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One of the shots that has always been on my photography bucket list has been to capture a beautiful stallion showing off by rearing - and I achieved that with this pic of Tivaci! It wasn't exactly dif...
One of the shots that has always been on my photography bucket list has been to capture a beautiful stallion showing off by rearing - and I achieved that with this pic of Tivaci! It wasn't exactly dif...
This is the first black background I've attempted. The original photo was not a shot set-up for this kind of edit, but I played around with it anyway and discovered it looked best as a black and white...
This is the first black background I've attempted. The original photo was not a shot set-up for this kind of edit, but I played around with it anyway and discovered it looked best as a black and white...
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Retraining a Racehorse - Moonfire (Week 1)
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I am going to type up, in detail, all my experiences with retraining Moonfire. I'm going to tell you what I did and when, what the results were, what my thoughts were, what Moonfire's progression is and so on. I hope to ...
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A New Flame - Chapter Ten - The End of the Beginning
20th Jul 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Elijah sat down on the couch beside her and took a sip. He felt Jane sigh and set the mug down on the coffee table in front of them. She turned to him and her sleepy blue eyes met his. Her wild blonde curls were a mess, but yet completely perfect at the same time. A few stray hai ...
A New Flame - Chapter Nine - Rising From the Ashes
19th Jul 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
He took the stirrup, slid into the familiar, soft leather of the saddle and bumped the gelding’s sides with his boots. Aquillo broke into a jog, then a canter, then a gallop. Elijah felt the rush of cold air on his face as Aquillo thundered down the path towards Noah’s tree. When ...
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A New Flame - Chapter Eight - Uncovering Old Feelings
14th Jul 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
A few moments passed before Jane glanced up at the stairs. She heard the familiar creak of the shower as the water turned on. Her heart pounded a little quicker in her chest. She found herself standing and heading towards the door. Her bare feet hit the weathered wood of the porc ...
A New Flame - Chapter Seven - Playing With Fire
11th Jul 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
The ride back was quiet, but peaceful. She enjoyed Elijah’s company, even without speaking his presence was calming and comforting to her. She was glad that he was with her to revisit Noah’s tree. A part of her felt that she had found closure with her past and another part of her ...
A New Flame - Chapter Six - Noahs Tree
8th Jul 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Jane took in a deep breath of earth. The air that filled her lungs smelled of soft, earthy dirt and fresh greenery. The woods felt alive around them. The occasional silk of a spider’s web draped between branches glittered as the sun struck it. It looked almost like decoration. Th ...
A New Flame - Chapter Five - Falling Backwards
4th Jul 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Jane’s chest collapsed in on her heart, as if it was bearing a thousand pounds. A sick, eerie feeling quickly filled her stomach as her mind spun around his words and worked to unravel them. Her thoughts became one tangled mess of incomprehensible words and phrases that she could ...
A New Flame - Chapter Four - The Sudden Twist
1st Jul 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Elijah rubbed his forehead with his hand and ran his fingers through his hair and over his neck. 'I visited you in the hospital after the accident.' He admitted softly. 'Why would you do that? I didn’t even know you before the other day.' Jane began to unravel thoughts in her ...
A New Flame - Chapter Three - Getting Caught in the Rain
28th Jun 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
The truck eased back on the road slowly. Jane peeked out the window to see a dark piece of sky through the trees above them. Just as Elijah turned onto the next road, a loud rumble of thunder filled the air and shook the ground. Jane’s wide blue eyes met Elijah’s. He smiled bi ...
A New Flame - Chapter Two - Bonding Over Breakfast
27th Jun 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Jane danced down the mahogany staircase with grace. Her perky blonde curls bounced and slapped against her back until she came to a sudden halt. Her icy blue eyes fixed on the man at their kitchen table. 'Good morning,' Elijah greeted her, noticing Jane’s alarmed appearance. J ...
A New Flame - Chapter One - A New Beginning
23rd Jun 2014   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Jane slid her hands down on the leather reins and tightened each of her fingers into fists. The oxer approached quickly, her hands raised up the mare’s neck, she lifted out of the saddle. Jane felt the powerful take-off, sending them both into the air. The mid-air suspension seem ...
White Ash Part 2 - A Sakia Short Story
13th Aug 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Unbridled Sakia
Sakia knew that they would never be able to go back to the forest and that the humans were the reason her home was gone. She was determined to get revenge on whoever destroyed her quaint little woods and turned it into white ash. She swore she would find and burn them, showing th ...
Sakia's Beginning - A Sakia Short Story
16th Jul 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Unbridled Sakia
There was a heavy rain falling around the white and black mare as she stumbles and struggles to get to the shelter of the palace, her brown eyes glowing to show her the way. She could feel the sharp pain in her stomach, a sorts of ripping as she felt the slightest kick against he ...
Sky's Song - A Sakia Short Story
7th Jul 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Unbridled Sakia
Sky's eyes glowed brightly as the dark world around him tried despairingly to take the light away from him. When he saw her his eyes bulged, as he watched her take a shallow breath. Sakia felt a presence near her but the world had gone black long ago. The mare's black eyes wer ...
