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[RC] LBL-Great Ride - Peter DeMott (937) 478-6222

I have to chime in here. I'm trying to get the pictures from the ride
up on my web site before the end of this week. I had great fun
shooting the ride. Diane and Jerry do a very nice job. On the first
day after torrents of ran I shot the 25s being swept away (many
surprised looks on rider's faces) as they crossed the creek going out
of camp. The creek was more of a river and very fast flowing up to the
chests of the smaller horses.

The weather cleared just long enough on both days that I could go to
the 50's/100s first vet check and shoot there as riders were coming
and going up and down along a beautiful wooded access road. After that
during a couple of downpours, I took some pictures from within my van
opening the window long enough to get the shot as VERY wet riders
passed by.

After the ride both days the sun came out bright and warm to help
everyone get their equipment dried off.

If you check later in the week (hopefully before the end of the
weekend) both Chicken Chase I,II,III and LBL Express should be up at
this location on my web site. I have vetting, riding, portraits and
other photos that will be of interest to all.


In the mean time, I did do a couple of portrait shoots at these rides.
Leslie Beyer's turned out very nicely so I put one or two of those
portraits up until I can get the rides loaded. I have to resize, log
and number every image to place them on my web site. I took 400 to 500
images at each ride.

Peter DeMott
Equestrian Sport Photography

Arabians were bred for years primarily as a war horse and those
requirements are similar to what we do today with endurance riding. 
~  Homer Saferwiffle

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