Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
I've learned a lot of important things over the years, but one of the most important is that after I lost my once-in-a-lifetime, I discovered that I wasn't such a good rider as I'd had a great horse.
A good horse is never a bad color (or breed).
It may have a pretty head but you need to look at the rest of the animal, too. You don't ride the head.
A good, willing attitude goes a lot farther than looks.
Don't anthropomorphize your horse. It's insulting to the horse to be compared to a human!