Friday, March 20, 2009

Stage Fright!, the video

13 comments:

Flying Cowgirl said...

I'm so glad you got that video. It was great to follow along with you and Steve Holt!

Jessie said...

Tracey, Steve Holt! did great! You have nothing to worry about! That is a performance I would have been proud to have done! You were so soft and kept your cool. I could tell he was nervous but you stayed calm for him and got him through it. Well done!

Linda said...

Awesome! You can see his trust in you and the relationship there!!

jane augenstein said...

Tracey I think you and Steve Holt! did a wonderful job. I would have been scared to death being in front of a lot of people but you looked very cool and calm. I think your boy did very well!! Yippee to you both!!!
XO
Jane

Jeanette said...

woooo hoooo!!! Nicely Done!!! Steve Holt!'s performance was one many experienced horsemen would envy! He handled the distractions like a seasoned pro! Now I really wish I could be there!!!

Shirley said...

That wasn't so bad! He did darn good for his first time out, and I got a chuckle at him watching the cattle going up the alley when you were lifting his feet; he did really well at not leavin'town!

Kathy C said...

Very very nicely done.

Connie Peterson said...

Most impressive!!! Good luck with the rest of the contest!!!!

Anonymous said...

AWW you guys did great!!!!! We are so proud of you!!

froglander said...

You guys did awesome today(friday)!! He looked so calm and relaxed out there, way to go!!!!!!

Andrea said...

Tracey, where are you? You've got to come tell everyone how well you did for the riding part! You two were AWESOME!!!!

allhorsestuff said...

Awesome!!!Jules from Equinemine and I watched you on Friday eve!
I am so enthrawled with this whole process...wish I had a facility to do this myself..what a lovely process and begining for those horses!HE IS A BEAUTY!
Kac

VRHrider said...

Hey Tracey! I'm not seeing the disaster!!!! :-) You and Steve Holt! did an AWESOME job! The trust he has in you is amazing--I loved that, when you backed through the poles, that he looked to you for reassurance, instead of being afraid of doing something wrong. You were the clear WINNER in my book!
Karen & Ranger