Showtime is finished and everyone is back in their routine of life. Braydon in school and Den back riding at home.
I am proud to say it all went well. Braydon ending up top half of his class and Dennis' two
horses ended up in the top 25.
Cheryl has exchanged the Bay mustang for Jacob
the black horse. We are certain this will be a great partnership for them both.
To God be the glory for the life lessons we will all take from the experience of the last 100 days. We pray we all have grown in many ways and look forward to what area of our lives that will be richly blessed because of it.
Thank you all who have supported us on the journey. Our prayers goes out to you and yours.
Each class had a walk through before hand to
ensure the understanding of pattern directions.
Then they answer any questions.
This picture is one of the youth walk throughs.
Gus.... we first arrived Gus became quit a hand full. I rode him for awhile and tired to get him to accept where he was but he was determined to stay on high alert.
Jacob... is stepping up to the challenge and is probably going to be the highest placing horse
of the three.
Isaiah 35.... is as accepting things very well. He is trying everthing I ask him to do. He has alot of admires because of the way he carrys himself.
Scout........ and Braydon are also doing very well. Scout is trying very hard to do everything
Braydon ask him to do. Those two have a special bond.
Keep posted for further updates..........
We have blinked and all of a sudden the last 100 days are gone. We are loading the trailer and
preparing for the drive to Fort Worth. I think we have every inch covered with things in the
trailer and truck. We left early Tuesday morning and drove to Ringling, OK, where we spent
the night at Bill Riddles Cutting Horses.
Scott Lesmasters graciously brought a message to Hope Givers Cowboy Church Tuesday
evening while we were traveling. Thank You Scott and Marcy we greatly appreciate it.
We unloaded horses at Bill's and had plans of working them but dark had overtaken us
so we got a room and were out bright and early Wednesday morning. Braydon had a good
day at Bill's accomplishing a nice lope on the lounge line. I rode the 3 horses and worked
the flag and we all had a nice visit with Bill and Ann.
We then loaded and headed to Fort Worth. First time for Braydon in Texas.
Arrived, unloaded settled horses in and attended the trainers meeting.