Thank you! I have been horseless (without my own horse) for about a year now. I sold her because I couldn't take care of her the way I know horses need to be taken care of. Sure, I probably could have afforded hay, enough to keep her alive, but I knew she deserved better than that. I have been waiting to make sure my income far exceeded my expenses. I have been working at a place where saddles are considered for the rider only. I can't stand it. I have big plans for this! Once I get my schedule smoothed out, I want to sponsor one underprivileged kid a month and give them and package of 4 free lessons. The owner, another woman who taught for years, years ago, and myself are planning some 4-5 hour workshops (free) this summer for underprivileged kids. I have a farrier who said she'd come out and do a demonstration for it. I'm very excited! Thanks everyone!