Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: North central Iowa
See, I go down the roads alone by my house all the time. I have three or four friends I can trail ride with, but one lives in a different place now and can only ride when she comes back from school - and she's a very novice rider, so I have to have her ride my horse. My other friend has a very busy schedule and is really pretty spazzy on trail rides. She freaks out going up and down hills or through water. Yikes. Another friend of mine is pregnant and her horse isn't sane enough for her to ride while pregnant. And my other friend lives in another place, has to have me trailer her horse (which I would gladly do), and seems to forget any trail riding plans we make far in advance, something always come up, or she's working. I work a lot too, but it's fairly easy for me to get a day off.
So...I was just thinking it might be easier to ride alone. My horse is truly one of the safest horses out there. He barely spooks, and when he does, he usually just jumps. He's easygoing, moves out nicely alone, and can easily be ridden in any way without a fuss. Love him!