Hi! I’m Terisé—a young 20-something living in New England and trying to survive the amateur adult equitation and hunters with her Oldenburg gelding, Axcent. Welcome to my blog about my adventures in breeches and boat shoes!
Sometimes you just need a simple question and answer post to blog without feeling like you’re really blogging. Lazyness, am I right? Thank you to Amanda at $900 Facebook Pony for these fun questions! Is this considered blogging clickbait? Is that a thing? Why horses? Why not a sane sport, like soccer or softball or curling? […]
Better late than never, right? This summer was brutal and busy to say the least—I spent half of it traveling for work and the other half melting in the high heat and humidity that refused to go away. Even with reduced riding time, A few favorite things came out of Summer 2018. Epona Tiger’s Tongue […]
If you read my last post about WEG, you knew this was coming. Really though, if you have read any of this blog, you’d know that I have a slight shopping problem and that this was definitely coming. WEG Paraphernalia One of the first things I did upon getting to the Tryon International Equestrian Center was head […]
You know those moments when you pause, look around, and realize how lucky you are to be where you are standing? That was me when I found myself leaning against the fence of the dressage arena, camera and media badge in hand, at the Tryon International Equestrian Center as Laura Graves and Verdades passaged their […]
When you’re in New England, what is a better way to spend a sunny Saturday than driving up to the Vermont Summer Festival? There isn’t! Before my summer schedule got busy with work traveling, a group of friends and I headed north, to the green mountains, for one of the Festival’s weekly grand prix classes. […]
For as long as I’ve had Ax, he has seen the chiropractor at least once a year (lucky horse!), but after last winter’s Mystery Lameness and the muscle atrophy that came with it, I made him an appointment with a highly recommended vet who includes acupuncture as part of the process. Since then, Ax has […]