Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Canberra Australia
I know I put up a pretty long post earlier in the thread, and, so, don’t want to use up too much, space, but I do want to say: Keep your chin up, and keep trying, if it's the first horse you have started from scratch YOU WILL MAKE A BUNCH OF MISTAKES. Don't let it get to you, there are a lot of people on this forum I have noticed appear to have some serious experience, and I have no doubt they would be willing to admit they did some silly stuff early on, ****, I have trained a few and it's down right embarrassing the stupid stuff I did. We all start from somewhere. Stick with it and try to learn from each horse you handle, they will be some of your best teachers. (and you will get bad criticism, try to take it as constructive, no matter how bad it is (indeed some of the harshest criticism can be the best) turn it to you’re and you;re horse's advantage.