Monday, March 17, 2008

Never Stop Trying

This is a true testament to that phrase. Enjoy.

Any equestrian will tell you that this is the ultimate partnership and so fantastic to see.
You can learn more about Stacy and her amazing horse here.


Khyra The Siberian Husky said...


and I do mean WOW!!

Thanks fur sharing!!!


Lorenza said...

Hi, Echo!
thanks for sharing this great video! Yes, we really enjoyed it!
Kisses and hugs

Bama said...

Oh my gosh, what a beautiful tribute to her dad! Our mama's face is all wet, but they're happy tears for Stacy & her gorgeous partner. Thank you for sharing that!
Bama & the RHP

The Army of Four said...

That was incredible! Thanks, Echo!

Ferndoggle said...

Holy Crapola! That was amazing...and made Mom's eyes leak. Thanks for sharing.


-The Mullin Clan's Mommy- said...

That was a super-wooing video!! Mommy has seen it before, but she showed it to daddy last night. Stacy & the horse not only are a team, but they move as one - a truly pawsum site to watch! Mommy is in awe of her, especially since she has no balance to ride bareback & needs a saddle at all times.
-Cosmos & Juneau-

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

That's really cool!


Gus and Louie said...

Wow that is so cool. Mom is going to send it to one of brother Toph's old girlfriends that is a big horse lover. She will really enjoy it. Thanks for sharing..

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus and Louie

cyber-sibes said...

WOW! That is just beautiful to watch! and that song was a real tear-jerker and a half! A great reminder to be the best you can be every moment you are graced with life!

Star & Jack a-rooo
(I let humom write this entry today, she got LES watching that, & I bet we get extra treats tonight : ) )

One of the pack said...

Definitely a great duo! Thanks for finding this one, Echo. We sent the video to our rescue friends near them at Angel Acres in PA.

We are honored you stopped by to visit us. We'll be keeping in touch. Your site is spectacular. You guys look like you have some awesome times.

Have a great weekend.

The Forget Sit and Stay Gang

Peanut said...

We've seen that before and I find it amazing this time as we did the first time.

Hammer said...

Dear Echo
Thank you for sharing this video with us. This young lady's father would have been so proud of her. The video reminded mum of Pat Parelli who she saw in Australia 15 years ago. Mum wasn't lucky enough to have her very own horse until this time and coz she was 'older' she challenged traditional methods. She was lucky coz the man whose name is Tom, who taught her how to ride told her to make up her own mind and her first horse, Misty Blue taught her even more .. to listen to her heart and trust her intuition. Tom gave mum Misty Blue and it was the greatest gift mum has ever received in her life and Misty Blue was her greatest teacher in life. She used to ride Misty Blue bareback with only a soft rope halter and a tiny progress string. It is a beautiful feeling when a big horse willingly comes to you of his or her own accord and trusts you and loves you.
This video has brightened up our mum who has been crying many tears for Lacy Lulu and Sasha and all the other doggies and kitty kats who have recently gone to Heaven and who have serious health problems.
Hope you all have a safe and happy Easter.
Love from Hammer

Gus and Louie said...

We didn't find any Loch nest monsters but not for a lack of looking...

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus and Louie

Kathryn and Ari said...

That's incredible. I used to train in dressage and 3-day eventing: I know how hard that routine is WITH a saddle and bridle. Stacey really gets horses, and I love to see the respect between the two of them.