In 2012, 1 TrickPonies was formed with Pawn Gypsy, Scuba Chris, Lilian, Raging Kenny, and Return to compete in the Season 3 NA Qualifiers. On April 27, 2013, DoubleBuff acquired the roster of 1 TrickPonies.
The team got its name from Lilian's reputation of only being able to play Leblanc and Pawn Gypsy's reputation of only playing Relic, making them onetrickponies.” All the players lived in the Southern California area.
Pawn Gypsy, Scuba Chris, Lilian, Inbox, Raging Kenny, Return, and theAngelVigil (Manager) join. April 27, DoubleBuff acquires 1 Trick Ponies.
Inbox, Scuba Chris, nubbypoohbear, Floppy Bearish, Unstoppable, and theAngelVigil (Manager) leave. Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.
? Apr 20132013-04-27 DBBFlappy Bearish Tony Chatbot LanerFeb 20132013-02-? ?Retired C ID Name Positioned Team theAngelVigil Angel Vigil 80 Manager DoubleBuff This table shows up to the 10 most recent results.
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Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts. I'm thinking it would be either karma, Kyle, real or, CHO'path as they could fill the most roles so you would have the easiest time using them 24/7.
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Lulu, Lee and Kyle can be played in more positions, but they suck at half of them, so I wouldn't go with any of them.4.6 Ragas was legitimately strong as anything but ADC, but now he's pretty mediocre everywhere. PDF will be delivered to the email address you enter as will weekly tip from Stacy.
Growing up, I shared a love of horses with my mother but neither of us knew what we were doing. I fell off more times than I could count and was bitten, stepped on and run away with before I was old enough to drive a car.
My favorite childhood memories all involve horses (and one ornery pony.) The beauty of this is that it proved that true strength is a mental game more than a physical one.
Slowing down allowed me to step back and find a ton of gratitude for my life. An empty schedule coupled with time to slow down and reflect lessened my typical stress and anxiety.
It gave me space to sit with the multitude of stresses and anxieties that 2020 delivered us each passing day. I was also able to sit and hold space for both myself and those close to me as we all stumbled through the trials and tribulations of the COVID-19 pandemic and the dying Trump presidency.
Little piece of paradise on high. Many of the goals I set for myself at the start of the year didn't come to fruition. And while they can't necessarily be counted as successes for this year, I've done my best to find and focus on the positives of each goal below whether it is accompanied by a or a .
However, before I dive into the year-end status of my horse goals, I have to take a moment to say this: I am so insanely, beyond belief, ridiculously grateful that I was able to complete my barn project and move my horses home last year. My gratitude continued climbing as real estate in Canaan skyrocketed from all the DC people fleeing to West Virginia.
Work off my seat and legs with more precision Hone dressage and school training and first level movements Establish a very solid “forward” button, so I don't have to Nagy Take some lessons Cement “long and low” stretching School over novice height jumps, both stadium and BC (probably at home) Make it to a schooling show of some kind CuttingPhoto by Justin Harrell, it ain't much, but it's forward progress all the same! We still have a long ways to go on my quest to improve myself and this horse, but I feel great about how we're ending this year.
Definitely our biggest year yet and his fitness is absolutely amazing for all the work he did out on the trails. The thing I'm proudest of this little gelding for this year wasn't even something on my radar: camping.
It was a gorgeous trip made all the better by the fact that Grid is finally adult enough to not scream every 10 minutes while in camp. 2021 may very well involve a lot more horse camping now that I can count on Grid to not annoy the living daylights out of everyone else in a ¼-mile radius.
Work off my seat and legs with more precision Hone dressage and school training and first level movements Take some lessons Complete at least one endurance competition Ride 400 non-competition miles this year (but so close!!!!) That wreck in June that botched my shoulder was quite a hit for her confidence though, and we're still doing what we can to dig our way out of that hole.
While this didn't meet my arbitrary goal of 400 miles for the year, it came really damn close! Especially considering that these miles were obtained purely for my own pleasure and not due to any endurance races.
While I doubt I'll ever quit getting out and racking up trail miles with this little mare (it's my happy place), I don't know that I'll ever have a set mileage goal for her in the future. During the series of dressage rides these past couple months, she is relaxed, happy, and dare I say interested in what we are doing.
All the food he could want (but rationed, so he hasn't looked pregnant with twins at all since moving home). And ohmygosh you all, this horse has given the priceless gift of horseback adventures to some truly appreciative people this year.
Watching every person's face as they fall in love with Stan and the joy of riding has been one of my absolute most favorite things about this ridiculous year. These friends are the reason Stan was able to meet the mileage goal for the year (ending with 201.06 miles and 57,379 feet (10.87 mi) of climbing).
And while I have certainly had to put my foot down and guide him into this new chapter of our lives, he has made a fair number of the decisions for himself. Once he's gotten his fill, he turns his sassy, independent ass around and heads home to continue sitting on his porch and surveying his kingdom.
And at this point in time, I anticipate that he'll be enjoying many, many years from his perch on the porch. I think Kenji's favorite days all year were my trip with Q to Salt Fork.
He absolutely loved having me all to himself for a weekend, getting to chill on my queen air mattress all day while I rode, and lounge around camp like the good boy he is the rest of the time. An unsurprising yet unexpected side effect of my working from home for the past 9 months is that Kenji has become an absolute Velcro dog if I'm in the house.
While endearing, it's also a bit troublesome because he has a horrible tendency of lying right behind my work chair. Photo by Justin HarrisTaiga enjoyed plenty of adventures this year, just without the socializing.
And so fun to photograph! Sadly for Taiga, she didn't get out on quite as many off-property rides this year. The biggest off-property ride she joined was for the Spruce Knob camping trip Chris and I took with the horses.
And was sad for her when we opted to return the next morning instead of pursuing day two of riding. She continued to be the queen of her little kingdom (the one acre of yard within the invisible fence).
Her education about the world isn't advancing nearly as fast as Kenji's did buy her age, but all in all, she's got it pretty good. Find balance through time management/scheduling Maintain good mental health and physical fitness Be financially cognizant and boost my savings Minimize my social media usage; become more purposeful when I do use it Organize and streamline my photography hustle Work towards being able to do a handstand Climb more Bike often At the start of 2020, I was most excited about kissing my work commute goodbye.
In fact, I have yet to fall into a new routine with my work commute because I've been at the new office building only a handful of times this year. I'll honestly be a bit sad when I'm back in the office full time.
Obviously, my hope of achieving better time management so that I could pursue my many passions looked a bit different this year. But I also didn't pursue two of my passions (climbing and biking) much at all due to my shoulder injury that persisted from late June through November.
It was a huge bother to be limited, but I'm really grateful for the experience with my physical therapist. With luck (aka continued work), I'll hopefully see fewer injuries in the coming year as I strive to keep my body strong in more functional ways.
When I wasn't puttering about doing chores and the like, I was often settled in my papas an chair in the loft reading. My work days consisted of waking, working, spending my lunch break puttering, and then spending my evenings either puttering, riding, reading, or some combination thereof.
Now, the trick will be maintaining this once the world settles into post-COVID norms in the coming years... Never forget the husky backpack! Since June, I have dramatically reduced my usage of social media.
After a whirlwind of chaos and stress on Facebook in June, I opted to take a hiatus from the platform. That hiatus has continued to stretch into the present, and I honestly have no plans to end it.
Moreno now because Willa captured his forelock in such a fantastic state.2020 was not the year I expected. My gratitude for living in the middle of nowhere and having my horses at home was at an all-time high all year.
Not for one moment did I take for granted those good fortunes, and I did my very best to share them with others in as safe a way as possible throughout the year.