Wamzy!

Ask me anything   Rachel. 21. Equestrian. Maryland. Hood College. Psychology major. Studio Art minor
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    Trainer:Yes! Yes!
    Trainer:I love it! Yes!
    Trainer:Keep going, keep going!
    Trainer:Perfect! Amazing! Beautiful!
    Trainer:Yes!
    Trainer:...
    Trainer:oh
    Trainer:you lost it
    — 2 weeks ago with 818 notes
    My trusty steed for the 4th of July, Shane!
All riding staff got to run around to all the units on horseback to wake up everyone. It was so much fun! I wish we could do this once a session so all the campers can experience it (and so I can do it again, of course (: )

    My trusty steed for the 4th of July, Shane!

    All riding staff got to run around to all the units on horseback to wake up everyone. It was so much fun! I wish we could do this once a session so all the campers can experience it (and so I can do it again, of course (: )

    — 2 weeks ago with 1 note
    #equestrian 

    rollback-right:

    There’s always that one horse in the barn where everyone is just

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    (via theeventingblog)

    — 3 weeks ago with 645 notes

    Even though today was a day off that I spent with people from camp instead of going home, I still really feel like I belong with anyone here. Everyone has their friends that they look forward to seeing and hanging out with all day, and I just don’t feel like I’m anyone’s person. 

    I went out with 3 other girls from camp today and they just talked about One Direction for a majority of the time and I couldn’t really jump in the conversation because I’m not a huge One Direction fan like they are. I kinda felt like a taxi the whole day. I don’t mind driving people, just as long as I feel like I’m apart of the group, you know? I don’t really think they knew how left out I was feeling, so I don’t blame them too much. 

    It also doesn’t help that I feel like my best friend at home really doesn’t want to make an effort to see me either. Every time I’ve tried to get her to come to Frederick so we can see each other, it’s always too far or she’s too busy. I’m sorry if I don’t want to be on the road for almost 3 hours to get to Baltimore and another 3 back to get back to camp. I really don’t feel like being on the road for 6 hours on my day off. That’s not fair to make me do all the driving to come see her. 

    I don’t know. I just feel kind of unwanted by the people who I want to be around me, you know? I want all my camp co-workers to be friends with me. And yes, I know that sounds a bit extreme, but I at least want to have a group where I fit in with and shit. I want my best friend to make an effort and see me instead of making me feel guilty when I don’t come and drive to see her. 

    For once, I want to be completely content with my life and not feel completely depressed.

    — 3 weeks ago with 1 note
    #personal 
    Meet my project pony, Pepper!
While at camp, all the riding staff got to choose a horse to have as their project pony for the summer. We get one hour a day to ride them and work with them to make them more “rideable” for camp. I’d ridden Pepper a couple times during pre-camp and I loved him :) Super happy I get to spend the rest of the summer working with this goob :)
My first objective is working on downward transitions because he loves to go! He has no problem with his upward transitions..haha He flows very easily upwards, but gets very strong once in the canter and he’s hard to bring down. So hopefully by the end of the summer, he’ll be more responsive to coming down out of the canter :)

    Meet my project pony, Pepper!

    While at camp, all the riding staff got to choose a horse to have as their project pony for the summer. We get one hour a day to ride them and work with them to make them more “rideable” for camp. I’d ridden Pepper a couple times during pre-camp and I loved him :) Super happy I get to spend the rest of the summer working with this goob :)

    My first objective is working on downward transitions because he loves to go! He has no problem with his upward transitions..haha He flows very easily upwards, but gets very strong once in the canter and he’s hard to bring down. So hopefully by the end of the summer, he’ll be more responsive to coming down out of the canter :)

    — 3 weeks ago
    #equestrian