Wills has been down at Ace Ranch all summer getting some riding hours on her, and the plan was to sell her from down there. She has been advertised for a couple of months with only a few nibbles, but now things are getting serious. Now she has done more she is getting to be a more attractive prospect, and I'm again double guessing myself on her future. She is SUCH a nice mare, and I can't get away from the sheer joy that I felt riding her the couple of times I have been on board, but the physical challenges remain.
When I test rode her with Cassie, her assessment was I should keep Wills as we are suited apart from I am too big, and at the time she said 200 pounds and I could do what ever I want, that scared me, 70 pounds is a lot to lose (AGAIN)
Talking to Cassie last night she thinks I should take her ads down and either keep her or price her up according to her new achievements. Cassie is saying that she weighs in at 220 and she wouldn't hesitate to ride Wills at that weight now she has seen her working more, and I could probably start walk trot work at 250 pounds, a stupid little 20 pounds away.
I'm so torn again, having made the wrench and sent her away, as I say I'm second guessing again, I love these pics...
Extreme right heading out on the trails
Looking good, and looks great with a smaller person on her eh?
Different to this
AGHHHHHH I don't know