Every year there is a big three-day event at Rebecca Farm in Montana. Even though this is only 30 minutes from home (and just across the highway from my school) I have never been able to go, and I’ve lived here for over 7 years!
However, this year I was finally able to check it out. I showed up right after my class, and figured I’d spend an hour or so before heading home to pack for the live show and work on homework.
I ended up staying for over four hours, hahaha.
It was a gorgeous day, but windy and a bit cold. A lot was going on. I mostly wandered around, taking pictures and trying to stay out of the way. I watched some dressage riders in the warm up rings for a while…
This grey was gorgeous:
I also got to watch a few dressage tests in the various arenas. There were several going on all at once.
I liked how several of the riders were smiling the whole time! 😀 According to the schedule these were FEI levels and National Horse Trial levels? I’m not sure, it’s a bit confusing to me.
Novice cross-country was next!
6 thoughts on “Rebecca Farm – Part I”
Ha, you can never stay at a horse show for just an hour, are you mad? 😛
I love the shot of the different combinations all going at once!
Hahaha right! If I get the chance to go next year I’ll be sure to plan ahead! XD
Ooooh I’m so jealous that you’re near Rebecca Farms! I love watching eventing. My old trainer was there competing- I thought it was her in the first picture until I looked a little closer. I can’t wait for more pictures!
Ahh horses. So fun.
OOH I guess you had the experience you have always wanted! I think I have *maybe* heard of Rebecca Farms… XD 😀 🙂
I believe it was a higher level ride, as with every show, there are different levels. Intro Novice Intermediate 1* 2** 3*** 4****