Ah, I love her. We've had some ridiclous moments.
Last year I had my gelding out (first time riding in the dark) and he was doing absolutely freaking fantastic.
So, we're about 2km from home and she looks back at me and says "I'm going to take a picture of Kita, okay?" So I'm all "Okay."
She's riding a horse that's been there, done that, had kids on her. Should be good.
Oh, hell no. That flash came on and slow, pokey Kita turned into a skitzofrenic reiner. She scared the **** out of my horse who also spins like a nutcase, and as I'm falling I look over and see Tiffanny falling the EXACT same way. I dumped my beer and lost my shades.
Thankfully her horse went one way and mine went the other so my horse called to her horse, who was in the process of booking it home, and stopped their mad dash for freedom. I've honestly never seen two horses spin around so quick - and it takes a lot to get me off!
Made it home without furthur incident but next time she asks a questions that ends in "okay?" I'm going to take her phone and run it over.
Or when she was riding this crazy Morgan who liked to toss his head right into the sky and ended up slamming into her face and gives her a bleeding nose. I'm laughing and she's "It's not #($&(#*&$ funny!!" which of course, makes me laugh even harder. Then she makes me stop at a church camp for kids and ask for ice, where again I'm mad to look like a jerk because he's looking at her bloody face and I can't quit laughing.
Or when the hosre she was riding went after another one and the girth strap broke and all of a sudden she was under neath the horse at a dead gallop. Scared the ever living bee-jesus out of me. I go to fly off my horse, get my leg stuck on the saddle horn, do a face plant, run over to her, rip my shirt off and plaster it on her bleeding face and I'm crying because she just got her head kicked in and she looks up and says "I don't want to be ******ed!!"
Ahh... memories... LOL
I think you'll have a fun time.