Tomorrow morning Kelli and I will load up Gus, Murphy, and Mia and head to Masterson Station Park in Lexington for 3 lessons with Elissa. It will be the first time I have ever ridden Mia, one of the new mares I got a few weeks ago. Emerson was supposed to make the trip, but today he looked slightly off in the hind end. He will hang out at home, while the rest of the crew has all of the fun. The goal is to take a lesson on Gus, while Elissa helps me decide which of the other 3 horses to keep and train. She’ll have to see Emerson next time. Murphy has been doing extremely well at home these last few weeks, and I am anxious to get him out on the cross country course again before I enter him in his first show. Mia has supposedly schooled at Masterson before, and I am still on the fence about whether or not to sell her. If she does well, there is a strong chance she’ll do starter in May. Jessica has taken her on as a project while I have tried to keep up with all of the others. She looks like a blast to ride, and I am anxious to get on her tomorrow!