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Praised Be!

After 35 years of striving for fair and balanced in what I write, I’m not one who drinks the Kool-Aid. In a way, I’ve envied those who could, because religion of any kind offers comfort, a balm in times of … Continue reading

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Greg Best!

Here I go again, clinic-ing with an equestrian superstar. Greg Best!  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greg_Best. Two silver medals and he got to ride the magnificent Gem Twist. My husband, the ever-patient John Muncie, doesn’t get why we amateur riders keep taking lessons. “You’ve been … Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished

Just arrived home after six long hours on the road. So just a few sentences for now. We jumped a more complicated course than I will ever have to jump, and the jumps were scarier than I will ever have … Continue reading

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The first TaylorMade Clinic

We are 22 riders, ages 12 to 65, from as far away as Chile to New Jersey, here in Friendsville, Tenn., to inaugurate Melanie Smith Taylor’s first TaylorMade Clinic. We have gathered at Icon Sporthorses where the hanging planters overflow … Continue reading

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Doing Horses Justice With The Right Words

When we play the Dictator Game (if I ruled the world, here’s what happens) my husband’s first law is this: Everyone takes journalism in high school. I concur, though my first rule would be no gum popping in movie theaters. … Continue reading

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Still Horse Crazy

Welcome to Still Horse Crazy. I’ll be blogging about the two things I love most in this world (after my husband and sons): horses and words. Stay tuned for posts about the writing and riding life, and a daily report from … Continue reading

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