Sailor having fun at the ADT in Prescott this last weekend. It was the first event that my Husband, Allan, has gatored for me since his by-pass surgery last year. This was my trail event to make sure that all was good before we plan a trip later in the year to Colorado and possibly Texas for CDE’s.
The day started off calm and quiet with the weather but by noon the breezes started to come. Our go time for dressage was 12:26 and yes we were the last to go. By this time the ground in both the dressage arena and the cones was more like powder than dirt.
We did okay in dressage and Sailor was having fun just trying to make out the letters on the concrete bricks. After dressage we headed for the cones course, by now the breeze was a lot stronger, so the cones and numbers were hard to see.
We went through the starting gate and then through the first set of cones and as I turned left towards the second set of cones the letters were so full of dirt there were no numbers, and then with the cloud of dust I had to make a second circle just to be able to see the numbers. The rest of the course was like the blind leading the blind. We managed not to knock any of the balls down for a clean round.
After lunch Sailor was hoping to have more fun but, by now the dirt was in constant clouds floating across the grounds. We ran the four obstacles in good time and we were very glad to be done!
Overall Sailor having fun, and Allan being able to be there with me as my gator was worth eating dirt and being sand pitted!