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        03-01-2009, 01:27 PM
      #11
    Green Broke
    Thanks everyone, this really is exactly what I needed.

    I wont give up 100%, I don't think I'd let myself. Although Craig would rather see me not get on a horse ever again, he worries about me so. I told him I wanted to jump Killer Whales, and he said at least I'd be landing in water.

    By the sounds of it, the haflinger will be out at the barn for at least another week, so maybe later on this next week I'll go out and try grooming him.
    I WILL NOT RIDE HIM.

    It all depends on how sore I am.


    Thanks everyone for the kind (but firm) words, and the wonderful advice.
         
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        03-03-2009, 11:28 AM
      #12
    mls
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Moxie    
    I think what really hit it home was that yesterday my trainer called me, and blamed me for what happened. When it comes to her, I am very impressionable, so now I feel even worse. She's very abrasive and treats all of her relationships like business relationships. She has zero empathy for timid riders, or people who show the least bit of 'fear' when it comes to horses. I suppose that she thinks everyone should be like her, gutsy and tough.
    You need a new trainer. There are constructive ways to correct a person. I would never dream of calling my students to get on their case for anything. Communication needs to be done one on one, in person and when all of the facts are right in front of you.

    I always tell my students we ALL started at the beginning. Yes, it comes easier to some than others but there is no time limit on learning.
         
        03-03-2009, 11:39 AM
      #13
    Green Broke
    Indeed.

    The haflinger went home last night. I called to let my trainer/barn manager know, and she asked if I was keeping my tack out there. It was already packed up in the car, so needless to say ... No.

    There are several reasons I don't want to stay at that barn, even if I would have kept that horse, I would have moved him shortly after the purchase anyway.
         

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