So things are finally looking up after things weren't looking so good.
I'm starting to out grow my pony and we put him up for sale. Like I was fine with this put im not sure after I sell him if my parents would buy me a bigger horse. So I wasn't 100% sure if I wanted to sell him and then somebody can to look at him and didnt buy him. I went back and forth between selling my pony not sure of what I should do! So finally in the fall we brought my pony to a stable closer to where I live so I could ride more and we weren't to happy with that barn because the trainer would forget things and board there was ridiculously expensive so we brought him to a barn where we had him before. And those people had a vet check on him and found out he was kinda sore so I could only lightly ride him throught the winter but he would be fine by spring.
So there was this one lady who let me ride her one horse "grey" but took him home because he got hurt. So she came back recently with a bunch of horses and she said she heard about my pony. So she said she had horses that I could ride!!!!!!!! =D I was so happy. Theses are the horses she said I could ride...
-Grey: I rode him before, he's full of energy but an excellent jumper just have to know how to control him, he's like 11
-Mia- she let me try her recently, she's 3 years old, so she's still a baby and she also has alot of energy
- a paint horse also but goes western so I might get my dad to ride him I think she's going to let me try him on tuesday. I think he's another young one
Nelly- she told me about this she siad he was big black one and a good jumper but he hasnt come to the barn yet
So I have all these horses that I could possibably ride when ever I wanted to. Plus on mondays im going to start taking lessons on a big horse at a different stable. But since its a lesson horse that I will be ridding I can only jump to 2'6 but in the spring I will trailer my pony there and take lessons on him. Then continue to show him over the summer for or last year together cause I will be to old to show a pony.
So im quite happy with how things worked out!