Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Kansas in the summer, Kentucky most of the time
Yeah you are right that it's good to have a goal to work towards. I just hate to see people (speaking in general now) that go out and ride for ribbons and points rather than riding for your horse.
It's hard to remember what is important when you are so used to your horse going clean. Trust me, I had one of those. But my trainer (and a bowed tendon on her part) brought me back to earth really quickly.
Look like a SUPERSTAR, Ride like a FOUR STAR, Win like a ROCKSTAR
Eventers: Making BAD Dressage look GOOD!