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OTTB - Joe Bear doing dressage at Oxer Farm. July 12, 2008

Joe Bear doing dressage at Oxer Farm. July 12, 2008

OTTB - Joe Bear doing dressage at Oxer Farm. July 12, 2008

David (Paula's "groom") at Big Bear.

David (Paula's "groom") at Big Bear.

Tuck's St. Aly and Joe Bear are cousins. Both horses are grandsons of the great Alydar.

Tuck's St. Aly and Joe Bear are cousins. Both horses are grandsons of the great Alydar.

Paula and Joe Bear learning to "fly". March 16, 2008

Joe Bear's first 3-Phase Event! August 18, 2007

Joe Bear's first 3-Phase Event! August 18, 2007

Joe Bear and Paula schooling at Big Bear in Pine Mountain, GA. August 2007

Joe Bear and Paula schooling at Big Bear in Pine Mountain, GA. August 2007

 

 

OTTB - Joe Bear and his mom Paula compete in dressage.

OTTB - Joe Bear and his mom Paula compete in dressage.

 

Joe Bear gets a new trailer. June 2, 2007

Joe Bear checks out his new Hawk horse trailer. June 2, 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paula received Joe Bear for Valentines Day from her husband David.

Paula received Joe Bear for Valentines Day from her husband David.

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Happy Easter from Joe Bear and Paula.

Happy Easter from Joe Bear and Paula.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Bear and his mom Paula Gunnels. March 4, 2007

Joe Bear and his mom Paula Gunnels. March 4, 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Bear and his mom Paula Gunnels. March 4, 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Bear and Paula - September 6, 2006

Joe Bear and Paula.
We are the Champions!
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Joe Bear and Paula love to jump cross-country fences. December 3, 2006

Joe Bear and Paula love to jump cross-country fences. December 3, 2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe Bear is wearing the symbol of a Horse that is SOLD!

What Paula did not know was that the ‘surprise” was on her – Joe Bear WOULD be wearing a red ribbon with his heart on it.

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Joe Bear in 2003.

Joe Bear came off the track in 2003. These are two of his first farm photos.

Joe Bear in 2003.

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Joe Bear at Oxer Farm in May 2005

Joe Bear at Oxer Farm in May 2005

 

Joe Bear at Oxer Farm in May 2005

Joe Bear at the Olympic Horse Park in Conyers, GA - May 2004

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Horse valentines - I'm Yours.

Elizabeth ducked into the feed room and came out with the red ribbon with a heart attached that said, “I’m Yours.”

 

 

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Joe Bear & Paula - Competing Together!

Thoroughbred - Joe Bear doing dressage at Big Bear in September 2007

August 4, 2008

I know it has been a while since I have given an update so it is time to catch up. Sorry it's a novel!

OTTB - Joe Bear and Paula enjoy competing in the cross country phase.

September '07 - We had our first overnight adventure at Big Bear. Unluckily enough, that night a terrible storm moved through and poor Joe got soaked in his stall. The next day he was very unsettled, but we somehow managed to hold it together through the dressage. Stadium...that's a different story...Eventhough there were huge monsters at every jump waiting to bite Joe when he got close, we made it around. Cross-country went well once we made it TO the first jump. Once over that, he ran clear over the course. It was a rough weekend, but many lessons learned.

After that we took the winter off. Primarily to focus on selling our house, but also because I hate the cold! Turned out to be a bad idea...When we ventured out again this year, Joe had lost the mind set of getting off the farm and it was like starting all over again.

Joe Bear June 6, 2008
Joe Bear June 6, 2008

June '08 - We participated in a jumping clinic with Imtiaz Anees. We did grid lines of smaller jumps with many canter poles inbetween. Joe had no problem with the jumps, but definitely struggled over the poles. It was difficult for him to find his rhythm and striding. After a few tries he figured it out and I felt the difference. Since that clinic all I have been working on are canter poles and small jumping grids. He seems to be significantly better at it now and a lot more confident overall. I highly recommend this kind of work!

