Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Ontario, Canada
• Horses: 0
Thank you all for the replies!
knickerb: I'd love to hear what suggestions you have for working with Tango! I have all summer off, I'm not working very much, and I am willing to put in as much time as needed with her.
Ray Macdonald: It's true I could work with my sister's horse, but 1) she's only 2, and shouldn't really be doing hard-core trail riding yet and 2) I'm not experienced enough to break a horse or even try to
smrobs: I would LOVE to come spend some time in Texas! Unfortunately, it's kinda far away...lol. I just wish there was someone who works like you do-spend all day in the saddle, riding long-distance and working those horses HARD. Everyone here just has horses as a hobby. There aren't any ranches or big farms, and everyone is a little leery when I say I want to be riding all day. Lazy buggers! XD
Indyhorse: I mostly just want a companion to go riding with, but I admit it would be nice, as smrobs said, to have an old quiet horse to just be able to relax on every once in a while. If I could find someone, say from the barn I take lessons from, to board here, I will definitely consider it. It would probably just be a lot of trouble.
I'm going to keep looking around, and for now just take her out alone. It's good for her to go out alone anyways, I'd just feel more secure if we had a buddy.