Jessica Creek

Posts by Jessica Creek

The Pony Sage

New page on facebook celebrating the children’s equstrian program at Sage Creek Equestrian.  “The Pony Sage”      The Pony Sage features Roster Low Boy Cogburn Q & A Children’s Articles Discussions relating to children’s needs Photos Events Pony Play Days Private Lessons Pony Camps Ridding Principles School The children’s program is taught by John
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Kids to Center Line

It’s been a fun season continuing my education and being able share that with the kids I teach. I was able to experience riding a school master, River Shadow a Friesian Quarter Cross FEI horse. Taking him down the center line was thrilling. I am grateful to have earned two of my Bronze Medal Scores,
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Ranch World to Dressage Court

At Sage Creek Equestrian our focus is on fundamentals and foundations, from entry level horses and riders to advanced horsemanship and showmanship. Transitioning from the ranch world to the dressage court has been an intriguing and exciting experience. In the beginning dressage was very confusing for me, however, I never quit the horse, I never
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Valuable Lessons

Every horse that crosses my path in training leaves a hoof print.   They’re all different shapes and sizes some more talented than others but all deserve my full attention and best self. I am constantly learning and growing for my horses I’m not perfect and I don’t expect my horses to be. Some valuable
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Mindfulness

“Mindfulness practice means that we commit fully in each moment to be present; inviting ourselves to interface with this moment in full awareness, with the intention to embody as best we can an orientation of calmness, mindfulness, and equanimity right here and right now.” ― Jon Kabat-Zinn “Let go” I heard my coach Ben yell,
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Shannon Allison Hits The Center Line

Shannon Allison Hits The Center Line

You Rebel Against Your Own Resolutions

THE FANTASY THAT THIS YEAR WILL BE DIFFERENT…is dashed yet again?   It’s not that unusual. Some studies even show that a high percent of us humans suffer from low-grade to full-blown depression after the holidays. The hype and excitement and, yes, expectation, for jolliness buoy up many in the buildup to the Big Day.
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A Guided Path

There are times in my life, I’ve had a coyote sweep by me. On one such occasion a coyote tagged along with me as I long trotted several miles to a herd of cows. These occasions have brought a feeling of a deep sense of connection to nature and my personal  path. Each time I’ve
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Martin Black and Donnette Hicks: Two Worlds-One Clinic

Martin Black and Donnette Hicks may come from different worlds, but ultimately they are united in the belief that,“good horsemanship is just good horsemanship.” So Different – So Similar Donnette Hicks was in her early twenties when Martin Black hired her as a cook on the Winecup Ranch. The first morning she showed up to
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