Joe Bear does dressage at Oxer Farm in Georgia. July 2008

July 12, 2008 - We were up at 4:15am to head to Oxer Farm. Joe Bear was much calmer and more focused compared to the previous events and I credit this to my then recent lesson with Karen McGoldrick. We worked on getting Joe to bend correctly around my leg and used repetitive exercises to get him to focus and relax. I applied what I learnt in the lesson to my warm up and it made a huge difference! The dressage test went very well. Stadium was next and I had flashbacks of Big Bear. I chose to trot to the first jump to gain confidence and from there it was smooth sailing. Joe was in a totally different frame of mind. All our lessons and new exercises are really paying off!

OTTB - Joe Bear jumping at Oxer Farm

OTTB - Joe Bear jumping at Oxer Farm

July 19, 2008 - Poplar Place CT schooling show. We arrived and I put Joe in the stall and went to get his hay and buckets. When I got back he was calling out and sweating like I had deserted him for hours. My first thought was, "This is going to be a very bad day..." I took him out to look around and found a huge flat area where he could see the competition arenas and lunge. It worked perfectly as his tenseness immediately dissolved. An hour before my ride time I began to get ready. I wanted a long warm up because that does me as much good as it does him! The test was not too bad, but I felt it was a little tense. The arena felt so small!
There wasn't much time after that before the jumping so we warmed up over few jumps and went in for our stadium. Again Joe jumped happily and boldy. What a relief!

To finish the day, I went out to school cross-country. I introduced him first to the water jump, which he loved, then we went out on the course and jumped anything that didn't look too scary. He was ready to try anything! What fun!

While hosing him off after we got back they announced the results and to my amazement, Joe and I had won a blue ribbon! I found out that they had split the class because of the number of entries and I won out of my "group." If I took all scores into account, we would have placed third with only 1 penalty point behind the leader! So it turned out to be a very GOOD day.

Lessons are going to continue as much as possible and we are planning on a show at least once a month. I cannot wait to see how Joe does once I can have him going at shows like he goes at home!

Joe Bear and Paula are bringing home the ribbons! July 2008

May 4, 2008

Joe Bear at the Poker Rider for Westbrooke Farm. May 4, 2008
Joe Bear at the Poker Rider for Westbrooke Farm. May 4, 2008

Happy Birthday Joe Bear! April 22, 2008

April 22, 2008 - Happy Birthday Joe Bear!

March 16, 2008

I planned to do some jumping with Joe a couple weekends ago, so I went to the arena first and built a line of three jumps. There was a bounce to a single stride combination. The goal was to get Joe to slow down and use himself over the jumps.

Elizabeth generously spent some time with me, helping with the jumps and taking pictures.

We started with warm up heights and Joe rushed through them a little. Elizabeth placed some ground poles in the middle and after the last jump and started raising the jumps. This made Joe slow down and try harder. We then eliminated the bounce and just had the one stride combination with both jumps as 2’6” spreads. He worked through this very well, but in the pictures we could see that he still wasn’t tucking his front legs up enough. Elizabeth added a third rail to the second jump to put it at 3’. The jump was now 3’ high and about 5’ wide.

We entered the combination as before and going over the first jump I got an “up close” appreciate for the size of the second one. For Joe and I, this was big. By far the widest jump we have ever jumped. I don’t know what Joe was thinking, but I immediately grabbed some mane and as graciously as possible stayed with him as he powered himself over it. He was very bold and never blinked an eye!

We went over the combination again, this time knowing what to expect and again Joe took it without any hesitation. It was a wonderful feeling and I think he really enjoyed it. Finally I had challenged him!

That night I could go home and look at all the pictures, stride by stride over the jumps and learn from them. I feel like our form is improving, but there is still much work to do!

Paula

December 21, 2007

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Joe Bear and Paula. December 20, 2007

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Joe Bear and Paula!

August 18, 2007 - Joe Bear's first 3-Phase Event!
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Joe Bear's debut into “full scale” 3-phase eventing was on August 18th 2007.

