First Horse Show

It was my first horse show of 2015 at Topline Show Park in Salmon Arm,  it was also the first horse show I have photographed there in over a year! So it was fitting that I start a new personal photography project that documented a riders first horse show at Topline.  What I decided to do was photograph them either in or out of the ring and ask the a few questions.  I think this is a really important first and I plan on making it fun!

So the first duo from the Topline Stables Spring Fling  is Heather and Gov!

1. Favorite saying or quote?

When referring to gov I always say, Man I love that horse!

2. Most memorable moment from your first show at Topline Stables.

Warming up in the dressage ring with all the young riders and Jamie 
running down to coach me!

3. If you could use one word to describe your horse what would that be?

Pig Pen!


Thank you Heather for giving me the opportunity to photograph you and to share your first horse show at Topline!

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Starting the year off with a Spring Fling!

Well the Spring Fling Horse Show at Topline Stables in Salmon Arm starts tomorrow and I’m rather excited to get back documenting horse shows.

If you are attending the show I have created the following App that you can download to your mobile device.

 

To download your Topline Stables Spring Horse Show Mobile App, open this email on your phone or tablet and click the link below.

http://andreablairphotography.shootproof.com/app/108215

 

In the meantime I leave you with this old boy who’s now part of The Senior Canine Collective.

 

“Lenny is 11 now, starting to get some distinguished grey. He can’t seem to chase a ball or work with the sheep that long. So these days we take it slow”

 

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ENTER ::: Win a copy of The Senior Horse Project

Enter for your chance to win a copy of The Senior Horse Project!

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Contest closes December 12th and the winner will be announced December 13th.

Only one entry per person.

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Carly - My mare Rosie is featured in this book, and she has since crossed over the rainbow bridge. Would love a copy of the book to add to my memories of her <3

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Claire - Andrea I’m a long time admirer of your work, and the stories you create around those older horses are so touching. As a young horse owner myself, it truly makes me want to hold on to my guys till the end !!

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Lynda Cleggett - It is so nice to see that the Senior Horses get their time to shine as well!! Amazing job Andrea..

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Sweet, Crazy Conversations {one frame} ☞ Family

“Sweet, crazy conversations full of half sentences, daydreams and misunderstandings more thrilling than understanding could ever be.”  – Toni Morrison

A whirlwind of joyful chaos. That pretty much sums up how I’ve been feeling these last few weeks.So when I drove out to photograph a family on Monday, it was the break I needed from living behind a computer for weeks.  Breath. Laugh. Relax. Renew.

 

Sisters laughing

If you’re a family who is looking for something different in a family photographer please drop me a line.

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