When I was in Alberta at course, we went shopping at a western store one day and I got sucked into spending a hefty price for a show shirt.
After seeing the pictures of Western day with it, I have no regrets ;).
Daisy was happy to be going western, her comfort zone, again.
Trail class was the same pattern as Tuesday's. We placed first again.
It started with a bridge obstacle.
Then curved trot poles, to a mailbox.
Then to a slicker transfer. . .
Followed by a 360 box.
A U-shaped back-up station was followed by the corner sidepass station.
That evening, I entered the Versatility class again. Versatility tests the versatile nature of the individual horse (pretty self-explanatory). On western day, the versatility class starts out in english tack and clothing. We do an english flat class, then do a quick tack and clothing swap. Then we ride a western pleasure flat class, and a barrel pattern. In years past, the class has been very popular, with as many as 12 riders. The past two years Daisy and I have placed first. This year it was raining lightly, and only three people rode. Daisy an I won first again.