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A House on a Hill
I'm a web/graphic designer and photographer entrenched in the equestr..
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When I first got into eventing, the year was 2002. My ride was a hotter-than-hell Irish Sport Horse mare who was the definition of a fire- ..read more
A House on a Hill by Britt - 1M ago
2019 was the year of… everything. It was amazing. I accomplished things I’d not thought possible. It was hard. Not only did I work my ..read more
So, last week was bananas and I’m lucky to find 5 min today to recap part 1 of our second Championship adventure of the year. First, a ..read more
I won’t lie, I had a pretty looming sense of anxiety leading up to the Boyd Martin clinic. Despite only having signed up for showjumping ..read more
First of all, let this post be a secondary declaration of my amateur status, which will not be in question (not that it ever was) after ..read more
My absence recently hasn’t been due to lack of riding, I can tell you guys that! And since this last weekend included our [soft] move up ..read more
Showjumping followed pretty darn close to dressage, and basically I had just enough time to wander into the showjumping ring and look ..read more
The Blue Ridge Horse Trials were the second recognized horse trials to go on the calendar at Tryon, and it was exciting to not only have a ..read more
This week has been… busy. So while I want to get started on the next show recap, I’d much rather share a bunch of pretty [ish] photos ..read more
Probably the thing that stressed me out the most about my trip to Kentucky was the trailer ride. It was 8.5 hours through lots of twisty ..read more

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