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    06-16-2012, 12:14 AM
  #21
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Tejas    
Where are you fellas hiding? I have noticed a lot of ladies who enjoy horses and riding, but I haven't seen very many guys around here. Is it true? Are there gentlemen who actually enjoy horses?!?!
There are quite a few men who ride. You just have to ride in the right places. About 1/3 of the riders I know are men, but you won't find many of them around stables or on trails that you haul to. Don't look for many around horse shows either. Around here they ride in the country or get together at someone's place that has plenty of area to ride on. They're often spending time training horses. Most of them that I know shoot from horse back some hunt. Most women who ride aren't really into spending as much time actually in the saddle riding as the men are, so there aren't many women riding with most of the men.
     
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    06-16-2012, 12:21 AM
  #22
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
I'm having trouble understanding what your post is about........

Can you break it down for me, please?
Not sure if you are serious or not...

This thread about interest in horses and men and where are the men in the horse world, or maybe just on this forum, because men who ride and enjoy horses are hot and we would like to see more of them???

And then something about cowboys and feminists and gay English riders... :))

To put it briefly, I was just saying that maybe talking about riding (girlfriends), actually riding and learning new things (cowboys), and romance (wherever) don't necessarily come in the same package.
As for myself, I do very little talking about riding, a lot of actually riding and learning new things from cowboys, and forego the romance due to other obligations. Does that make sense?
     
    06-16-2012, 12:32 AM
  #23
Trained
"Barn drama" is a good reason for most men to avoid "barns". And riding in circles while an instructor (usually female) criticizes them usually isn't high on most guys list of things that sound fun. I like riding, but I'd rate going to a show with my horse right up there with anesthesia-free tooth extraction.
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    06-16-2012, 12:42 AM
  #24
Yearling
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Originally Posted by nuisance    
I saw a t-shirt today that says "Horses are God's apology for men" lol
That sounds like a spin off of a the saying we had back in the 70's (but it wasn't on a T-shirt). Of course most riders where men back then.
"God created horses to make up for women" (also heard it as "God gave Adam the horse to make up for Eve"). But since I guess the increase in female riders would account for the rewording . One thing that hasn't changed though is girl friends (and wives/ex wives) complaining about the time we spend with our horses .

In my case the solution was easy. My horse was easier to get along with, so I got rid of the wife (and bought an extra horse)

Don't get me wrong. It's wonderful to have a good woman, but it's so much easier to find a good horse . And the horse never complained that I wasn't riding Dressage or didn't like where we were riding .
     
    06-16-2012, 12:46 AM
  #25
Yearling
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Originally Posted by bsms    
"Barn drama" is a good reason for most men to avoid "barns". And riding in circles while an instructor (usually female) criticizes them usually isn't high on most guys list of things that sound fun. I like riding, but I'd rate going to a show with my horse right up there with anesthesia-free tooth extraction.
Don't know that I'd have said it quite like that, but certainly drives home the point I was making.
     
    06-16-2012, 12:55 AM
  #26
Showing
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Originally Posted by outnabout    
Not sure if you are serious or not...

This thread about interest in horses and men and where are the men in the horse world, or maybe just on this forum, because men who ride and enjoy horses are hot and we would like to see more of them???

And then something about cowboys and feminists and gay English riders... :))

To put it briefly, I was just saying that maybe talking about riding (girlfriends), actually riding and learning new things (cowboys), and romance (wherever) don't necessarily come in the same package.
As for myself, I do very little talking about riding, a lot of actually riding and learning new things from cowboys, and forego the romance due to other obligations. Does that make sense?
Ah okay, that makes more sense!
Yes I was serious, I honestly did not understand but now I do. Thank you!

Talking about riding I've noticed isn't a guy's favourite thing to discuss it's more about doing as you say. But I don't talk about riding in my free time unless someone asks me (I used to be a part time instructor) cause I'd rather shut up and do it
     
    06-16-2012, 12:57 AM
  #27
Showing
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Originally Posted by bsms    
"Barn drama" is a good reason for most men to avoid "barns". And riding in circles while an instructor (usually female) criticizes them usually isn't high on most guys list of things that sound fun. I like riding, but I'd rate going to a show with my horse right up there with anesthesia-free tooth extraction.
See I don't do barn drama. Someone tried to drag me into it while I was over here (loooong story, not really going to go into it) and I just don't go there. Drama isn't my thing, I'm casual and cool at the barn. But I do know people who strive to make some happen which is pretty sad IMOP.

Could see why guys wouldn't want to be near THAT.
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    06-16-2012, 01:14 AM
  #28
Weanling
My hubby's a rider - one of those natural talent buggers. Having a wife that has crawled her way up the technical side of riding whether her body had the apptitude or not, doesn't always make for paradise in our world.

Like most other Neanderthals(pardon my present hubby-chafe) he prefers to be out doin', rather than talkin' 'bout doin'.
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    06-16-2012, 01:24 AM
  #29
Weanling
The reason so few of us guys are on here is twofold.
One, some of you ladies talk so much w can't get a word in edgewise.
Two, we're done with the talking, and have moved forward into the doing.
It gives you ladies more room to flap your gums about how your horsey makes you feel.
Sorry its so harsh, but its quite accurate.
Its a chick thing....w understand...lol
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    06-16-2012, 01:44 AM
  #30
Showing
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Originally Posted by azwantapaint    
The reason so few of us guys are on here is twofold.
One, some of you ladies talk so much w can't get a word in edgewise.
Two, we're done with the talking, and have moved forward into the doing.
It gives you ladies more room to flap your gums about how your horsey makes you feel.
Sorry its so harsh, but its quite accurate.
Its a chick thing....w understand...lol
..........I doubt you're sorry.
     

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