I am seeing if I can add this book to our stock, but you can get it just about everywhere
It's translated from german I think.
You know Barbara, again I realise how I am on easy street with all this.
You see, me horses really do not take any 'shit' from me our they just throw, bit or kick me, or run me over
So what choice do I have other then AND?
Maybe you should ask Beau to be a little more clear to you, that'll be very helpful for sure
Anyway, some really wonderful things here, for instance Jessy's ideas of just getting on and off....
That is actually what I did, now that I come to think of it.
The teeny tinyest steps, and everything I felt nervous I just got off.
I forgot all these things... it is so long ago.
I forgot how scared I could be of Owen, even walking in his paddock and he running me over almost or bucking at me...
I guess you forget the bad things all to easy
But what I wanted to say, just as with the grondwork, focus on the fun, not on the result of riding. You do not have to do that anymore. You do not have
You can just do what feels fun and right
An other thought just crossed my mind...As soon as we start doing traditional things, the traditional problems will arise as well
So, what are we to do? The answer is sort of easy, is it not?