Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Rochester, New York
Ahh, that's how I got when I rode english. My ex-trainer always put us down whenever we did something she didnt like, or we did something wrong, thinking that it would just make us work hard to prove her wrong, that we were really good riders, but it did the opposite. It made us all dread going to our lessons, and what not. So, I got so fed up with it, and I stopped riding for about a year. I just got back into riding in early March of this year. And I couldnt be happier. However, I don't take lessons anymore, I am leasing a horse. So I get to do what I want!
But What I am trying to say is, sometimes taking a break is not a bad thing. It will make you 'miss' riding, and see why you actually love it.
When God Made Horses, He Painted The Good Ones.
"All I pay my psychiatrist is the cost of feed and hay, and he'll listen to me any day."