste. Wears front shoes.
He is not suited for a beginner, but he would be great for a confident young teenager or adult. With weaker riders he tends to drop his inside shoulder and be resistant about going forward. Typical lesson horse stuff. Not going to buck or rear. He’s a lot of fun for an experienced rider to play with and challenge him mentally. No joint maintenance. Asking $3200 with some negotiability. Located in Spring Hill, TN. Call me at 615-653-9733.
Click the link below to see videos of Aelin’s students at the 2016 Tennessee 4H State Horse Show.
What a fantastic show this week at the Tennessee State 4H Horse Show in Shelbyville, TN. The week started off with the Sierra showing Tinkerbel in the Western Show on Tuesday earning herself 3 Championships, 3 Reserve Championships, a 4th placing, and a 6th placing. They also took the High Point Western Champion Award!
On Wednesday, Sierra switched horses and showed Scotch in the Ranch show earning Champion in Showmanship, 6th in Ranch Riding of 44, 5th in Ranch Horsemanship of 25, and 3rd in Ranch Trail of 24!
On Thursday, Hannah, on Aires Sister, joined Sierra to compete in the Hunt Seat Flat Show. In the Junior High division Sierra took home 2 Reserve Champions in Showmanship and Hunter Under Saddle, 4th in Hunter in Hand Ponies, and 5th in Hunter Equitation.
In the Senior division Hannah took 3rd in Halter Mares and 10 in Hunter Under Saddle of 48 horses! Also in Senior, Ashley on Day Dreamer took home a 9th, a 5th, and a 4th in flat.
On Friday, all three girls competed in jumping. Hannah competed in the 3ft Hunters for the first time and went home with a 3rd and a 7th of 14 horses. Ashley competed in the 2ft 6 in large pony division and went home with 2 Championships and a Reserve Championship. Sierra, with just 6 months of jumping had a little but of hard luck in the Novice Horse division missing the top 10 placings.
Overall, it was a great show and I am extremely proud of all three girls and their four horses. They have worked incredibly hard and it has payed off. Congratulations to all of you!
I want to send out a big thank you to our sponsors Promises Kept Rescue and Rehabilitation, Rhinestones N More, and Rutherford Farmer’s Co Op.
It was a very successful weekend for Aelin and MM MAGS SON OF A GUN at the POA Southeast Regional Show. With just 7 months of under saddle training MM MAGS SON OF A GUN took home the blue in Western Pleasure, Western Horsemanship, and Showmanship. He took second in Halter, Hunter Under Saddle, and Hunter in Hand, and finished a single third in Hunt Seat Equitation. Aelin and MM MAGS SON OF A GUN also claimed the 19 and Over Equitation Championship for the show! Their next show will be the Eastern Classic in Harriman in August.
It was a great 2016 Tennessee 4-H Regional Show at the Miller Coliseum this weekend. The weekend kicked off on Thursday with Dressage and Hunt Seat in hand. Hannah rode a great test but had some rough luck with the judge placing 8th in SR Dressage and Sierra rode her first dressage test ever and placed 3rd in Walk/Trot Dressage. Hannah came back strong Thursday afternoon winning Halter Mares, and Sierra placed 4th in Showmanship. Sierra also, placed well in JH Hunter Under Saddle and Equitation with a 9th and 4th place placings.
Friday, both girls rode in Hunter Over Fences and Hunter Hack. Hannah rode very well placing 6th in SR Hunter Over Fences and 2nd in SR Hunter Hack. Sierra competed in the JH division placing 3rd and 4th. Sierra also, won Hunt Seat Trail!
Saturday, Sierra competed in Western Pleasure and Ranch with her two horses Tinkerbelle and Scotch. On Tinkerbelle, Sierra took 1st in JH Western Pleasure, 1st in Western Trail, and 2nd in Horsemanship. On Scotch, Sierra won Ranch Horsemanship and placed 5th in Ranch Riding.
All in all it was a great weekend. The girls were happy with their rides and the show ran smoothly. They have worked incredibly hard and I am very proud of both of them. We are now getting ready for the Tennessee State 4-H Show in two weeks.
MM MAGS SON OF A GUN took home more blue at his second show under saddle at the POA show in Shelbyville, TN. On May 21-22, Aelin and “Bruiser” competed in Halter, Most Colorful, Western Horsemanship, Western Pleasure, Hunt Seat Equitation, and Hunter Under Saddle, taking home 5 First Place ribbons, 1 Second Place, 1 Third, and 1 Fourth on Saturday. On Sunday they came back stronger taking home 7 First Place ribbons and 1 Second Place ribbon. Congratulations to Aelin and MM MAGS SON OF A GUN!
A huge congratulations to FRESHMAN rider Allie Robertson who is officially a National Champion! She competed with Berry College at the IHSA National competition this past weekend and was the team rider for her division. Allie placed 5th in the Nation helping her team to become National Champions for the second year in a row! I am particularly proud to have been part of Allie’s riding career and I wish her all the luck on her next 3 years competing on the Berry College Equestrian Team! Great Job Ladies!