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Houston was hard for me. From day one I had so much to learn. the first month was a lot of tears, and well the whole experience was just a big learning curve. I learned some valuable things that I took to florida with me. the main things I focused on was to be organized, respectful to others, and to be selfless. my first week in florida was easy because I took everything I learned in Houston with me to Florida. I was greeted by 2 wonderful working students, and we watched movies and went to dinner together. I had never had a working student say to me” I wish I could ride ike you. your a beautiful rider” from the start I knew I was surrounded by lovely people. my first day I rode Marco, and was told I could show him very soon. I worked with cece. a horse who wasn’t alway treated very well, and I am excited to change her. fallen a 5 year old very fancy but needs work on the connection. cece were already on my list to get in the show ring! when  buyers came I rode Marco and he was lovely. Erin gave me a big hug and told me ” I love you I needed you in my life!  im so happy you are here!!” my second day I galloped in the field with Marco and fell off when he tripped. I thought I wold be in big trouble as I saw him gallop to the barn, but Erin told me “my top riders always fall off there first week.” so I was in the clear! I rode 4 horses Monday, and my list is filled with lovey young horses to bring up. my first week was thrilling but the feeding overwhelmed me. on Sunday I was a little homesick, and missing dazzle like crazy, but I knew I was in the right place. without Houston the first week would have been really rough for me. I was most scared that  my roomies wouldn’t like me, but we got along great! I can’t wait to see whats to come in the future.

Here’s me Marco galloping, and me landing on the grass haha

By Skye Simpson Dressage Shares Insight on the Sport

Skye Simpson is an FEI Dressage & Natural Horsemanship Trainer located in Banning, California.

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