Well Ladies, there are a few of us male riders who prefer gals to fellas.
There are even those who ride English.
Your problem is that a horse is a lot of competition.
If you are interested, my suggestion is that you compliment the horse.
Offer to clean the tack or maybe muck the stable out.
You’ll know when you are doing well, you’ll be offered to ride the apple of his eye.
When you do ride be very careful, be smart , he’ll be watching closely.
To ride better than him would be a No No but to ride as well as him is a must.
Wearing a tight pair of breeches will help but it won’t necessarily be enough.
Smile a lot, laugh a bit, say kind words but don’t point out what he is doing wrong.
Never raise your voice to the horse (or him) and don’t ever carry a crop
If his horse is a mare you’ve got competition close to home.
She’ll have you off if she thinks you are unsuitable
Ho and one other thing - form an orderly line.