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Re: Please help with a horse

Posted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:32 am
by happyhippy
Trinder,I totally get where you are coming from lol!I used to look after horses myself when much younger,and still love them.I think you've offered the OP excellent advice hon.

Re: Please help with a horse

Posted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 3:25 pm
by Pumpkin&Piglet
Soo sorry, we've not had the internet and home and I've been poorly so that's why I've not bene on here for ages.

I think that I would offer to do it again as I feel that new experiences are good and learning isn't that bad either and I need more time to really put into practice the advice I was given, I have two small boys so couldn't give peanut the time I might try to if I did it again.

There is certainly more I could have done though and after more time I'm sure I would have gotten more comfortable with it all.

It did tell me that I am not into horses and so not to spend out a lot of money on horsey courses to then go and work with them! But I will still ride for pleasure every now and again and see how it goes.