This is the page where Elizabeth and Barry will share training tips
and give updates on the horses currently in training at the farm.
Each weekend the boarders and the "Friends of Bits & Bytes
Farm" do a group training lesson either at the farm or on the
Poplar Place Farm Horse Trails / B&B Picnic
Saturday, September 26, 2004 we loaded up the picnic baskets and
coolers and headed to the Poplar Place Farm Horse Trails to show support
for our trainer Elisa Wallace. Many of Elisa's Bits & Bytes Farm
students were able to be there to cheer her on to her first place
finish in the Open Training Division A.
Join us anytime you see the Bits & Bytes
Farm picnic table set up. Everyone is always welcome. No invitation
necessary. Joshua's mom and dad, Kelli and Bill Schulyer, brought
along chicken salad and croissants. Leighton made her famous pimento
Elisa's dad Rick Wallace was also competing in the Intermediate Division
where he finished fourth. What a talented family! We hope to get Rick
to come to Bits & Bytes Farm to do a clinic this fall.
Rick Wallace on Back N-A Flash
Other members of the Bits & Bytes Farm extended family were also
competing. Morgan Rehm was competing on Snake Proof who is a former
Bits & Bytes Farm Thoroughbred off-the-track. See Snake
Proof's update page with photos.
Former Bits & Bytes Farm horse Snake Proof
with mom Morgan Rehm in the dressage arena.
Elisa Wallace and Jackson in the dressage
Fox hunting friends Ashley Kemp, Amanda Carter, Tom and Carolyn
Cadier were all there showing good form as well. Former boarding
friend Johanna Dufort was competing in the Advanced Division
and finished second! Congratulations Joey! Former Bits &
Bytes Farm boarder, Betty Morgan was also competing with her
new horse Martini in the Novice Rider Division against Tom Cadier.
Lisa Wallace supporters.
Betty Morgan and Martini.
Fox hunting friend Ashley Kemp and her pony
My Silver Lining (Cole).
Elisa Wallace and Jackson take the Liverpool
option to save time. Most other riders took the easier but longer
way around to the vertical. Many horses and riders had problems at
Many of our friends were able to stop by our table and share in the
bounty. We welcome everyone to visit if you see us at any event. Look
for the matching green Bits & Bytes Farm shirts and stop by to
visit and have your questions answered. We always have plenty of food
and enough good will to share with everyone! We hope to see you soon
at our next picnic.
Don't be shy. Stop by for a visit when you
see the green Bits & Bytes Farm shirts.