Now, I talk about Boots a lot, but I do need to remind myself that I might consider April too depending on who works for me best. April seems to be coming around, but for some weird reason, Boots decided to try kicking me yesterday and showed some aggression. It might just have been the weather - I don't know, I'll have to find out.
I don't know though. Should I just push things with Boots, or should I do it with April who is nearing the age of 2 (and still hasn't been touched)? She's really filling out nicely (other than the worm belly), and if she's any indication, I imagine Boots will be a good looker, too.
I plan on gaining a job at a casino as a waitress. If I do so successfully, I may be able to grab up two horses. One will probably be Fancy, a seasoned mare that I've had serious interest in since ride number one - I just could never buy her because the ranch owner thinks every horse she owns is a multi-thousand dollar horse. They're not. Their school horses at best, and a lot of them don't even really look that amazing - they're good, but not work 3,000+. Only a couple I know might be worth that, and it's because they really are huge, awesome athletes for a young rider who will take her a looong way.
But anyway, if I make the money I wish to take one of the kids (April or Boots) and Fancy. I'll have a seasoned horse to ride while I wait for the other to age, and continue having a decent horse while I have training difficulties with the other. I've always loved Fancy.
So I need some opinions. I'm lost on what to do for absolutely sure.