How To Get In Shape To Ride - My Fitness Routine Revealed
My Top 4 Tips for a Successful 2019 Horse Show Season
Summer is around the corner. Many horsewomen are motivated to shed some pounds and get in shape to ride their horses. Motivation is only the first step. What is the second step? Coming up with a fitness routine that fits our busy schedules and compliments our lives instead of competes with them.
Now, I workout regularly. But I didn’t use to workout at all. My love of exercise has evolved over the years. Today, I want to share my fitness routine so you can get ideas and inspiration. In no time, you can create a love of fitness and the habit of working out.
My First Trip to the NRCHA World Championship Show - Results
As I reflect on the 2018 reined cow horse show season and get ready for 2019, I’m excited to share my four best tips to horse showing success. After posting my redemption story and the NRCHA Celebration of Champions results article, I was overwhelmed with feelings of gratitude for the support of my friends on social media. Connecting with so many people around the country is the coolest thing ever! You've wished us luck, cried with us, told me I've inspired you to go show, my words are doing a poor job of expressing my gratitude right now.
I feel like giving payback, to help you cut the corners that I had to go through. There’s no better feeling than hearing someone say, “... because of you, I'm going to start showing, I’m going to chase my dreams.”
From Dead Last to Over $22,000 in Earnings - What I Learned in My First Full Year Showing in the NRCHA
A few weeks ago, I shared my redemption story of how I went from dead last at the 2017 AQHA World Show to earning over $22,000 in my first full year showing in the NRCHA. When I finished up that story, we were heading to the NRCHA Celebration of Champions in Fort Worth, Texas.
Today, I want to let you know how it went. Stay tuned for my next post because I also want to share my four best tips for horse showing success that anyone can apply, no matter what level of horse showing or competing you're at.
From February 19-22, 2019, I showed in Fort Worth, Texas at the John Justin Arena in the Will Rogers Memorial Center. Being in that place was an experience in itself. Holy cow!
Today, I’m excited to share my redemption story. It’s the story of how I went from finishing dead last at the 2017 AQHA World Show to earning over $22,000 in prize money, two saddles, 11 buckles and a butt load of cool prizes, my first year showing in the NRCHA.