Throwin’ it back to the 2010 lesson horse days, when apparently I couldn’t sit a chip.
I kinda feel bad though because this horse was being ridden by like 6 riders per class in the division, which is like 30 classes so by the time she got to this point she was super tired and I was struggling really hard to get her to go forward, so she chipped really badly. I can’t remember why I was actually showing her because we did not usually get along at all, so the fact I only fell off once and that she show went this well is pretty impressive tbh.
(2) Melis Yalvac is probably one of the best equine photographers of her generation. In Italy, she studied architecture and classical dancing. Her natural sense for geometry and beauty has remained and is recognisable in each of her pictures. “I’m always looking for a little bit of magic in my photos and always try to give the feeling of what I’m photographing, whether it is free or ridden horses, in any discipline. I want to get people who don’t deal with horses to fall in love with them.”