Holiday Inn Houston Hobby Airport
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... was eat the grass and bushes around us! The handlers horse was white, named hollywood! He was a right pre-madonna he would do anything not to get his feet wet haha! And he didn't like going down trails he didn't know it wouldn't go passed cut down trees! He was funny. The trail was peaceful considering we were on the outskirts of the fourth biggest city in America! It went too fast, we done some trotting and 2 steeds uphill where we grab onto the horse's Maine (they can't feel ...
... finally mutton busting.
Barrell racing was a timed (and technique based) event - the horsewoman was to race her horse around three barrels as fast as possible. One horse stumbled to it's knees but picked up and kept going, a couple knocked over barrels but all of them had great times.
Wagon racing was in two heats, with three wagons each drawn by four horses around the arena. It really came down to placement on the track as each group were so fast. ...