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Monday, January 27, 2014

My Equine Bucket List

I don't know why I like them so much but I am a big fan of bucket lists. I tend to write them up, imagining the things I want to accomplish and see before I don't have the opportunity anymore. This morning, I found this AMAZING video on Facebook of what's called "working equitation". I will let it speak for itself!


The dedication... stamina, athleticism, precision and freaking horsemanship in this video is fan-freaking-tastic.


Anyways, it led me to think about my horse-related bucket list because, you guessed it, andalusians are on it! (You might recognize that my love for them comes from my love of Spanish Normans.) So without any further ado, not necessarily related to my goals for my own horses, and in no particular order....

Amanda's Equine Bucket List


  • Ride an Andalusian
  • Ride a Friesian
  • Gallop on the beach
  • Learn how to work cattle
  • Learn how to be a teamster
  • See Cavalia or one of the associated shows
  • Meet a Sable Island horse
  • Canter bareback
  • Visit the Spanish Riding School
  • Clinic with Buck Brannaman
  • Learn from Carolyn Resnick
  • Facilitate or volunteer at an equestrian camp for at risk youth
  • Introduce children to horses
  • Volunteer for a therapeutic riding facility
  • Participate in an overnight trail ride, complete with a chuckwagon and picket lines
  • Attend the World Equestrian Games (if it ends up getting awarded to Bromont, this is possible!)
  • Go horse trekking in Ireland or Scotland
I feel like more things will be added to this, so stay tuned and if - no, when I cross each item off, I'll share with you!

Tell me in the comments - what's on your equine bucket list?

3 comments:

  1. I would add
    Work with a wild horse
    Go to the Windsor Horse Show (UK)
    Jump a full wire fence on a hunt
    Break in my own young horse

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