20 comments on “Best Recovery Of The Week

    • What really amazes me, if you look closely at the second to last shot, the stirrups are practically under her! How did she get her feet back into them, while cantering, in a 90 degree turn and go over the next jump!?! I would have been on my rear before the horse landed after the jump! πŸ™‚

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    • LOL I agree. I wish I got the whole horse in the shots. Originally I was zoomed in to just get the horse and rider going over the jump. But when I saw her position, I kept on shooting. πŸ™‚

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    • I’m the official photographer of the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park. There are 14 events a season, from May to September. The biggest being the three week long International. This year Longines launched their World Cup tour at Bromont. So I cover everything from regional events to world cup qualifiers.
      Also It’s just going to get busier as the the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games is here in Bromont.
      So basically five months of mayhem. Plus this winter I was invited to shoot down in Florida, so I may be there for a month or two.
      Hey! If you want a working vacation next summer, we are always looking for people! πŸ˜‰

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      • Wow! That IS a lot of shows. I can see how you LIVE and BREATHE these shows. Wonderful. And somewhat exhausting, I’m sure, but still fun. Thinking that one day you may have to make a post of “bloopers”. Um. If the riders will let you πŸ˜‰
        Immediately looked up current weather of Bromont. Looks like a awesome relief from this ridiculous undrelenting -desert-like heat. Doubt it would pay for the flight up there though, but of course it sounds tempting! πŸ™‚

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      • LOL yes it’s 24/7 for 5 months straight. If you did come I would recommend a warm jacket. When my friend from Florida comes, she’s permanently cold. πŸ˜‰

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      • Yep, my blood is all thinned out now, like a lizard, surviving in inhumane temperatures…
        I am born and raised in Sweden though, so the skills to make it in Canada should surface. With some practice, hahaha!

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      • LOL! Well then you were made for Canada! Get up in the morning and go, in your bathrobe, over to the barn to make sure ice hasn’t formed on the water troughs. πŸ˜€

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      • A few humble times per year that I get to participate my self, granted someone will be gracious enough to trailer my horse. In addition, I try to get out monthly to some type of larger show, clinic, or symposium, to stay connected. Wish it was more, as it is a wonderful way of life, but somehow there’s always a family at home to be fed first πŸ™‚

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