You sound very young. From your other posts you do not have the experience to have a horse at home. Continue riding with lessons, see if your father, in a couple of years, will lease you a horse. Learn, learn and learn gaining experience.
Try to look at it practically, if you, as a family go off in the camper every second weekend, in the summer, who is going to care for the horse whilst you are away?
As a child I ached for my own pony, I wouldn't have cared what size, couloir or temperament but my parents couldn't afford it and I had to be grateful for being allowed to ride every second week, all they could afford with my sister also riding the same. I asked for money for Christmas and birthdays, that was enough for me to get two courses of lessons (12 rides per course) which let me ride every week.
I do not regret it at all. I rode a multitude of animals, many of them remedials that no one else would ride. I had many injuries, I just bounced back. I spent every waking moment at the riding school which, in a severe freeze, meant dragging churns of water and bales of hay several miles to the fields.
As I said, learn all you can. Doesn't matter what your father earns, he will have expenses that many less earners will not have. The fact he had his own horse should make you realise he knows what is involved more than you.
Last edited by jaydee; 01-02-2017 at 03:46 PM.
Reason: edited as OP's post was edited