Yep, directed at you. Just the training in general - if you have taught yourself, do you film your riding so you can go back and critique yourself and make sure that the horse is on the right track, or do you go soley by feel? Going by feel is great, but I wonder if you haven't ridden a more experienced horse before or have someone there to tell you when it's correct - how do you KNOW that what you are doing, is on the right track?
Just going off my own experience, I know that having regular lessons for myself keeps me in the right direction. I don't think that I am anywhere near experienced enough to assume that my work is 100% correct at all times without some guidance. In fact, there are not many around the world who could claim that, if any. I've ridden a lot of horses, a lot of schoolmasters etc. and I do think that I have a good feel on a horse. But I'm still not confident that I can train a horse entirely on my own, as a competition prospect, with no coaching guidance.