I cant believe its finally out! Thank you so much Noelle Floyd Style for coming out to film me and "What's in My Tack Trunk"! It's such an honour to be included among other top riders in this very educational collection of videos! I hope you guys enjoy this video and maybe find some cool tips and product ideas! Hopefully my voice isn't too shaky from my nerves!! :(
If you scroll down below the video, I have written some of the products I showed in my tack trunk as well as links. Hope its helpful! :)
As we sit here during the break, waiting for the final round of the FEI World Cup Showjumping Final, I can't help but reflect on what a phenomenal winter season my team and I have had! Here's a little background on the season and some photos and links :)
Back when I arrived in Wellington in November, I brought both my older GP horse Ive had for a couple years, and my new horse whom I had only been with for barely a month at the time. To be honest, I had no idea if, how, and when I would be comfortable with my new GP ride and almost 5 months later, Im still not very comfortable with him 100% of the time, but we have grown and come together so much these past few months in Florida.
This week, during the CDI*5 and CDI*3, we were stabled with some lovely people who gave me a great idea (well, I say great now but we'll see how everyone likes it!) to feature a different product or brand that I use and explain a little bit about it. A sort of "My Favourite Things" piece which really should be "Things I Can't Live Without" piece!
I got asked a lot about the different things I use on my horses, what it does, if i like it, etc etc... so why not write it down and share with everyone!?
Click below on "Read More" to find out which ACAVALLO pads I use on which horses, why I use them, and what I like about them!
From super-power mash mixes, recovery machines, horse spas and therapeutic treatments; here's a little post sharing what we do post-show to keep the horses happy, healthy and fit for the intense Wellington season! Scroll down for more!
We've been here just over a week now (one of our jumpers just arrived though!) and it actually hasnt been too bad settling in.
The puppies, I think, have settled in the easiest but then again what a life they have here! Backyard to chase lizards in, air-conditioning and dog beds, hours at the stables, endless people to play with at the stables and at their dad's office- oh to be a dog! ;)
Ellesse Jordan Tzinberg
International Grand Prix dressage rider, dressage for showjumpers trainer, boarding and sales, online lessons