Starman is tolerating his job as a school master. Even though he is not as fond of his job, he inspires many of my students with his talent and ability. If the student isn't amazed by the way he feels, then they are by watching him go with me riding. He has a huge heart and tries to do exactly what is asked from him. His body is getting old and sore, but he will still jump over any fence in the arena whether his rider asks or not (this has surprised quite a few riders). He still is magnificent to look at and he still, at times, gets the "looks of eagles" in his eye. He pouts when I get another horse ready for a competition, thinking that he is the only one truly worthy of that position. Here is to you Starman, thank you for so many fabulous years, thank you for everything you taught me, and thank you for teaching your riders the beauty and harmony of dressage and the thrill of jumping!