Joe Bear's debut into “full scale” 3-phase eventing was on August 18th 2007. It was an amazing experience! Friday night I headed out to get him ready and braid his mane. While this was optional, I didn’t want to risk being the only one not braided. Thankfully they turned out alright because I haven’t braided since I was 13 years old!

Saturday morning was a very early one as we got up at 4am. There were 70 entries for the show and they were scheduled to start at 7:30am.

We were one of the first to arrive and all competitors had to park in the pasture under the trees. We unloaded Joe and let him eat hay tied to the trailer. Trucks, trailers, people and horses buzzed around us and Joe just casually watched them as he ate.

OTTB Joe Bear scored well in dressage at his first 3_Phase event.

Dressage was at 8:10am. The judges tent was literally AT “C” and every other letter had a big white flower box. Thankfully the judge let us bring the horses in to see everything before the test as there was no room to ride around the outside perimeter. This opportunity really helped since Joe was concerned about all the new things. The test was a little tense at times, but overall it went well. Our score put us in the middle of the field.

OTTB - Joe Bear ate up the course like he had been doing it for years, getting faster and bolder as he went.
Joe Bear ate up the course like he had been doing it for years, getting faster and bolder as he went.

On the cross-country I had intended to take my time around the course, but the ex-racehorse under me had a different idea. He ate up the course like he had been doing it for years, getting faster and bolder as he went. I now know why I see people riding in strong bits for this phase!

As we approached jump #5, the rider in front of me had fallen off and the whistle blew. Not knowing what to do, I pulled up to stop. I was told to continue, but by this time we had lost momentum and the next jump was right on top of us. We ended up having to circle and approach again. We had one more stop after that. An unexpected one due to inexperience again, but after that we sailed through the rest of the course perfectly. Even with the slow down and two stops, we still finished under time with no penalties. We may need to watch our speed in the future!

OTTB - Joe Bear does stadium jumping at his first combined training event.

The show jumping was the most difficult. The arena was tight with 10 jumps. There were many tight turns that we struggled with. We didn't finish clean, but we did finish. I was thrilled that we got through all three phases on our first time out. What a great experience and I cannot wait for the next show!

Joe Bear in braids for his eventing debut.

I forgot to tell you that I even braided Joe Bear for his dressage. All by myself on Friday night and he was so good. Never moved a muscle! (PS the braids looked better when they were just done then in the morning after he had RUBBED THEM! They stayed in though :) )

August 4, 2007 - Schooling at Big Bear

Schooling at Big Bear in Pine Mountain, GA

Joe Bear and Paula schooling at Big Bear in Pine Mountain, GA. August 2007

June 28, 2007

For the last two weekends, we have successfully taken Joe Bear to a show by himself. Saturday, June16th was our first adventure when we took Joe to Wills Park for a little Hunter/Jumper schooling show. The day started extremely early for David and I as we got up at 4:30am to head to the barn and get Joe ready.

Paula and OTTB - Joe Bear get ready to compete in dressage.

He loaded into his trailer like a pro, getting us on the road 15 minutes earlier than planned. Warm up was a little hectic with 20 or more horses and riders in the arena at once, but Joe wasn’t worried or upset by it in the least.

OTTB - Joe Bear and his mom Paula compete in dressage.
Joe Bear is proving that ex-racers CAN compete in dressage and do very well.

The turn out of competitors was much higher than I expected, having 13 or more horses in each class. This made for long waits, but good competition. Joe was a star and jumped everything clear without any hesitation. We made it to the jump offs in both our classes and finished with competitive times. In our second class, our time earned us the 5th place ribbon!

OTTB - Joe Bear and his mom Paula compete in dressage.
Joe Bear is proving that ex-racers CAN compete in dressage and do very well.

On June 24th we took him three miles down the road to Sonora Creek Farm for a little dressage show. It turned out to be a great experience all around and I am very happy with Joe’s performance. Our scores were nothing to write home about, but our personal goals were met.

Joe Bear was a little nervous when I started warming up and when we first started circling the dressage arena, but as soon as he entered at A, all his tension dissolved and he went beautifully for the judge. He was so laid back actually, that she told me he needed to work harder next time!

