Siggy Strutting his Stuff to the song Desert Rose by Sting
The horse before Siggy and I had a wonderful run with lots of movement that really made the horse shine in the ring. Siggy looked on and I could tell that he was not going to be out done by any other horse and I was having a hard time trying to hold Siggy back, at least until the other horse left the ring that is. It was time for us to preform and I did not have to tell Siggy twice he was off a running showing his self off in all his glory, kicking up his heal, showing off his awesome movement and his fiery attitude he gets when he is in the ring. Siggy when not in showing mode is so friendly and quiet, a real sweet heart, he is always mindful of the humans even if there is a mare around, he may whinny or nicker at her but he is always a gentlemen when being handled by a human. I watched on along with my helper Robert, we hardly had to encourage Siggy to preform and preform he did Tail flagging, rearing, bucking and he even threw in some of the Western Dressage that Siggy and I were working on to add to our western Dressage routine, which made me do a double take at this magnificent stallion that graces RKO Haven Estate and becoming a best friend to myself and the rest of my staff. The crowd cheered him on and the more they did the better he got. Than it was time to collect him because our time was up. Siggy's music stopped and Siggy walked right over to me and let me put the halter over his head so I can take him out of the ring. There were two more horses that went after Siggy and I and they were very good too. But the judge gave Siggy his second 2nd place ribbon and said that she can't wait to see Siggy do his dance again and that once Siggy gets more confident in his self there will be on stopping him.