Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Bathurst, Australia.
Sounds like what happened to me at 13, let your life settle down, my mum lives basically on the doll, I don't work yet, and we have a horse. :) It makes life challenging, it just depends how commited yo uare to getting into horses. Wait a bit, do as much as you can at the schools, and get as much knowledge as you can, and when your old enough, get a job. :)
I only got bi weekly/monthly lessons, so what you get is already better then what I had. Noone I new had horses, I just had a love for them. When I was 12 I had to move away and did'nt have any lessons till I was 14, k now I own my horse, and am just starting to bring him back into work, he cost us $1000, but he's cost us in other ways, vetting and such. But he is stubborn as, and probably is'nt the perfect first horse. :)
Things will work out!