Another one of my favorite memories (well, series of memories) from last year’s World Equestrian Games?

Over the course of more than a year, our office location here at the Kentucky Horse Park (and knowing the designer and builders of the WEG driving course) afforded us the unique opportunity to watch the marathon course take shape. It literally grew before our eyes, and I feel very fortunate to have been able to share that progress here on the blog. If you missed it, you can click on the “WEG 2010” topic and scroll back through to the beginning.

Then, when the marathon course was finished and decorated came the chance to fly up above it all to photograph the finished marathon obstacles. What fun that was … even if it was rather windy up there!

And, on a similar note, what a treat it was to be able to be able to watch the Western vehicles moved into place at one of the marathon obstacles, and to see them all up close and to learn more about each one.

It was fun to be able to share these unique views here on the blog, and if you were following alond during WEG, I hope you enjoyed these peeks behind the scense as well.