Here is Chip jumping out in the field. And I got a link for you so you can see what he is. His Mom was some other sort of 17hh chesnut warmblood. Dad was a Knabstrupper!
This was Chip’s first show doing hunters and equitation, also his first time in a pelham. We do jumpers and he’s a baby so he wasn’t quite sure about the flat classes! lol. He was NOT counter-cantering! haha. He did very well though for being a jumper and I was oh so proud of him. We of course did better in the eq classes, he is definitely not a hunter. He is a 4 year old Knabstrupper.
Here’s a few pictures of myself and my jumper Boo. Two are from schooling this past fall and one is from a 1.00m classic at State College last summer. In October we moved up to the 1.10m classes. Boo is the first horse I’ve showed in jumpers, and i brought him along almost entirely on my own. We have schooled up to 4’6, and I plan to show him in at least the AO division when we are ready. He’s only 15.3 but is very scopey and has a giant stride, as well as a major case of little man syndrome! He is my heart horse that came into my life at the perfect time and everyday I’m thankful I fell in love with him and decided he was no longer “just” a resell project.
Please judge horse and rider!
Here is a photo of my new horse Camaran CR and I in the 1.10 jumper classic today. We ended up 6th, had 4 faults in the jump off, (completely my fault), but he was great and I’m so happy with him! This is only my second show with him, and my second time ever competing in the 1.10s or in the Grand Prix ring. Please judge both horse and rider! Thank you
Here is a photo of my new horse Camaran CR and I in the 1.1o jumper classic today. We ended up 6th, had 4 faults in the jump off, (completely my fault), but he was great and I’m so happy with him! This is only my second show with him, and my second time ever competing in the 1.1os or in the Grand Prix ring. Please judge both horse and rider! Thank you
This is Batista! He is QH/TB/Warmblood (I think Oldenburg, but I’m not 100% sure). This picture was taken when he was 6 years old, recently gelded, and about 2 months into consistent work. He is not my horse (owned and bred by Double C Ranch) but I worked with him and trained him for about 6 months. I loved him to death and thought he was absolutely gorgeous, so I’m interested to hear what others think about his conformation. He’s a very fancy horse that showed a lot of potential.