Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Kansas in the summer, Kentucky most of the time
lovemyponies- it's possible, I still don't know if I could do it. It's an extremely complicated situation and I feel as if anything I do would not help. The people who see the danger the most seem to be everyone BUT the people that she listens to.
I'm still trying to think out scenarios where it wouldn't turn into a big "You're just jealous!"-fest. But I don't know how. Writing a letter is a good idea though, thanks!
appylover- I don't think I can do that. There is something called a Dangerous Riding penalty that can be given if someone sees it on course, but it's not so much her riding that's the problem, it's just the level she's going at. Some horses may look scared when they aren't on XC so for someone who doesn't know the horse, it's hard to gauge whether the horse is just excited or scared. Wish I could do it, but I can't!
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