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This was just a great day. I went out because Tickle2 and her son were riding, and thought I would go out to have a sticky beak. No early start for me...no, I crawled out f bed at 10 past 7 to find she had sent me a text at 6.30 telling my to hurry up as she was more likely to be 7.300 than 8.30 ( and Im an hour drive away). So I hot footed it out to Guerie to find her saddled up and definitely not chilling. Did I tell you that Tickle is just as good a competitor as I am ?
Anyway, I started talking to people I know from 'round the ridges, and got home at 4pm. I took heaps of photos, got sunburnt as, met some new friends and caught up with some I don't see very often.
Will I go campdrafting on the Princess in future ? I think this is one sport we can cross off the bucket list. While I'm happy poking about behind our cattle I don't think I need to make an idiot of myself in front a crowd that is quite this big. I just wish we could get crowds like this to some of the other horse sports.
Interesting differences: $20 class entry per horse per class, someone else can warm your horse up. Must have a big hat ! and the clothing is loosing it's Australian feel and looking VERY American.
Have a look at these photos, and there are a heap more at www.sixtybytwenty.com.au under events, Guerie Campdraft.
And Tickle can identify herself and her son if she feels the need.