Paula's husband is very supportive of her "horse habit".

These were, my husband, David’s first shows too, as usually he is just a spectator. It works out perfectly because he takes care of the trailer while I take care of Joe. During the shows he is either helping with Joe Bear or taking pictures and videos of us. It is an enormous help having him there. Thank you!

June 2, 2007 - Joe Gets a New Trailer!

Joe Bear gets a new trailer! June 2, 2007

They say that buying the horse is just the beginning...It’s true. BUT what is more fun than buying horse stuff!?

My husband David now knows all about it and has the fever too. Ever since he took the plunge in buying Joe Bear he has become actively involved with everything horses. So much so, he is not satisfied watching Joe laze around the barn. He is ready to see us compete. No arguments here!

We began our search for a trailer a couple of months ago and soon realized how hard it is to find what I wanted. Joe is a big boy, and there are certain specifics that are a must. Straight-load, walk-thrus with a ramp are hard to come by. One day I came across a website with Hawk trailers. I fell in love with them. I did continue to look around, but always came back to the Hawk.

Joe Bear gets a new Hawk horse trailer from his dad David.

Joe Bear gets a new Hawk horse trailer from his dad David.

Eventually we decided it was the way to go and I found a dealer in Greenville, South Carolina.

I was thrilled when the time FINALLY came to go pick it up. Neither David nor I had driven with a horse trailer before and our first experience was traveling 2 hours home on the highway. Thankfully the trip went smoothly and we proudly honked the horn to announce our arrival when we got back to the barn.

Joe Bear checks out his new Hawk horse trailer. June 2, 2007

I brought Joe Bear out to show him and he was very interested in everything. He looked it over inside and out, and I believe we have his approval. I am very excited to start getting around and doing different events. It is going to be a fun year and this success story page is about to get longer!

Paula & JB

David Gunnels has now raised the bar even higher! First he buys his wife a horse and now a trailer.

Elizabeth's Note: OK gentleman. David Gunnels has now raised the bar even higher! First he buys his wife a horse for Valentine's Day and now a horse trailer. And, to top it all off, he is joining her a long romantic rides in the forest. He is a hero to every woman out there. Take a cue from David if you want to add a little spice to your life!

David is joining his wife Paula on long rides in the forest. May 26, 2007.
David is joining his wife Paula on long trail rides in the forest on OTTBs. May 26, 2007.

April 23, 2007

Happy Birthday Joe Bear!!
Joe Bear's mom, Paula, wants to wish a Happy Birthday to Joe Bear!

April 7, 2007

Happy Easter from Joe Bear, Paula and David.
Happy Easter from Joe Bear, Paula and David.

Hey Elizabeth and Barry,

I just wanted to tell you about my Easter ride on Sunday.

Since David came to visit Joe that day, I didn’t want to bore him with just “riding around in circles” (what he calls dressage work) so I tacked Joe up in his jumping gear and set out to do some jumping. I was glad to see some new jumps set up for Easter. The different decorations and colors are great experience for him.

While we were jumping, I noticed such an improvement to his confidence level as he approaches the fence. He doesn’t feel like he has to rush at it to get over. He just trots or canters up and takes it in stride. Speaking of strides, we have not mastered that yet. I plan to do more work approaching smaller fences, learning to see the stride…when to lengthen and when to shorten. It is definitely something you need to learn how to do. When we do find the right spot it is wonderful.

Last night, when I came out to ride, even after all that jumping, Joe didn’t have any stiffness. I am very excited! That chiropractic maintenance work has really paid off for him. Thanks Dr. Cleveland!

When are we going to have another grid lesson?

JB and PJ THE Perfect Pair. BUMS OFF!!!

Joe Bear and Paula - Jumping for JOY!
Joe Bear and Paula - Jumping for JOY!

