Yeah, those litle comnts really warm your heart, don't they?
Last weekend we attended a clinic, again, and one of the coments we got, really made me think. It sounded like this: "it's so nice to finally see a shetlandspony that's full of life and that shows so much happiness! He really is something different from the ones I rode once I was younger, they were all grumpy and mean!"
Then I told her about his past, and she could'nt belive it, she then understood that they also brobably were like him, tired of working whit the same stuff over and over, whit impatient litle kids on their backs all day.
I feel sorry for them, and I'm quite shocked that it is so common for shetlands to be this way, ofcourse, not all of them are, but this is not the first time I've heard such coments, and i nd upp whit the same question in my head each time: why don't peple see it? Not even when a horse screams it out by the top of their lungs, whit attacking, why don't they react and ask why the horse behaves that way?
The girl I mentioned is really cute, and great whit horses, Snoopy really liked her(and the treats in her pocket ofc.)