I'm giving him a week off because the animal communicator told me he needs some time to himself.
The bucking's nothing to do with saddle fit, it's because his shakras aren't aligned. That's what the saddle salesman told me.
Horses don't need to be taught what to do, they know already because they have evolved to be ridden by man.
He bit you because you gave him bad vibes and scared him. It's not his fault.
You must ignore her bad behaviour today because she has PMT and can't help herself.
We can't jump that fence because the pink plastic flowers are too scary......my horse only likes fence decorations in muted Autumnal shades.
I love hacking out, but I can't today because it's too sunny and he will get too hot. Nor tomorrow because it will be raining and he will get wet. Nor the day after either because I think it will be windy, and my horse is scared of the noise of wind. Next week's no good because the grass is growing and he'll be too fresh. Not the week after because then he'll be carrying too much weight and I don't want to put too much strain on his legs. Not next month because the ground will be too hard and might cause concussion injuries. Nor the rest of the year because the mud will be too deep. What a shame because I love to hack out.
Get up, get going, seize the day. Enjoy the sunshine, the rain, cloudy days, snowstorms, and thunder. Getting on your horse is always worth the effort.