The Polestar Farm Blog

Hawaii clinic

I got a blunt message from a friend last week, simple and to the point. “Your blog misses you.” And coincidentally, anther verbal comment from a student “what happened to the rest of your California trip?”. Oops, I guess I … Continued

Paso Robles recap

Letty and I have been so incredibly spoiled for the last 3 weeks. When we arrived early to Twin Rivers, we had no idea that we would be so lucky as to gain 3 great friends. They took us in … Continued

Jump Academy #1

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Jump Academy

This is an introduction to a new series in my blog – Jump Academy! I will periodicallly blog about jumps that I see and ride on courses throughout the seaon. I will try to educate all y’all about why something … Continued

Getting ready for the California Trip

Its that time of year where we are getting ready to jump-start the season by going to California. I love to get a few events completed early before I don the Organizer hat at Equestrians Institute HT in May. I don’t … Continued

Recipe for a Good Ride

I am writing this after baking bread and naan all night… so recipes are on my mind.  In the last blog, I was describing how to start a ride. Actually, it was more an identifier to all the things that … Continued

How To Begin

One of my students, Jeanne, has opened my eyes to blogging opportunities. She pointed out the other day during a lesson, that what we were working on would be a good blog subject. I stared blankly at her, missing the … Continued

OTTB Madness

  First, let me give a big Congratulations to the participants of the Prodigious Fund’s 100 Day Thoroughbred Challenge.  Paige Wagter did an amazing job with the lovely gelding, King of the Sky. She took a horse with a lovely … Continued

Home Again

  I know that it has been a long drought for blog posts, and therefore I probably have no more readers!  However, Im not really doing this for the notoriety and fame, but rather to inform/teach/support whomever might find them … Continued