Seppy in her new home! This is her giving me attitude because she still has her leg wrap on. By Dani Moritz After a long (and I mean LONG) struggle, Seppy is finally back in town and it sure feels good! For the past month I have been trying to move her back to Fulton, but I don’t have a trailer and had nothing but bad luck
Yes. My family actually brought this sign to graduation and nobody warned me! By Dani Moritz It’s hard to believe that I graduated college. It seems like yesterday I was taking my first riding lessons and playing horses and Barbies with my sisters in the basement.
Seppy and Alex bonding–well more like Seppy begging Alex for treats.
By Dani Moritz One of the last gifts my grandpa gave my sister and I was a trip to Europe. Thanks to him, my sister, Jessica, and I were able to join my fiancé, Alex, and a school group (abut 40 of us in all) in Scotland, England and Ireland – and it was the time of our lives.
From left to right: Grandpa, Me, my sister Jessica, Jena and Grandma. By Dani Moritz Few people get to know their grandparents the way I got to know mine
My first Sidelines cover story! By Dani Moritz When Jan, our editor, sent me an email saying she wanted Reed Kessler on the cover of Sidelines and she wanted me to write the story, I couldn’t believe it. Me? Writing the cover story for Sidelines
By Dani Moritz We often think that we are teaching horses, but, really, it’s horses who are teaching us. September reminded me of that today when I showed up at the barn tired, feeling sick (not to mention sorry for myself) and a tad crabby
By Dani Moritz Let me just start this blog by saying this – “What the heck is wrong with Mother Nature?” Monday and Tuesday we were in the 70s. I went out to the barn and my poor pony was sweating just standing there. I didn’t even want to ride her, the poor thing looked so uncomfortable.
By Dani Moritz It’s hard to believe my final undergraduate semester is here – but it is! It feels like just yesterday I was thirteen years old riding school ponies and going to sleepovers. Now, I’m about to graduate college, get married and face the real world.