Join Date: May 2010
Location: Northern California
I would just say something, you are not doing the horse any good by just wanting to help you have to take your opinion to the coach better yet you need to have your mother explain to the coach that it is her horse and she doesn't approve of circumstances. She need to be polite of course but stay firm and she re-frame from using phrases such as "your methods" "What you do" "how you do things" this will only create confrontation. she just needs to say "I would like my sons horse to have a decent brake between lessons and a weight restriction, because he is older and I want him to be and stay as healthy as possible".
Don't breed, buy. Don't buy, adopt.
Last edited by farley; 02-09-2012 at 12:04 AM.