What's the most important thing you've learned about horses?
Just one thing, that you think is such a good piece of advice, everyone should know?
I think mine came from my dad, who isn't even really a horseperson. He said to me one day "you have to have patience for that horse to have respect." Ever since, I've had a wealth of patience (when it comes to horses) and never lose my cool around them or get fed up and quit.