Monday, September 30, 2013

Mustang Million 2013 Good-news, Bad-news, Sad-news

The Mustang Million was an extremely eventful week for my sisters and mom and our friends.  Although this week brought a lot of good accomplishments we also had a loss.  At the beginning of the competition Prince Ali became ill and died the following day...this was extremely heartbreaking new for all of us.  He was an amazing horse and I am so proud of Virginia for what she had accomplished.  Virginia has had a very long week up in Fort Worth but I am nevertheless proud of what she has done for and with Ali.  This was her first time competing in the Mustang Makeover and she and Ali I was sure would make top ten they were truly one-of-a-kind AMAZING.  RIP Aladdin.  You were truly "Something Special."
 Jennifer on-the-other-hand with Larry did great!  I couldn't be more proud of her!  She place so well in all her classes.  Even got 3rd in her age division and 19th out of 100 over-all.  She truly is becoming a great young horse-woman at only 12 years old.  Just wait until she's 16!  She'll blow us all away!
Jennifer and Larry
 Sarah and Eli are an amazing young pair that my sisters made friend with over the course of the competition. These two were titled Reserve Champions and they did an amazing job from what my sisters told me!
Sarah and Eli
Jennifer and Larry's 3rd place!

Chillin' in the Stalls
 So I thought my family was getting to have the time of their life up in Fort Worth without me.  So I was so blessed to get to come down and watch the Legends Finals with them the last night.  It was truly a one-of-a-kind performance!
My family

Setting up.

Dan James and his Mustang
 My former mentor came into the free-styles performance 7th out of over 200 people!  So happy for her and her little mustang.
Miranda Lyons in her finals performance.

Jennifer and Larry

Pattern Class

Trail Class

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