This is just a poll, Im curious on other riders and what they do in their riding :)
Well, you found the right lady because I just love polls! What type of riding do you do? English, Western, Dressage, Eventing, etc:
Western, but with an ever so slight edge of English and I think for me that's a good thing - a lot of the basics are practiced (like posting.) (UGH) but it's all for the good. I love my school. What breed of horse do you own/lease/ride:
I use the lesson horses and lately, I'm back on the Morgan I started riding on, a big old boy, but lazy as hell. Now it's driving me nuts. But he's rock solid.
My favorite horse is on maternity leave. She's a QH and I love her and her peppy step and intuition. Miss her awfully. What is your horse's favorite food:
anything. he will eat **** near anything. and the thing is, he has to be monitored because he's diabetic. so I can't slip him a mint when he's particularly energetic for me. Do you have any barn drama?:
people or horse?
whereever living things congregate, there is drama up the wazoo.
Whats the cutest thing you've done with your horse:
A seminar where he refused to do much of anything without being cued six million different ways. He's so cute -being he's a good looking horse with a wild lock of hair that covers his face that's his signature but he is a lazy butt - so the audience was literally in stitches. We practically got to take a bow. Whats your best achievement you and your horse have done:
Yesterday we loped. And as usual he didn't sustain it but I'm slowly learning some of it is me but a lot of it is him. So my best acheivement is to come - this horse will only give what you ask for PERFECTLY, which is how he gets out of doing a lot. So I'll have to either learn to ask perfectly or be content with one run down a straightaway at a lope. But our trot is gorgeous. So I think it's actually for the good. But can be frustrating I have to admit, especially when you have a class that's loping around happily. Thanks
you're welcome. :)