I finally did it. Decided to update my website, which hasn't been done since the Summer of 2008. With all the traffic lately (in excess of 100 page views per day on many of my pages, which has translated into many people seeking me out to contact me for services), it was about time. While the site isn't uploaded yet, I am getting close. What a job!! So, hang in there, it will be done some time this weekend, in between working horses and giving lessons ~ at least I hope it will. ;)
Today I figured with all the website work I have been putting in, it would be difficult, though not impossible, to write a topic. So, this is going to be short and sweet. While I am at it, I might as well promote what we have going on.
Each month the Sunlit Farm Training Services newsletter contains three articles on training and related subject matter, plus a couple of other informative and educational columns. Email me if you'd like a subscription, there are already a number of folks receiving it (we mail it free to clients). In the process of the website revamping, I am working on getting all of the previous newsletter editions uploaded, but it's a long drawn out process. We have a total of 34 issues in print thus far, meaning I have to convert them all and get them on the website!
Also, every so often I am contributing to the "Horse Talk" column in the Victor Valley Daily Press Newspaper. This is an incredible honor, and I am delighted to have been chosen to answer 'Ask The Trainer' questions.
We have already been given the date for the Sun Country Horsemen's Association Awards Banquet ~ it will be Saturday, December 12, 2009. No further information is available yet, such as a starting time or location but I will keep you all posted. By all means if you are in the area let me know and I'll get you on the guest list. Partying with us in celebration of our spectacular show year will be incredible fun!!
No date is set at this time for the Mojave River Valley Horsemen's Association Awards Banquet, however I will post that info as soon as it is determined.
I wanted to personally extend a huge thank you to both of these local organizations for putting on fabulous horse show series' and giving us all a place to show our horses with class and dignity, as well as offering really cool prizes. Please, locals, support these clubs so they will be around for future generations to enjoy.