We just returned from our Central Kentucky tour with 6 successful events under our belt, good memories, new business contacts and a new horse! Above are a couple of pictures of Ballou San Badger, a 6-year-old foundation-bred American Quarter Horse. Thanks to Dave Witt and family of Corbin Ky for making it possible for "San Man" to come home with me! He's a great horse and I think he'll fit well into our entertainment and mounted shooting program. He will begin learning some new disciplines such as trick riding, roman riding, mounted shooting, liberty and various tricks. We'll keep everyone up to date on how he's coming along. I'm sitting in the airport terminal in Orlando waiting on my flight to Oklahoma to announce the Lazy E Classic in Guthrie on behalf of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association this weekend. I'll be on the mic for 4 days, then back to FL for a couple of months to work on training horses and riders for mounted shooting competition around the country. Our mounted shooting clinic in Lexington last Sunday grew from an original 15 people to 45 attendees! Thanks to John Bizzack for hosting the clinic on his beautiful Bittersweet Station Farm.