Still Burning - Chapter Thirteen - The Final Chapter
19th May 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
It was the day after Andrew's funeral that she had decided she was going to ride Aquillo for the first time since he died. She sat there on her bed with her arms around her knees, deep in thought, when she felt a chill from the open window. She stood and sauntered to her dresser ...
Still Burning - Chapter Twelve - The First Step
13th May 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
The smell of meatloaf and apple crisp seeped out of the open windows and mixed to fill her nose with its sweet aroma, making her stomach growl. Jane twirled a tiny purple flower between her fingertips, watching its petals spin like a dancer’s skirt. She picked the petals from it ...
Still Burning - Chapter Eleven - Falling Down
7th May 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
To go back in time and stop the semi from hitting his truck, to go back in time and stall him just a few seconds and save his life by just facing her father, to go back in time and take back every horrible thing she ever said to him, to spend just another second with him, Jane wo ...
Still Burning - Chapter Ten - The Accident
3rd May 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Jane opened her eyes slowly. She was underwater. Voices from the surface became clearer and clearer. She could not make out what she was seeing. Everything was loud but undistinguishable. Her ears rang, a high pitched note made her head begin to ache. She blinked, the images beca ...
Still Burning - Chapter Nine - Andrew's Story
28th Apr 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
After school one day, I was running a little late while I was putting my books in my locker. For the first time since my dad went into the hospital, I noticed my baseball glove at the top of my locker. It had been untouched for months. Right then I thought, today is the day. Mayb ...
Still Burning - Chapter Eight - Noah's Tree
24th Apr 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Jane stepped on the edge of her jeans and slipped down a stair. She gasped and quickly reached for the railing to save herself but Andrew had already caught her. They froze for a moment and Jane very slowly and very carefully grabbed his arms and pulled herself back up as quietly ...
Still Burning - Chapter Seven - Happy Together
20th Apr 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Will watched as Andrew ran around the barn, pushing Jane on the pile of the hay in the wheel barrel. Hay was flying out and being strewn around the yard and on their clothes. She screamed and laughed loudly. From the distance Jane’s parents watched, they could not see what Andrew ...
Still Burning - Chapter Six - The Way Of The River
15th Apr 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Andrew’s smile grew into a grin where she could count almost all of his perfect teeth. When Andrew leaned back and laid his head down next to hers, she felt completely content. What more could she ask for? She couldn't care less that mosquitoes poked at her skin, or that her hair ...
Still Burning - Chapter Five - Breaking Through
11th Apr 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
Jane shook her head and forced herself to forget about Andrew... and the way he did that little half smile thing and part of his lip curled upwards and the way their eyes would meet from across the table but they both pretended not to be looking at each other and the way his big ...
Still Burning - Chapter Four - A Change in Direction
5th Apr 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
In all of Jane’s anger, frustration, and hate she felt a completely new passion as Andrew kissed her. In the same moment, instantaneously, they connected. Before she realized it, she was wrapping her arms around his neck. He ran his fingers through her hair, around her ear, makin ...
Still Burning - Chapter Three - The Charity Case
1st Apr 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
“Jane?” her mother asked at the sound of the screen door opening. The only reply was the sound of Jane’s boots stomping up the stairs to her room. Elise sighed and glanced up from the sink, out the window at the boy standing on their porch. He tore his gloves from his hands and s ...
Still Burning - Chapter Two - Tempers Rising
26th Mar 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
As Jane peered into his stall at the sad, depressed, shady figure in the corner, she felt pangs of guilt. The horse that used to be so energetic and full of life hadn't been ridden since Noah left. She couldn't help but feel a tugging at her heart when she thought about how happy ...
Still Burning - Chapter One - The Rude Awakening
21st Mar 2013   |   Horse Fiction   |   Moose
“So Mom, I was thinking, we should paint the bunkhouse green. You know so it matches trim on the-” As Jane looked up after taking off her boots her voice stopped but her mouth hung open. She glanced from her mother to her father in utter confusion. After a long, uncomfortable sil ...
Old Joe - Chapter 5
10th Nov 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   mosquito
I couldn’t believe my eyes. For having been so little there before, it looked like a whole town had been turned inside out. Ben shook his head, and walked down to the trail slowly, carefully, picking out way around what was now debris but doubtless once had been the treasures of ...
To Win The Triple Crown - Epilogue
31st Oct 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   Stay Untamed
After the Belmont I go into retirement. My legs were apparently damaged. When I ran the Belmont, I damaged them even more. I finally had to get surgery in my front right leg. Swiss comes with me to the breeding barn. We get stalls next to each other and we get put into the pas ...
To Win The Triple Crown - Part 5 - The Belmont
24th Oct 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   Stay Untamed
As Marie heats my legs again that night, the vet, Amy, comes and checks them. She seems happy that the heat wraps are working and says it's a good sign. I hope so; I want to run this race for myself and for Marie. I want to win for Eric and Bill. I want to win for myself, to prov ...
To Win The Triple Crown - Part 4 - The Preakness
17th Oct 2012   |   Horse Fiction   |   Stay Untamed
I start to jog a little next to the guide as we get closer to the gates. When we do, I'm number seven again, so I have to wait as the horses in front of me load in. One horse, a bay, refuses to go in. The jockey has to get off, then he gets into the gate. The jockey remounts him ...
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