Originally Posted by Wheatermay
what a cutie!!!
You talking about the saddle or the kid. Its one of my grand children. He has grown a little since the photo and now he does not like me. When gramps says no, he means it, the meany.
I went shopping with my son and grandson. The younger one played up. My son tried to reason with him to change the behaviour. Did not work. I in the end steped in and kindly said don't try and reason with a baby show and tell it what to do. I waited untill he tried it on again took him by the hand firmly said no and made him follow me. The older generation in the supermarket gave me the heads up sign. My son gave me a look I responded with (it worked on you to and your sister) Josh did as he was told and came to the conclusion he did not like gramps.
Back to the horse, have you noticed they to are like teenagers always testing the boundries. No disrespect to the teenagers on this thread it is a comment said with love from a dad who has not forgotten what bringing up teenagers is like.
You will notice how big the stirrups are. That is if I fall off the foot will come out and not get hooked up. I hope