(Ha-honk!)I was judging a dressage schooling show in Tallahassee. As always, I was summoning the riders to the arena with my duck call. Ha-honk! Ha-honk! One competitor after another. About mid morning I blew for my next entrant: Ha-honk!
(“.But then I learned it”)
(“It takes away a good teaching tool.”)
(“A new sheriff has come to town.”)
(“I have a theory,” he said.)
(“. . . I have made countless errors . . .”)
Your horse truly understands flying changes when . . .
(“Between the lead pipe and the rope . , , “)
(“. . . standing over me with a quizzical look on his face.”)