My name is Jamie. I live south of Lincoln, Nebraska. Ever since I can remember I've sought out horses, and have been lucky enough to get to ride them too, since I grew up in town with a 'horse illiterate' family I didn't know if that would happen. I had friends who taught me to ride with the 'Hold on Jamie!' attitude, got to go to a few Girl Scout riding camps, finally started taking english riding lessons in middle school to learn to jump, and got my first horse, Clue, my junior year of high school. I've done everything with Clue, from jumping and dressage to moving cattle and showing 4H and open shows... and now pretty much just trail riding.
I got the other member of our team, Cherokee, 10 years ago about this time of year (January/February) for my yet unborn daughter. He hasn't been as trained as Clue, but he's a great trail horse and is learning to drive (my other passion, as I've 'spent some hours' driving draft teams in college and one of my jobs).
Personally, I doubt I'll be logging a lot of miles since my second child was born just over a year ago, and I was diagnosed with MS 5 yrs ago and have been fighting to keep most of my riding ability... which is there, just not as strong as it once was. It's the baby putting the damper on my ride time! Looking very much forward to playing with my new GPS and logging some miles!!