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Rosin Back Riding and Vualting

In May, we traveled to Chicago for a Night of Amazing Horses performance. We traveled early to do some training. One of the things we worked on was vualting and rosin back riding. We rode a big creamello draft horse named Sugar. Sugar was donated to the equine extremist organization by Chris Penrod. Creamello is a very rare color for horses. When we were riding, we wore a belt around our waist attasched to a cable. A spotter controlled the cable and caught you, if you fell. I had ridden Puddles standing up on a vualting pad, but Sugar is much bigger with a much bigger stride. It was really cool. Thank You Tommie & Thank You Chris Penrod (for providing such an awesome horse!)



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