ha ha - you've all heard it before... same old story...... brat kid who is GOD of all things horses, including training, veterinary and farrier (has owned 1 less than 10 years). The only thing I know for sure is: the horse will eventually make a fool out of someone like this (with any luck, they will learn from that experience).... ask me how I know this - LOL...
Last edited by Jumpin_Horses; Feb. 27, 2013 at 05:08 PM.
There is a local expert/instructor who's a real gem. Some of the "wisdom" she passes along:
---You should always wrap horses' legs with polos before you ride out on trails.
---32 degrees is too cold to ride because it damages the horses' lungs
---One must always ride one's dressage test in front of the judge with horse wearing pretty white polo wraps
---You should never turn your horse after a jump
---Proper hand position while riding on the flat is to bury your knuckles in your horse's withers
*friend of bar.ka
"Evidently, I am an unrepentant b*tch, possible trouble maker, and all around super villian"