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Flurry taught me how how to love and how to feel totally at peace. When I was on Flur I felt no fear. Not of horses, or thunder or mortgages or death. No fear of anything. Flurry had that gift of making everything seem like it was going to be ok. Galloping fast, as she was wicked fast, along the beach I would have to rein her a little bit towards the shore or she would have run right into the ocean and swam to Portugal. Flurry was the type of horse that you could let go into fifth gear and know that when you wanted to stop, she would stop. Flurry never let me down, she always gave me the ride of a life time every time I got on her. I miss you Flur, I love you and I hope someday you come back to me in the form of another horse that I am fearless on.
"Practice sharpens, but overschooling blunts the edge. If your horse isn't doing right, the first place to look is yourself" - Joe Heim