Preparation is the key to success in the field. Just as important, is rehearsal. Actually getting out there and doing it is the only way one learns the hard lessons of life in the field. Of course, there is nothing better than waking up to camp coffee. Cowboy Coffee.
Having a warm bag, a warm dog (on a Three Dog Night) and a horse that will go fast in the morning, is kind of a big deal in these parts.
This is nothing. Once the ride starts, the real views … and photos, start.
Having a good crew counts too. Who you ride with can be as important as the quality of the horses you ride. The skills of the crew, and their experience and toughness will all play in to the success of the ride.
Watch the video at the bottom of this posting for an explanation of the ride.
All of this is in preparation of the of the Affordable housing ride. To support the ride, visit the Go Fund Me page.