A Choose Your Own Misadventure Book
The Big George Morris Clinic
by H. B. Farmer

What will happen when George Morris comes to town? YOU decide!

Thursday, December 31, 2015

A Year Without George Morris: Day -1

It is an annual tradition at this time of year to curl up on the sofa and watch the George H. Morris Horsemastership Training Session.  This year I have to watch it without George.  It isn't even 2016 yet and I miss him already.  I will survive.  I will survive.  Will I survive?

Monday, November 30, 2015

No No Stirrups November A Success For Local Rider

Local rider Lauren Montgomery has declared No No Stirrups November a success.  Montgomery managed to go the entire month without once riding without stirrups.  To accomplish this feat, Montgomery had to pull from a long list of excuses, including:
It was windy.
It was raining.
Someone else was jumping in the arena.
Someone else was riding in the arena.
There was a dog barking nearby.
Montgomery now has her sights set on January, where she hopes to set a new personal record for breaking her New Year's resolutions.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Black Friday Sale Starts Monday!

Get a jump on your Black Friday shopping!  Hillbilly Press has announced a Black Friday Sale** starting Monday, November 23rd.  During this time the only book in the Hillbilly Press catalog, The Big George Morris Clinic, will be on sale for the low, low price of $0.99 (regular retail price is $0.99, a savings of 0.0%!).  Don't miss out on this great deal!  Buy now before it's too late!!


This choose your own misadventure book presents you with the once in a lifetime opportunity to attend a clinic with the infamous George Morris. "The Big George Morris Clinic" is a chance to learn from the best and experience what it feels like to get yelled at by a legend. What will happen when George Morris comes to town? YOU decide!

**Usual restrictions and exclusions apply.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Area Rider Worried She Is The Reason George Morris Not Teaching Clinics In 2016

Upon hearing the news that George Morris would not be teaching clinics in 2016, area rider Claire Lucas became concerned that she might be to blame.  "I took a clinic from George Morris a few weeks ago and I thought it went pretty well.  Then when I heard this news I started to worry.  I mean, I know I am not the greatest rider and I fell off twice, but could I be bad enough to make George Morris quit?"

Lucas also expressed concern that her horse, Cahoots, might have contributed to Morris's sabbatical.  Reflecting on her horse's contributions to her two falls, she asked, "Do you think Cahoots could have pushed George over the edge?"

Morris could not be reached for comment.

Friday, March 20, 2015

Quotable Quote

"In the spring a young horse's thoughts turn to whatever that is lurking in the bushes over there."