That's the name of one of the performance classes at the Mares in Black Spooktacular Photo Show. It's a great theme, and right away I knew I wanted to field a back-to-back, double bareback jumping set-up. My main performance horse, Love N Stuff, is standing and, therefore, not well suited for an over fences entry. Instead, Olivia did the honors.I'm usually good at ideas, but I really struggled with creating an entry for Love N Stuff. This class is all about bad decisions and impending doom, and she is the ultimate sweet, bombproof horse. I kept looking at her and asking, "What could possibly go wrong?" and then answering, "It's Love N Stuff. Absolutely nothing is going to go wrong. She's got it all under control."
|This is the 1:9 scale version of me riding Sweet Pea (a real live Love N Stuff) with a freshly repaired collarbone. I got yelled at on Facebook, but it was Sweet Pea. Nothing was going to go wrong.|