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    11-03-2011, 01:35 PM
Originally Posted by trailhorserider    
Gee guys, I realize I don't really have very many things to be proud of. Grateful for, definitely! Proud of, I'm not sure!

I guess I am proud that I can take my horses out by myself on the trails and be comfortable with them, just them and me. And that I taught both of my current horses to side-pass. And that I don't seem to get as rattled by nervous horses the way some people do. I just sort of go-with-the-flow and ride out their nervousness. But I really don't have any major accomplishments to be proud of. Both of my riding horses were already more-or-less trained.

Even the yearling that I raised myself is a brat. So I guess I don't have much to be proud of.

I wish I had a story that I trained a horse and it turned out fantastic.
I wouldn't be so hard on yourself. There are lots of things to be proud of. It doesn't have to be a huge thing, I am proud every day when I go out and accomplish something I was trying to. Even if it was jsut to get through the ride without ending up on my head. Or teaching a horse to stand still when being saddled. Take pride in the small things and one day they will all add up to something big!
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    11-03-2011, 02:26 PM
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I'm proud that I haven't dropped out of college yet dispite everything I had to sacrifice in the past year.
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    11-03-2011, 02:31 PM
I'm also proud of how Rocky can stop and back up by squeezing just a lil bit around his neck w/o any tack at all!
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    11-03-2011, 02:49 PM
I'm proud of every single thing about my boy :) He came to me off the track, skinny, agressive & the only thing he knew was to go forward as fast as he could & bulldose everything in his track!

Now we are competing in 90cm/3ft classes, elementary dressage, I'm able to ride & jump him tackless, he canters to the gate when he sees me, he's safe as houses when hacking, he's been ridden by my 3 year old half brother & 60 year old grandfather, oh the list just goes on! I'm just so proud of him in every way :)
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