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    07-12-2010, 11:15 AM

The thing about men riding English and their breeches is that...

They only look good if they have perfect legs & butt. Otherwise, skinny legs, short legs look awful.
A pair of well fitted jeans can hide a lot of flaws whereas the riding breeches kind of pop them out.

A major turn-on factor is actually the smile too. If there is a rider who smiles and greets you, your day gets a bit better, compared to Mr Hot & Always Grumpy.
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    07-12-2010, 12:03 PM
I don't find male riders to be extra sexy because of riding. My man rides and is actually really good with the horses. I wont let it get too far though. Horses are my thing and while it sounds like a good idea for him to be able to ride with me, im sure I wouldnt like it after a while.

Back to the basic question...are men who ride hot? Most of them are.
    07-12-2010, 07:46 PM
If I ever meet an attractive, decent male rider around my age, I will for sure try and make him mine. After dating my last boyfriend, I can't deal with whiny jealous boyfriends complaining that my horse hates them or that I spend to much time at the barn.
    07-13-2010, 09:25 AM
Red face Oh boy :P

I'm allll about it! If a guy is interested in horses that's huge to me. I was raised around horses due to my favorite aunt living next door, but my dad refused to let me have a horse.. Almost gave up on my dream until I met my husband, who really hasn't ridden much but loves horses... THANK GOD or I think I would have gone crazy!

We went on a trail ride in the mountains in Virginia (I had not ridden a horse other than bareback in a pasture for years) and the guy put my 5'9" 210 husband on a tiny gelding... Not so sexy, the horse was sweating like mad.. I felt bad for my husband but mostly the poor horse!

Justin & my Aunt's gelding, Stumpy

Justin riding the tiny trail horse.. Hahah!

And my husbands in the Army.. I would take a cowboy over a soldier, to be honest!!!
    07-13-2010, 04:02 PM
Today I went up to my Girl to get her ready for a ride out

I brushed her back
I brushed her chest
I brushed her rump
I brushed her butt

I cleaned out her frogs and I oiled her feet
I combed her feathers, her mane and her forelock.
I brushed, combed and sprayed her tail.

I sprayed her all over with coat conditioner and fly repellent.
I sprayed her neck and thighs with fly killer
I sprayed her tail with anti-itch
I plastered her face all over with anti-fly cream

Then I ran both my hands all over her,
everywear, just to make sure I had not missed anything.

Then I gave her a kiss on the nose and a biscuit to chew.

You gals should be so lucky.
    07-13-2010, 11:32 PM
I find cowboys extremely hot. The hats, the southern accents... the crotchless chaps Haha, but honestly. I blame The Horse Whisperer for making cowboys seem so bloody gorgeous and romantic (not a big fan of Robert Redford, but still). A girl can dream.
Guys that ride English... not so much. If they ride well and treat their horses nicely then I suppose it would be alright. But most of the English-riding guys I've met have been at shows and they seemed to be in it only for the competition, not for the love of riding.
    05-29-2011, 12:01 AM
A good portion of male riders are very hot, but where do they come from? I have never been at a barn with a male rider. Sad, really.
    05-29-2011, 12:06 AM
Hot if they are straight (;
Hey i'm new here does anyone know how to post a thread!? IDK how!!
I need some help :P
    05-29-2011, 12:14 AM
Originally Posted by budgirl123    
hot if they are straight (;
Hey i'm new here does anyone know how to post a thread!? IDK how!!
I need some help :P
Yes! I'm new here too it seriously took me like 20min to figure it out. You have to go to the main page with all those categories, and click onto the specific category you want to post a thread in. For example go to English Riding-Dressage. And then somewhere on the top left there's this little green button that says "post thread". I'm sure there's an easier way to do this but that's what I figured out last night haha
    05-29-2011, 12:16 AM
You have to go choose a forum, like english riding (if that's your subject) and then on top of that page there is the button that permits you to start a thread.
You can choose the forum you want if you scroll down below and look to the right end of the page.

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