Hi Melissa, Nice to meet You & All Other Horse People. I have a Question. How would I get Permission to Ride a Horse through the "Petroglyphs Provincial Park". Riders at the very Least Should have at Least 1 Trail through the Petroglyphs Park, which Safely Connects to Miles of Surrounding Trails. I was Denied, as its a (Provincial) Park. A car pays $9.00 for Day. Riders would pay $ Day/ Month Pass/ Yearly Pass, Horse People putting Money into Our Province Again. We could Help Direct Lost Hikers etc. Horses are #1 for Therapy & Walking with Nature is Healing, Why Deny Riders? Every job Related to Horses Creates Revenue, to Owning a Horse, such as the Purchase, Vet. Farrier, Trucks, Trailers, Tack, Shows, Feed, Therapy Places, Sports, Breeders etc. Plus Every job Connected, We have to Realize the Many Jobs Created by 1 Horse & Ontario has 379,000! Why are Horse's & their Owners shown such Little Respect in Ontario Canada?.Due to a Work Related injury, I'm a Disabled Rider & Cannot Walk & Enjoy the Trails as I once did. I Depend on My Horse>>Any Suggestions & Help with Regards to this matter is Greatly Appreciated>>Thanks to All>>Happy Safe Trails>>M.J>>
Hi Melissa. The pleasure is all mine. I've noticed that activity on Barn Mice has slowed considerably this summer - hopefully because everyone is too busy riding. Your group has brought a new flurry of activity, which is great. Thanks.
Eventually both, but I beileve we are starting with English!
A second question- I have done my old rider Level 1 &2 for english. This puts me at a new level 5, I beileve. I am a dressage rider. Do I need to jump in order to move ahead in the levels?
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