Originally Posted by AlexS
I ain't worried, my horse is for sure the MOST beautiful! :)
Stanley, I won't mention your stalking problem, if you don't mention my almost 40 problem. Deal?
Stan I used to teach at a therapeutic riding school. A ramp is essential, and even with that, it's hard to get a larger rider on a horse, my back used to give out on me all the time, even using the approved way to get them on and off.
Roslyns charge has Prader Willi syndrome which effects the brain and the bones so getting him on a horse is not only difficult but also some danger to the guy should he fall. She has managed to get him to ride for a few minutes but hanging on is a problem. I was thinking taking my Tucker endurance saddle for them to try as it has a high pomel which can be used as a handle.
I took Bugs out in the new trailer just to get him used to it. He settled quickly and when unloading I thought I'd let him out via the front side exit. He just wandered out as calm as could be, one would think it was old hat to him and not a first. IMG_4068.jpg 008.jpg 065.jpg 083.jpg
Photo of the saddle it was a golden colour until I used leather oil on the insides to soften and quiten it The color darkened most annoued. And of course the exit Bugs used with the best horse contest entry I have two more to publish. One of Bugs and one of Savannah but Ill keep you guessing.