Author Archives: Stay in the Saddle

About Stay in the Saddle

I am a horse enthusiast and riding instructor. This blog is to help other horsemen, and eventually post instructional video. Stay in the Saddle is here for YOU, the rider!

The Dance of My People

Originally posted on Deana O'Hara – The Cove at Rock Creek:
I miss riding horses. My leg isn’t fully healed yet and the impact of a dismount could shatter my right tibia. I have to wait for at least…

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“Trust Me”

Today has been a great opportunity to try new things, learn from an unexpected source and feel really good and accomplished in the end. So much so, that I can honestly put my feet up and smile knowing its been … Continue reading

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Make 2012 YOUR Year

What a crazy, busy and exciting year! So much so, that I didn’t have a lot of time to do a lot of blog work. But my hope, goal and intent – is to write much more in the new … Continue reading

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Like it’s been HOT around here…

Yes, we’ve had a record-breaking year… The snow 6 months ago, and now the heat this summer. It’s been trying for man and beast! Because of the heat lessons have taken the hit. No one likes to ride in the … Continue reading

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Spring is here! Really?

We’ve had quite the ups and downs this year so far, and I’m optimistic that spring is here or just around the corner.  The horses are all very energetic and the warmer days make for more comfortable riding. Speaking of … Continue reading

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Oklahoma – where the snow comes sweeping cross the plains!

This is the first official entry in the Stay in the Saddle blog! Very exciting, but not much to report. . . as snow has covered and paralyzed northeastern Oklahoma this week. We received at our ranch somewhere in the … Continue reading

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