The worst is trying to explain a rodeo event to someone who has no clue. I remember being really excited about something and telling a non-rodeo friend "I know you won't understand any of this, but I'm really excited and I want to tell someone so just nod and smile, OK??"
Horse girl problems--I even tried to explain to my horse how much it hurts....I don't think he got it... ;)
yeah we don't work. LOL try sweeping out a barn almost every day plus taking care of five other kind of animals! sorry I guess that sounded like a lot more work in my head, but it is NOT
Horrible!!! Whether its corn dust or hay dust, it gets inhaled!
I had the same exact feeling about a I used to ride named Alexsis. She was perfect for me. She was such a good horse. I cared for her and rode her and loved her like she was my own horse. I wanted sooooo badly to show her in a show coming up and my instructor even said I was ready. But that never happened. We started going to a new barn & I havn't seen her since. I miss her sooooooo much!!!!
so true...although my balance on horses could be better haha
Always. My step-dad has started doing this, and he isn't even a big "horse person" me and my mom are converting him. :D