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Elisa Wallace is a 4 star three-day eventer and mustang advocate based out of Jasper, GA. Driven not by what she does, but rather by why she does it, Elisa is highly motivated to represent the United States of America in international competition, and to raise awareness about the thousands of American Mustangs currently in BLM holding facilities, and their potential as athletes in the sport of Three-Day Eventing.
First horse show EVER for baby mustang Emit, and the first show of the season for ‘black dragon’ Johnny (this is how each season begins). The schooling show at the Georgia International Horse in Conyers, GA was great experience for green bean OTTBs Henri and Indy as well. I learned the ‘ice bag trick’ from[…]
After torturing children during a clinic at Free Form Farm in Cumming, Georgia I work a little bit with an off the track thoroughbred that hadn’t been worked much since a trailer accident a year and a half ago. Back at Rock Creek Farms, Astro (aka Mr. Star of the Night) gets worked in the[…]
This last week was hard. I lost a horse to a freak pasture accident. But life moves on. No better way to process and work through the range of emotions associated with the loss of a horse than to spend a weekend teaching a group of eager students. The clinic at Rolling Hills Stable at[…]
Such a sad day today. I lost one of my horses due to a freak pasture accident. RIP Phamous. Condolences to Rosemarie Spillane, his owner. I helped pick out his sire and was there from his day of birth. 8 years later we were finally ready to get you competing. We had exciting plans coming[…]
Indy (aka Indiana Chrome) and Henri (aka Heron’s Waltz) compete at the Rocking Horse Fall Horse Trials in Altoona, FL. Bright Water (aka ‘Teddy’) gets worked. I continue my quest to improve my sleep with a search for the perfect pillow.
Henri earns second place in the eventing division at the Thoroughbred Makeover and is rewarded with his favorite feed from Buckeye Nutrition. I try on some new safety equipment (‘shoulder bras’) thanks to my friends at Soteria Equestrian Safety. I blow a trailer tire an hour away from home.
Pocket sneezes…A LOT! I pick up a new old trailer. Indy goes schooling and gets REALLY good at breaking lead ropes.
Indy is going to be quite a nice horse for the future, and I’m excited to see how he progresses. Joey gets a flashlight. Timothy and I celebrate our anniversary by visiting the World of Coca-Cola and eating at Gunshow, an Atlanta restaurant recently opened by Kevin Gillespie of Top Chef fame.
Ozzie ‘graduates’ and is sent home to his owner, Ginny Grigsby. I buy a new horse, an off the track thoroughbred named First Chant, whom I call Joey. Henri finally learns how to sit. This is probably the mot difficult video I’ve had to make, and is dedicated to my nana Frank Drummond Youngblood, who[…]