Flower pots are done. Fingers crossed they fill out nice this year. Also found a pail that fit in the crossing signal. Should have planted wavy petunias but I was to cheap to pay the price. Hubby suggested planting something that would vine. Only thing can think of are sweet peas & they usually grow good from seed. Guess will have to bring the old galvanized water tank in from the farm next spring.
Please share pics of your flowers
He's done about 12 trick lessons this year so far - I tend not to do any trick training with him outside of public lessons as I use him as my starter horse to show how you start teaching each trick. He does the start of bowing, jambette and lying down but it's only a few minutes he does each time on each - however he'll soon be doing them I think!
Yeah.... He has a lot of new people on him doing trick lessons, so it's incredibly important to me his specific cues are on point all the time.
Solo is also coming on nicely!
We have quite a few evening demos and camps we've been invited to - I haven't taken Solo out for these yet only Sparks, but Solo feels ready enough to start doing some training demos now so he has his first one next week at a large equestrian centre not too far away! Fingers crossed he's good, though his job in my sessions is to be the green, 'unedited' training horse so there's no real stress on him.