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post #1 of 32 Old 04-24-2010, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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O MY GOSH!!!! Can you get any stupider??? *RANT*

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O My gosh. My stupid boyfriend recently told me that he wanted me to teach him how to ride, I said "okay that's fine sweetie" well it being Saturday I decided it would be a good day to start his lessons. We pull up the the barn and I start saddling up Scratch, (my current "dead head" grade lesson horse), he goes okay baby your going to have to be patient with me. I was like okay I know I know. I go through the basics of getting on and off correctly, walk, back, and stop. End of lesson. Right?... Wrong. Out of no where he goes put me on bulldog(current "IDIOT HORSE" ha-ha not really but not for a COMPLETE BEGINNER) I told him no and started to UN-tack Scratch. He kept arguing with me saying he knew he was ready for him....
Well I was like okay,,,, just stop you don't even know how to control Scratch by yourself yet and you want to ride bulldog??? He'll KILL you!!!

It started getting around the time for my lesson so I told Ty(stupid boyfriend) that I would be back after the lesson and not to mess with any of the horses. Kissed him and got in the car with my mom who had just arrived to pick me up. He said he would go hang out at my house as soon as he was done putting Scratch into the pasture.
Knowing he could do that without troubles my mom and I took off.

45min to an hour later I get a call from my mom saying she was taking Ty to the ER. I FREAKED out, asking why what happened and if I needed my trainer to give me a ride there? She said no it was just a huge cut on his head and that he would be okay she just needed to get it stitched. I asked her what happened and she started telling me that she found him at the barn attempting to unsaddle BULLDOG!!!!

My trainer takes me to the hospital after the lesson was over and I start interrogating Ty the second I see him.

His side of what happened::::: "I was just trying to show you I could ride him...and I did... for about 4 seconds.... then I think... I don't know... I think I kicked him too hard or something... and he welll..... he took off. I tried to hold on... but I couldnt.. next thing I kno... I was on the ground.. and he was standing over me... and I my head was bleeding..."


Do I have the right to be mad at him???
1) because not only did he hurt himself, he could have hurt my horse
2) I specifically told him not to ride without me there or that horse for that matter.


Am I in the wrong for being mad???

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post #2 of 32 Old 04-24-2010, 10:54 PM
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Yes, you have the right to be mad at him!

For the reasons you said. He didn't listen to you when you specifically said leave the horses alone, he could have been hurt, your horse could have been hurt.

He needs a serious talking to.

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O definitely got a very serious stern talkin too!!!
But I couldnt really yell because the stupid idiot kept makin me laugh by sayin he's never been yelled at by a little 15 yr old girl before!!! (he's 17) haha I just had to walk out. He's stayin at the hospital over night for head trauma look out.
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Yep, you have every right to be mad at him.

Of course, don't let your anger get in the way of being a girlfriend. If you get too mad at him, his pride will get hurt even more, so he'll do something even stupider.
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As the saying goes, when your dumb you gotta learn to be tough
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I could never stay too mad at him.. it just really got to me that he didnt listen. I just felt hurt that he had to betray me like that. Idk... im not still TOO mad at him. We actually made up just a little while ago when I went to go see him before telling him goodnight.
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As the saying goes, when your dumb you gotta learn to be tough
haha true true!!!
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wow.
If my boyfriend does that after we pick up Beauty well I am going to have a serious talking to.
She's not a beginners horse and well I want to work with her before he rides her. Anyways
On Subject its good yall apologized and that now he realizes he should LISTEN to you.
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yeah I guess it was a good wake up for him because now he knows what I mean by not a good beginners horse. But were better now. And I he said he was sorry for not listening to me.
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well that's good. :)
I am glad it was nothing serious
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