Horse Inspection at Live Oak

Waiting for the jog

Competitors checked in and picked up their packets today.  Obstacles were open for inspection, so competitors were happy walking the hazards.  The temperatures were in the 70s – very pleasant.  The big event today was the Horse Inspection which started at 3 p.m.  With so many four-in-hands it takes quite a while.  Deb Laderoute, David Saunders and Bill Long each had horses spun  by the jury, headed by Diana Brownlie. 

Scott Monroe and Shadow

The area at Live Oak for the Horse Inspection is very lovely.  Live Oaks provide shade for both horses and humans and is much appreciated.  The Spanish Moss hanging from their limbs makes a very tranquil setting.   T.D. Philip Bateman commented on the site as being very satisfactory. 

Chester Weber

Chester Weber has always impressed me with the way he presents his horses to the judges.

Bill Long

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2 responses to “Horse Inspection at Live Oak

  1. Ann!
    The blog was wonderful~!! Unfortunatly, I didn’t discover it until today. And, please tell Richard and Mike thatb the live scoring was amazing. Thank you all. By the way, your new camera seem to be fine.

  2. Ann!
    The blog was wonderful~!! Unfortunatly, I didn’t discover it until today. And, please tell Richard and Mike that the live scoring was amazing. Thank you all. By the way, your new camera seem to be fine.

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