What is the purpose of your post? Is it just a vent? If so consider yourself vented. Your grammer and spelling is atrocious and apparently you also used profanity. It just seems silly to vent about how someone else doesn't do this or that the way YOU seem to think it should be done and then come on here and post your vent in the manner that you have and then claim that your bad spelling and grammer is just the way you are and indicate that it shouldn't matter when called on it. It just makes YOU look ignorant immature. Nobody, including yourself, is under any obligation to take advise from anyone. However if you start giving unsolicited advise to someone you shouldn't be at all suprised when they don't take it.
"My biggest fear is that when I die my husband is going to try to sell all my horses and tack for what I told him they cost."
Your title tells us everything we need to "noe" about you. You called someone that you were giving unsolicited advice to a "stupid little girl". Perhaps she wasn't stupid, she just didn't feel you were any smarter about her sport than she was.
So, instead of marching over and telling her what she was doing "wrong' in your opinion, you might try next time saying "hey, great, I see you like pole bending too! Trigger and I were champions in the smart alec teenager pole bending division last summer, do you need any help?" If she tells you no, then just walk away.
The fact that you do not have access to a computer does not forgive you from either proper grammar or manners. Or spelling.
Last edited by 2ndyrgal; Jan. 3, 2013 at 12:36 PM.
Reason: I hate text abbreviations!
Maybe your barn time would be better spent enjoying your own horse instead of worrying about what others are doing with theirs. Leave the lessons to the instructors, only offer advice when asked for it and just enjoy your time there. Lots of kids your age would be over the moon to have riding opportunities so just enjoy what you have and stop worrying about what the other kids are doing.
I would say, everyone does has much to learn, that most of us already know.
Not everyone is ready to learn just any time, from anyone.
Maybe this girl didn't know how to go around the poles, but those barrel racers that qualified for the NFR, that were on the road all year, that earned all that money in tough competition?
My guess would be, maybe they do know what they are doing.
Wow! Brlhrslvr is such a wealth of horse information! Please tell us how you acquired your extensive knowledge. I am sure if you have been reading COTH, you will see that this forum is made up of mostly rank beginners (barely literate ones at that!) who really need someone with deep knowledge like you to teach them how to ride and handle horses.
I am floored by how much you appear to know (no, noe, now? - can't ever figure out which one to use!)