I defiantly wouldn't be able to afford lessons and a loan horse, or I might be able to afford one lesson a month which probably wouldn't be enough. I know that I have a long way to go with my riding.
I'll continue looking around for loans, but I know that I probably won't be able to get one that is cheap enough and suitable for me.
I know that the stables I go to isn't perfect, and there are better places but there is no where near to where I live that is better. For my first year of riding I went to an awful place, and I have also tried out somewhere else when considering moving from my current stables, but they didn't even let you tack up the horse.
When I'm told not to pick out Charlies feet, sometimes someone else does it, but sometimes not. Maybe they had been picked out recently though.
I'm just quite shy when it comes to talking to people that I don't know that well, it's not that my instructors are scary, horrible people or anything. There is usually only one or two instructors about when I'm getting the horse ready, and they are helping other people tack/un-tack their horses and I don't want to slow everything down.
Where do you think I could find someone who would like help with grooming their horses? That sound like a good way to learn about things
My mum doesn't think that lessons are pointless, but she has admitted she doesn't really see the progress that well. She is unsure at to where riding leads to, as in with milestones or things to aim for, and I suppose I am too. I do enjoy my lessons, but every one seems to be the same. If I continue my lessons, I'll probably find out though, and learn new stuff.