Once upon a time, I was a super good equestrian with goals and metrics and measurables and I took all the lessons and went all the places and lived and breathed horses.
|can you even with how cute she is|
Last year, I really struggled with horses and riding because I cannot sink that kind of time and energy into so I cannot ride at the level that I am accustom. Which means. Riding isn't competitive. It's supposed to be fun. Fun is great I guess but there are a lot of cheaper ways to have fun.
If you've ever been pretty good at something and then you're not so good at it and when you're doing it, you know the problem is you and you can't fix it?
It's hard to want to keep doing it.
|even at her shaggy moose-i-est|
I've had a lot of horses and been around a lot more.
And I know that she's the sort of horse you only meet once or maaaaaybe twice in a lifetime, if you're very lucky.
|trot 2 circles. jump like whoa. toodle bareback.|
Developing a well-mannered, confident and happy all-around horse is always in good taste though.
And do you know how I develop an all around horse?
I do all the things.