Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: you care? Creeper!
• Horses: 0
gloves! Also, it sounds painful, but if you want, you can go without them and wait for your hands to get used to them (I just got out of my winter gloves and used up half of my bandaid supply on blisters alone) thin-ish riding gloves are great though. They come in all sizes, just don't get some color like white that gets dirty quickly and should not be insulated or baggy (unless they are winter gloves)
Also, the horse should NOT being pulling her head down..it's just bad manners. Just giver her a little kick each time she does it. She'll learn you mean business soon enough and let up.
My horse came out of a freaking dream.....<3