Well, two new students (sisters, 16 and 17) moved to the stable I board at, and they are show jumpers. When I ride or work with my gelding, they are always watching me, and when I finish, they always ask me why I didn't jump him. I always tell them that I've never jumped. Today when I told them this for the third time this week, them told me that if I can't jump, I shouldn't be riding. It got worse in the evening when one of the visitors asked me how long I'd been riding. One of them told her that I'd been riding for a while, but wasn't very good because I didn't jump. (Not that I am very good, lol) Also, they got the BO to let one of them ride my gelding in tomorrow's morning lesson. And them gloated over it, telling me that I'd see how wonderful he would be when she was riding him (For free board, I let them use my gelding in lessons) I was just curious, do you have to jump to be a good rider?