Finding it hard to trust my own advice...
Recently when I've been posting on threads I end up posting advice that sounds all fine and dandy but then I realize I gave completely ridiculous, unhelpful advice. I don't know why...Maybe I'm just so scatter brained I can't think straight. It just kills me because I know better! Most of the things I post about are topics I am familiar with, have had experience with, and know about well enough to offer my assistance.....but for some reason I am just coming up blank and posting things that don't make sense.
Over the past few weeks, I've gotten a lot of "Actually, Sorrelhorse..." and "Thats not quite right, Sorrelhorse...."
Ugh. I know this kind of is irrelevant to most people, but I'm not sure I trust myself to post anything anymore. I want to help all I can, but I would rather not say a word than say something and get it completely off base.
I suppose this is how we learn, tohugh....right?
Sorry guys, just a little stressed. After my recent confidence meltdown it's been ahrd for me to stay consistent with the horses. Would be nice to know if anyone else went through this phase in their horse related career too?
Pssh.I didn't pick up the wrong lead
It's called a counter canter...
...A very advanced maneuver.