March 4, 2007

Joe Bear and his mom Paula Gunnels. March 4, 2007
Joe Bear and his mom Paula Gunnels. March 4, 2007

Joe Bear and his mom Paula Gunnels. March 4, 2007

Joe Bear and friends. March 4, 2007

February 14, 2007 -
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YES! Joe Bear is finally mine!!!! I have been waiting and praying for this for the last 3 years. It was a long time to love something so much and know that you can lose it at any time. Now, thanks to the support and patience of Elizabeth and Barry, and of course the love of my husband, my dream has finally come true!

Paula received Joe Bear for Valentines Day from her husband David.

Paula's husband David does the "right thing" for Valentine's Day

Usually, buying the horse is the beginning of the adventure, but for Joe and me, our story has already begun. I came to Bits and Bytes Farm in June 2003. I had years of riding experience, but nothing of the type of experience I have gained here. The lessons I have learned are priceless. Of course riding young horses straight off the track was something totally new, but going beyond the riding, I have learned so much about how these horses change and mature over time. The secret with them is a one on one relationship, and a consistent training program. This makes such a difference. They literally become happier, quieter and more confident. Thoroughbreds are incredibly personal and when they love you, you will know.

Paula and Joe Bear - Forever!

When I was new to the barn, I would go in and walk straight past Joe's stall without even noticing him. He was quiet and reserved and stood in the shadows of his stall. I knew about him of course, and had seen Elizabeth riding him, but he never really caught my eye. Elizabeth loved him and always encouraged me to give him a try. Finally, one night I did. I immediately knew he was the type of horse I would like to ride because he responded to pressure from my legs and was soft in my hands. I felt he was a very “trainable” horse.

Joe Bear and Paula at the Imtiaz Anees clinic.

I had been working with Irish at this point and a few weeks later he was sold and moved to California. Elizabeth asked me who I would like to work with and Joe Bear was my choice. I didn’t realize at that point just how far that decision would take me. We began working together in December 2003 and we've been inseparable ever since!

Joe Bear and Paula - December 28, 2003
Joe Bear and Paula - December 28, 2003

It did take us about 3 months to really "get along." He is a more sensitive horse and at first I struggled to learn how to ride him. Sometimes I even felt like he didn't like me very much. Slowly things improved. He taught me how to ride with softer hands and smaller aids and he learned to relax and accept the contact. It is amazing to me to remember back to how he used to go and compare it to now. When you are living it, it is easy to lose track of how much progress they actually make.

Joe Bear and Paula - March 14, 2004
Joe Bear and Paula - March 14, 2004

As the months past, I became more and more attached and started worrying about people coming out to look at horses. Joe Bear, after all, was for sale. A few times I had to witness people trying him, with my heart in my throat. Thankfully none of them liked him enough to pursue it further.

Joe Bear and Paula - May 23, 2004
Joe Bear and Paula - May 23, 2004

About Joe:
It was Barry who described him best when he said that Joe is "Cool and confident in who he is." He is a real gentleman with such a sweet nature. He has impeccable ground manners and is the same horse every time I ride him - whether I ride every day or only once a week. We joke and call him “THE Joe Bear” because he is so good at everything he does and always looks so elegant doing it. He is a real ladies man. Everyone at the barn loves him; people and horses alike. He no longer stands hiding in the corner of his stall. His head is out and looking around and waiting for attention. If I don't go and visit him first, I hear about it!

Joe Bear and Paula - January 1, 2005
Joe Bear and Paula - January 1, 2005

Joe Bear and Paula at the Olympic Horse Park in Conyers, GA. - September 2004

Things began to get serious:
By the end of 2004, I had no doubt in my mind that this was the horse I wanted. There was nothing I could do about it though because my new husband and I were still trying to get ourselves financially stable.

 

 

Joe Bear and Paula at the Olympic Horse Park in Conyers, GA. - September 2004

Paula and Joe Bear compete in a horse show at Wills Park in Alpharetta, GA. April 2005
Paula and Joe Bear compete in a horse show at Wills Park in Alpharetta, GA. April 2005

Joe Bear and Paula - May 29, 2005
Joe Bear and Paula - May 29, 2005

In February 2005, I wanted to move a step closer to buying him so I asked Elizabeth if I could lease him, with the intent to purchase. I wanted her to know that I was serious...and I wanted to have him to myself. I loved every minute of leasing him, but there was always that fear that someone would come and want to buy him. I knew there were people interested and asking about him.

