Jordan’s Blog: May 5th, 2013
My horse teacher challenged me and my friends to ride our horses without bridles for the next month. I have been working with my horse for a long time. My horse’s name is Grace. We also ride with no hands, no feet in stirrups and eyes closed to help us balance. It’s neat because when my eyes are closed, Grace still knows where to go. My little sister, Olivia wanted to give an update too because she’s been working a lot with Griz.
I have really bonded with Griz. I have been walking her, feeding her, taking her outside to play, training her to sit and lay down, and come. I’ve been giving her treats when she does good and playing with toys with her. I’ve been going with her to her doctor visits. We had a doggie play date where she played with another dog that is her friend. I protect Griz from our pet peacock – the peacock likes to scare Griz. Griz has been doing really good.
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