Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Alberta, Canada
I agree with ground driving, a smaller corral, and a helmet. I'm not going to preach endlessly about saftey gear, but I think its worth a mention. A family member of mine fell in a freak accident, which caused a severe concussion, and 'post concussion syndrome'. They went from having a near photographic memory, to not remembering at lunch where they were, or what they ate for breakfast, as well as having cronic migrains requiring prescription painkillers every day, for the last 10 years, with no releif in sight. Because of this I wear helmets 90% of the time. I have smashed and mangled three helmets riding problem horses and starting colts. Its worth the investment.
I like this horse, and applaud your determination.