Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: The Bluegrass State
I know I lesson on my own horse - in fact, my instructor requires it. I think it would almost be easier for you. No need to worry about spacing your horses out to make sure nobody gets too tired! Of course, you'd have the issue of the students having wacked up horses. But, as a previous poster mentioned, you could always ride them for a small fee, and tell them what to work on.
On a different note, I feel a bit bad for the mother, and the horse is well - the girl is young, and if she's loosing interest at that age, I doubt it will respark. It might, but I wouldn't count on it.
~ When I Die, Remember Me By My Horses ~
* Because They Are Responsible *
.: For Letting Me Live :. (c) xJumperx