- At this point everyone on this list knows me (I'm the pushy person
who is trying to abuse everyone with terrible equestrian things like
this list). However, not everyone on this list knows each other. So, I
have a request. Please, tell everyone on the list who you are, any
important information about you and the SCA (So, how long have you
been in, were you always a Westie, etc.), and the even more important
information of your horse history.
Just to be fair, I'll start:
Hi, I'm Collett. I started this list to get horse people to horse
around in the SCA. However, due to politics, I am trying to go around
the troubles the West Kingdom has had in the past, and get a group
together to "have FUN." I know, sometimes this is just such a foreign
idea, but I can't help it...
Anyhow, I have been in the SCA for 11 years. I used to live in
Wolfscarn (Sonoma County), but moved to Crosston (Santa Clara County)
almost three and a half years ago. I moved here to go to San Jose
State University where I am studying to become a Software Engineer.
I have two Arab mares. Tiara is my lovely, sweet, scitzoid, grey, 21
year old mare, and Krissy is my lovely, sweet, gentle, sorrel, 22
year old mare. I have had them since they were born. I have been
riding for as long as I can remember. (My parents have pictures of me
at 1 month old riding my pony.) I have taught riding to several
people. I also did most of the training for Tiara and a lot of
training for Krissy.
I very much enjoy the SCA, however, I really think that an important
part is missing because there are so few horses participating. In the
medieval time period there would be horses everywhere. I would love
to at least see horses at most outdoores events.
I hope to hear from the rest of you.