Back To Riding

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From the US Eventing archives

BTE: Forward Planning, April, posted June 2011
BTE: Spring Fitness, March, posted April 2011
BTE: Getting to Know You, Feb 2011
BTE: Back to Square One, Jan 2011
BTE: Buying a Horse is Only the Beginning, Dec 2010
BTE: New Horse Blues, Nov 2010
BTE: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases, Oct 2010
BTE: The Cast Assembles, Sept 2010
Back to Eventing: How I Won the Training Level AEC, Aug 2010

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Written by Virtual Brush Box

December 22, 2011 at 12:11 pm

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  1. […] Back To Eventing BTE 1 of 9: How I Won the Training Level AEC BTE 2 of 9: The Cast Assembles BTE 3 of 9: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases BTE 4 of 9: New Horse Blues BTE 5 of 9: Buying the Horse is Only the Beginning BTE 6 of 9: Back To Square One BTE 7 of 9: Getting to Know You BTE 8 of 9: Spring Fitness BTE 9 of 9: Forward Planning Or List of all nine direct USEA links […]

  2. […] Back To Eventing BTE 1 of 9: How I Won the Training Level AEC BTE 2 of 9: The Cast Assembles BTE 3 of 9: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases BTE 4 of 9: New Horse Blues BTE 5 of 9: Buying the Horse is Only the Beginning BTE 6 of 9: Back To Square One BTE 7 of 9: Getting to Know You BTE 8 of 9: Spring Fitness BTE 9 of 9: Forward Planning Or List of all nine direct USEA links […]

  3. […] Back To Eventing BTE 1 of 9: How I Won the Training Level AEC BTE 2 of 9: The Cast Assembles BTE 3 of 9: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases BTE 4 of 9: New Horse Blues BTE 5 of 9: Buying the Horse is Only the Beginning BTE 6 of 9: Back To Square One BTE 7 of 9: Getting to Know You BTE 8 of 9: Spring Fitness BTE 9 of 9: Forward Planning Or List of all nine direct USEA links […]

  4. […] Back To Eventing BTE 1 of 9: How I Won the Training Level AEC BTE 2 of 9: The Cast Assembles BTE 3 of 9: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases BTE 4 of 9: New Horse Blues BTE 5 of 9: Buying the Horse is Only the Beginning BTE 6 of 9: Back To Square One BTE 7 of 9: Getting to Know You BTE 8 of 9: Spring Fitness BTE 9 of 9: Forward Planning Or List of all nine direct USEA links […]

  5. […] Back To Eventing BTE 1 of 9: How I Won the Training Level AEC BTE 2 of 9: The Cast Assembles BTE 3 of 9: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases BTE 4 of 9: New Horse Blues BTE 5 of 9: Buying the Horse is Only the Beginning BTE 6 of 9: Back To Square One BTE 7 of 9: Getting to Know You BTE 8 of 9: Spring Fitness BTE 9 of 9: Forward Planning Or List of all nine direct USEA links […]

  6. […] Back To Eventing BTE 1 of 9: How I Won the Training Level AEC BTE 2 of 9: The Cast Assembles BTE 3 of 9: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases BTE 4 of 9: New Horse Blues BTE 5 of 9: Buying the Horse is Only the Beginning BTE 6 of 9: Back To Square One BTE 7 of 9: Getting to Know You BTE 8 of 9: Spring Fitness BTE 9 of 9: Forward Planning Or List of all nine direct USEA links […]

  7. […] There’s no solution but work and time. So, I need patience. And I need it now. —- P.S. Links to back columns on Facebook at Rodney aka Perpetual Motion. [Note: This is an old page used for these monthly columns. Current Facebook: Rodney’s Saga] ~~~ Rodney’s Saga repost locations Back To Eventing BTE 1 of 9: How I Won the Training Level AEC BTE 2 of 9: The Cast Assembles BTE 3 of 9: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases BTE 4 of 9: New Horse Blues BTE 5 of 9: Buying the Horse is Only the Beginning BTE 6 of 9: Back To Square One BTE 7 of 9: Getting to Know You BTE 8 of 9: Spring Fitness BTE 9 of 9: Forward Planning Or List of all nine direct USEA links […]

  8. […] ~~~ I wrote about the Wofford clinic later that year: Weekend with Wofford. ~~~ The Further Adventures of the $700 Pony is available on Amazon as an ebook. ~~~ The Goode & Broadhurst blogs are defunct. As is my Perpetual Motion Facebook page. ~~~ Rodney’s Saga repost locations BTE 1 of 9: How I Won the Training Level AEC BTE 2 of 9: The Cast Assembles BTE 3 of 9: The AEC, a Realization in Five Phases BTE 4 of 9: New Horse Blues BTE 5 of 9: Buying the Horse is Only the Beginning BTE 6 of 9: Back To Square One BTE 7 of 9: Getting to Know You BTE 8 of 9: Spring Fitness Or List of all nine direct USEA links […]

  9. […] List of all nine USEA links […]

  10. […] List of all nine USEA links […]

  11. […] high ground, I haven’t a toehold. Since I started this adventure as a commercial column [Back To Eventing], my position on artistic autonomy versus cash is a matter of […]

  12. […] Why do I insist on daily or nothing? Monthly worked for Back to Eventing when someone was paying me. On my own, I’ve tried monthly with Back To Riding and weekly with […]

  13. […] advertisements. I would absorb and reproduce their house style. The first iteration of the blog, Back to Eventing, was targeted to a specific audience. Once I started writing for myself, I was still trying to […]

  14. […] the Horse. Fergus is drawn by Jean Abernethy, the brilliant illustrator for part of Back to Eventing and all of Back to Riding. Illustrator has to be an even tougher gig than artist. I would send her […]

  15. […] and Rodney’s Sock Drawer for testing posts. If you add the monthly previous incarnations, Back to Eventing & Back to Riding, that’s five blogs for one horse. Not bad for a pasture […]

  16. […] the blog from the beginning. Obviously, they were better able to help editing the monthly posts [Back to Eventing, BtRiding]. Although I had to send the daily posts into the wide world without supervision, they […]

  17. […] sign by Jean Abernethy, the brilliant illustrator I was fortunate enough to work with for Back To Eventing & Back To Riding. Purchased from HorseLoverZ. More Fergus stuff at Furry Partners. Fergus on […]

  18. […] was more likely to be the case when I was posting monthly (Back To Eventing & Back To Riding). Then, I had weeks to prepare and ponder. These days, after 256 daily posts, […]

  19. […] When I started this project as a monthly column for the USEA website back in 2010, I envisioned Back to Eventing as my answer to Kip Goldreyer‘s Thinking Horseman column in Practical Horseman. I would […]


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