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 Great camera help!

Great camera help!

We have been so fortunate to develop long time relationships with so many of our contributors, many of them dating back to the days when I worked at the no longer published magazine The Trail Less Traveled. These folks have become more that resources, we considerer ourselves fortunate enough to call them friends.

We were lucky enough to get to catch up with one such friend, Joe Wolter, between clinics at the home Steve and Amy LeSatz, talented horse people themselves, who we are working at getting in front of the camera too! Joe worked with saddling and preparing one of Amy’s young horses on a blustery May morning. The segment turned out great, but the footage we shot in the afternoon was just too affected by the high winds…. we’ll have to try and shoot that one again some calmer day!

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