Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Queensland, Australia.
She is only ridden in the advanced groups and she has a document signed before anyone rides any of her horses so she can't be held resposible. This is the story of Corby it may help you undestand the mind of Corby:
Corby was highly drugged when my instructor got her, she was perfect for a week and after a week she started bucking. So my instructor worked with her doing the basics starting from the beginning. My instructor then got a knee ingury and couldn't work with Corby anymore. And also because Corby is so small it started hurting her back, so my instructor asked one of the lighter advanced rideres to work Corby (if they wanted). Then they left, so my instructor started putting me on her on Tuesdays. Corby is not a school horse. She is a challenge for the more advanced riders if they want to. They've had her checked for everything you can think of and they can't find anything wrong with her. Please stop saying she is hurt or anything like that. As I can't do anything about it. Corby isn't usually as bad as she was that day. Usually she will throw in one or two bucks and then that will be it. She was just having a bad day.
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