That sounds good to me. I would love to have someone to ride with. When I was little I would ride with my parents and sis, but as I said before my dads strok (which was in 1998) put him disabled and having little use of his left side (the doc told him that riding would help him regain some of his balance, confidance and mabye some more use of his left side). My mom thinks she is to "fat" (her words not mine) to ride right now and my sis has lupus and has many bad days that keep her from riding much and even keep her from being able to get in the saddle easily. Much of the time she can get in the sadle but then she has trouble getting out. I have five kids, but only one of them would be able to ride with me (the youngest) without panicking if I let go of the lead rope...so alone I ride. But with my health, riding has done me much good. I suffer from depression and my horse helps me more than any counciler or medications have ever done.