Chingaz you weren't setting him up to fail by riding when it's windy, if that was the case then most of do set out horses up to fail, I am glad you and chinga are ok though!
To make you feel better I also had one of my worst falls last week, I was riding skip around midnight ( we were camping out, and we rode over the the nearby barn to geta bag of corn to boil) skip is the calmest horse we have so I carried the plastic bag ( now note, I know he is scared of bags.. we are working on that. I also knew before hand) he was perfectly fine with the bag at a walk, and a light jog, but the other girls took off loping away and he wanted to lop, and since he was ok at the trot I figured what the heck, and I let him go, well the bag on the saddle horn spooked him and he took off spinning and bucking, I managed to stay sitting for 8 of the 10 bucks, I hit my head on the saddle horn as well as getting scraped and bruises all up my sides and thighs. And skip ran off leaving me laying in a field with the bag of corn, luckily the girls realized I was down and came to find me, I was fine and skip was fine I rope him back home and he rode completely calm after that. I swear he was a bronc in his past life though! I set skip up to fail, and of course I paid the price for that, so now it's time to get him used to bags so that situation doesn't arise again!
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