“Every time I’m privileged enough to ride around our lanes and see a young girl or boy stare up with that look in their eyes, I always ask if they want to come over and say hi.” Read the rest of blogger contest finalist Jess Crandon’s Round Two submission!
“But deep down, that horse crazy girl is still inside. Living vicariously through others. Those of us blessed with our horses’ breath upon us each day should stand a bit straighter, hold our heads higher and carry her with us.” Read the rest of Sophia McKee’s Round Two entry!
“I brought him up close and personal to the event and let him get his hands dirty. Suddenly he had a first-hand experience in the horse world and it actually meant something to him.” Read the rest of Carson Nelson’s Round Two entry here!
“Sometimes I wonder where he would be with a more dedicated rider. I wonder if he would be leg-yielding yet, or starting over crossrails. Maybe. But I doubt he would care about any of that.” Read the rest of HN Blogger Contest finalist Victoria Shields’ Round One entry here!
“I told him about my horse passion, and that I hadn’t been around them for a year. That’s when he dropped the big one. ‘My mom has a horse.'” Enjoy the Round One submission from HN blogging contest finalist Sara Shelley!
“I don’t know about you, but I grew up absolutely obsessed with the movie Spirit. Fast forward fifteen years and I am the proud owner of a BLM mustang of my very own!” Carson Nelson, HN Blogger Contest finalist, finds a few moments of film imitating real life.
“’I do not need another horse. I do not need another horse,’ I muttered to myself as I saved the instructions for placing a phone bid.” Blogger Contest finalist Sophia McKee’s desire to find a diamond in the rough to polish for the sport of endurance is an adventure in itself…
“Teammates frantically shake their heads behind your back as an unsuspecting newbie asks about the framed picture on your desk.” Enjoy the Round One submission from HN Blogger Contest finalist Jessica Crandon!