Hi, I was wondering if I could get some feedback from those of you who have shot in artificial light. My subjects of preference are horses in horse shows. Unfortunately most of the shows are held at indoor facilities which present challenges if you are not the photographer in the middle of the ring (which I most definitely am not!). That leaves me shooting "over the rail" with NO flash - out of courtesy to the horses and riders in the ring - a flash in the ring most of our horses are used to but if it's coming at them from an area they are not expecting (on the side, or in the stands) they could spook and I certainly don't want that. This photo was taken over the rail in some pretty bad light, obviously indoors. I do realize that the rider is slightly out of focus, but I do love the expression on the horse's face! Any suggestions on improvement on shooting in very unnatural light without a flash? I did just purchase a Nikkor f/2.8 80-200mm lens which I am hoping will help. Thanks for any help!