I have education on horses, I have experience and I know something..
Daddoesn't. He drove some working horses as a kid. And he willingly admits that I know more than he does and he claim he wants to learn..
But whatever I say, whatever piece of advice I'm giving him, I'm wrong, and he has his own ideas, and that's not right on his horse and so on...
And then there comes someone he has met for maybe 5 minutes who perhaps had a horse 10 years ago, and say the exact same thing I've said before, and all of a sudden he gets all thoughtful and ''Oooooh! Yeah, that's must be it!"
I mean..wtf!? He trusts more on a complete stranger than on his own daughter?! He rather believes in someone who he has o idea what experience they have on horses, than me who he knows has an education and experience?
It doesnt matter what I say.. I say his horses hooves arn't the best quality and it could helb with biotin, and he doesn't believe me. Then two days later he comes in and say 'the farier said I could try some biotine and that that could help! That's great, I should have known that before!"
Ok, the farrier has experience too, but what's with this thing to never believe in anything I say? :(
Why do I even try anymore?