How was 2016 for you and your horse? What did the year represent?
In order to move into 2017 and begin building on and progressing with your riding it makes good sense to first close off the current year. Therefore regardless of what 2016 was for you and your horse, look back over it with gratitude. It got you to where you are now…
Today, for Day 1 of the SfS 12 Days of Christmas Equestrian Challenge, I want you to find or capture a photograph that best represents 2016 and all that it was for you and your horse.
Was it a year of competitions, or perhaps a year of laying a solid foundation? Maybe this was the year you and your horse got to know each other better, or it might have been a year of rest…
Along with the photograph, I want you to sum the whole year up in 1 word… This might sound difficult, however being able to sum things up, helps close things off – so 1 word it is :)
Once you have your photograph and your word, share them with us below in the comments or online. If you are posting them online, copy and paste one or all of the hashtags below so others can follow you and your progress throughout the 12 days.
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The Strides for Success 12 Days of Christmas Equestrian Challenge is an opportunity for equestrians throughout the world to give their favourite equestrian businesses, bloggers and horse people in general a big virtual shout out & “Thank You” throughout the 2016 build up to Christmas!
To join in the fun, simply CLICK HERE and help spread the love & gratitude throughout the horsey world.
When you join the 12 Days of Christmas Equestrian Challenge you will receive the daily emails, with links to the videos that go into a little more detail for each day. You can also join the Facebook Group and will be in with a chance to win some goodies for yourself this Christmas as well!
And help us to spread the Christmas goodwill all over the equestrian world by sharing the challenge with your friends and fellow riders. Thank You!