Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: ~*~ NEBRASKA ~*~
I say go for it!! The right horse should fit right in with your schedule just fine..although I am sure you may have times where you just can't drag yourself away ha ha.
Just have a contingency plan for emergencies. Horses can occasionally get hurt, things happen while you are there and you need a plan in case you end up having to wait around for a vet, farrier, etc. That is the only thing that I have an issue with because I find myself scrambling to make sure the baby is taken care of when emergencies happen....I found out yesterday because I had to pick up baby by 6 and at 5:15 Cinny decides to be an idiot and cut his fetlock BAD. That's when I get frazzled....baby, hurt horse, baby, hurt horse What do you do? Luckily daddy was able to pick up baby but he usually works out of town so... Anyway, you get the point. Oh, and the horse is fine, it looked worse than it was...