Joe Bear and Paula at Oxer Farm -October 2005.
Joe Bear and Paula at Oxer Farm -October 2005.

For Halloween Joe Bear was dressed as Huge Heffner and Paula was his bunny.
For Halloween Joe Bear was dressed as Huge Heffner and Paula was his bunny. October 2005

Joe Bear and Paula - November 6, 2005
Joe Bear and Paula - November 6, 2005

Often I felt I would never be able to afford him and I was heartbroken at the thought of having to give him up. But I kept hoping month after month and towards the end of last year things started to look up.

Joe Bear and Paula - September 6, 2006
Joe Bear and Paula - September 6, 2006

My husband David and I began talking more seriously about buying him, and I was thinking at least a few more months from now. I never for a second thought that David would buy him for me so soon and surprise me with him like he did.

Joe Bear and Paula - September 6, 2006
Joe Bear and Paula - September 6, 2006

The whole experience on Valentines Day was so surreal and I have re-lived it over in my head time and time again. It began the Wednesday night before Valentines when Elizabeth and I were riding. She suggested that we have a Valentines Party from the horses to all their favorite girls. She told me most of the friends of the barn had recently broken up with their boyfriends and this was something we could do to make them feel better. Of course I was on board. I love fun festivities with the horses. The idea was that everyone would dress nicely and take coupled pictures with their horses. It would be Prom all over again...only with better dates this time. When I told David that I wanted us to go to the barn for Valentines, he acted like he didn't like the idea. He did a good job pretending.

Allison and Brewster.
Allison and Brewster.

The day of Valentines I went to Party City at lunch and bought decorations. I knew we were having a "stage" for the photo shoot and we needed to decorate it. Nothing like unknowingly planning your own surprise party! I was one of the last to arrive at the barn that night and everyone was ready for the photos. They were going one by one to get their pictures taken. It wasn't hard pulling the wool over my eyes, even when Elizabeth told me to bring Joe last in case he broke something. I remember thinking it was weird, but it was only a fleeting thought…


David surprised Paula with the best ever Valentine's Day gift!

By the time it was Joe and my turn, everyone was standing around watching. Only some of my friends knew what was coming. Joe was a little nervous about the lights and activity and wouldn't put his ears forward for his pictures, so I asked David to get a peppermint to rustle the paper. Elizabeth went into the feed room to get "a treat" and came out with the infamous Red Ribbon and passed it to David. I saw it and froze. I knew what it meant, but I couldn't believe it. My mouth dropped open and I just stood there. I looked at Elizabeth for confirmation and she was teary eyed and grinning. I asked her, "Really?" She nodded. Then I turned to David and he was holding the ribbon out to me smiling ear to ear. I couldn't believe it was finally my moment. All I could do was hug him very hard and tell him thank you. When I put the ribbon over Joe's head and around his neck he never moved a muscle. It was like he was thinking..."It’s about time I got one of these!" He wore it proudly while everyone laughed and cheered and took pictures. It was an amazing moment. Joe was finally mine.

There is nothing like the love of a Thoroughbred. Can we make one your Valentine?

There is nothing like the love of a Thoroughbred.

 

Paula and Joe Bear.

 

Barry had prepared food for the occasion and we opened a bottle of champagne. It was a time to celebrate and I love the opportunity to share it with everyone. I cannot wait to see where the future goes from here. I know it is going to be so much fun!

Paula Gunnels

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~JB and PJ THE Perfect Pair. BUMS OFF!!!~

Joe Bear's secret passion
Joe Bear and Paula - January 15, 2006 Roll over the image to see Joe Bear's secret passion.
Photography by Elizabeth - creativity added by Marie vanRoekel. April 27, 2006

Joe Bear and Paula on a trail ride in January 2006
Joe Bear and Paula on a trail ride in January 2006

 


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