|He is the best at ass shots.|
It's different with Courage, though. He's a good boy, but he's really green and I just don't trust him with my life the way I did Cuna.
I decided that it was fine. I mean, I was wearing a helmet and we were just doing flatwork. What could go wrong?
|Also Courage. He laughs at that too.|
How far is too far? I suppose it's one thing if you're a pro on your own property and you have to ride alone or not work, but as an adult ammy who has no vested financial interest in getting my horse more or less trained, what is the deciding factor when it comes to riding without someone else on the property? I don't even mean a trainer or eyes-on-the-ground necessarily--just someone to dial 911 in case it comes up.
So I'm curious. What makes the difference for you? What makes you ride or play another day?