|Sally relaxes to review XC courses|
And no worries if you missed it or are itching to see Sally's review of your ride. Just like the Judge-A-Test Demo on Thursday, a recorded version will be posted as soon as it's processed. And the channel will keep rolling tomorrow as our first T3DE horse steps out on Phase A at 9:00 AM EST. You can also find a link straight from USEA (THANKS!!!!) along with the latest press here.
You've no doubt noticed my attempts at keeping up in our Instagram widget at the top of the homepage, but phenomenal helper, Erica, has been keeping our live Twitter coverage rolling. Follow the action here.
You can always hit the left sidebar HOTC logo anytime to access our list of awesome sponsors, event schedule, hotc3day social media channels, article links, live scores & much much more!
That's about all the words left in me at this point, as I'll be stuffing my pockets with radios early tomorrow morning, resuming my annual post as Radio Control for Phases A, B, & C for Endurance Day. Phase D (the cross-country jumping course itself) will remain in the expert hands of JJ Johnson, Radio Goddess (you can find all our staff, clinician, & official bios in the program here).
So....hey look, shiny pictures!! (Much more to come, including "I get to meet Nicole, aka Eventing at Midnight, who's joined us as a volunteer/prize helper from VA this weekend!!" & life is revived after I got my Becky Holder hug, snif...)
|Prizes: Beka of The Owls Approve strikes gold again, making mroe perfect bracelets!|
|Kim & Accolade offer a Training leg yield for clinician critique|
|Judges Wayne Quarles (headset) & Peter Gray talk through Kim's test with tips for watching riders|
|I walked the T3DE course with head clinician, Carol Kozlowski (blue, right), while CD Tremaine Cooper, started the N3DE group (white polo, left)|
|New carvings from chainsaw artist & epic person, Randy Boni, decorate the T log into the Riding Warehouse water complex, ready for action!|
|Sponsor coordinator represents, thanks to Julie @ RW for the hat & Beka's darling charms for my boys from 2015, all with our fantastic cover shot by Brant Gamma Photography|
|Priceless prizes: signed books filled with timeless horsemanship wisdom from |
|...Doug Payne's brilliantly organized Repair Manual...|
|...and Sally herself donated a note, charming beyond measure!|
|Dressage bridles, valued at $250, from our announcer, Charles Pinnell, who also represents Schneider's Saddlery|