Best of 2021 Video Countdown: #11 – May We All Love Eventing as Much as Keira and ‘Flower’

Each day between now and the New Year we’re counting down the top 20 most popular videos shared on EN in 2021. The #11 spot goes to this video, which garnered 1,737 views when it was originally posted on Sept. 22, 2021.

We met Keira O’Connor-Reichert and her 12.2-hand Welsh pony, Pine Creek’s Snapdragon (Evans Cirque Du Drallion – Cymareg’s Rain or Shine), or “Flower” earlier this year, and this dynamic duo is back with a new helmet cam from Loch Moy Farm. A few snippets from Keira’s running conversation with Flower, all of which I could put on an inspirational t-shirt, honestly:

“Rise and shine pretty girl!”

“It kind of looks scary but it really isn’t it’s actually really simple. It’s not THAT bad.”

“I know it’s a pheasant feeder so it looks really weird but it’s actually really really easy. You just like pop over it – no probs!”

“See? It’s a piece of cake, Flower. No problems. All fun through the woods!”

“Oh you like the water, this one’s fun!”

“Not even scary, quite honestly. I feel like Beginner Novice can do better than that!”

“Good job, see I told you it was a breeze!”

Photo courtesy of Debbie Reichert.

These rides remind me of how much fun this sport is, and where it all begins. Life throws us many a curveball, but at the end of the day we’ll always have the horses.

Also, I’m starting a petition to bring Keira along on a five-star course walk so we can get some of her excellent, chipper commentary! Who’s with me??

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