I realize I can't give you a man's true perspective but my husband has always enjoyed horses as a child he helped his cousin with his heavy horses and has always had a soft spot for them. I bought him a horse for father's day 3 years ago now and he loves riding and driving. His mare is a solid Canadian horse and he adores her. We ride together and sometimes with our daughter. There is a saying that goes something like this -there is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of man.
I don't know if it is something about the outside of the horse or the places a horse transports me to. But I would much rather be on top of a mountain with my horse vs walking down a crowded street in a foreign city.
The Red Castle in the Uinta Wilderness is every bit as stunning as any castle along the Rhine in Germany.
I read the guys artical thread and I was wondering.
How many of us guys have there own horses, put up our own hay, and do all the horse stuff, before they met there wife.
I rode, owned horses, showed and helped with feeding etc when I was young (before I met my wife). I was later away from horses for a period of time which was probably the worst mistake I ever made. Fortunately that was later corrected.... Posted via Mobile Device
There is a saying that goes something like this -there is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of man.
I think Winston Churchill said it... And it is sooooo true! Just a few minutes even standing next to my horse is the most effective de-stressing procedure that I have access to... Posted via Mobile Device