I actually really enjoyed it, mainly because it showed me that this GP rider was quite down to earth, was very able to boast her accomplishments when and where they should have been boasted, but also cursed her own mishaps during the ride in exactly the same manner I curse my OWN faults during a plain old lesson!
It helped to show me that at heart, many riders, regardless of level, really are much the same. We all love what we are doing, want to do our best to understand out mount and give them our all, and want to also really go all out when the time is right
! It was completely fun for me to hear her talking about how much she and her horse totally got into "showing off" for a crowd, and I loved her openness and unabashed manner of referring to the things she was thinking.
She's seemingly a pretty cool chick, from the teeny bit she let us see in her video, anyway!
I would continue to follow her cable show/You Tube channel, and the information she puts out, because IMO, anyone who can laugh at herself AND feel pride in her work is well- balanced mentally and a person worthy of potentially taking some advice from!