Boy, do I agree with you!! I started riding at 53 and bought my horse after 2 months of lessons on a lesson horse~~ if that. We took lots of lessons and I came up with fear issues that have been challenging. I think I am afraid that he's going to get scared and do something he wouldn't normally do with me on his back. He was almost three when we met & I started riding him ( i thought a little older) so we've really grown together. I've had three good spills! I just keep finding more and more that I'm very drawn to horses in a different way then most people???? They've changed me a whole lot...bunches! It all feels like a journey and I don't know where the path will lead me/us or where it will end. What a grand journey thru life!
Hi Veronica! Sorry to say.....Gweek Tripiphany is no longer a stallion. We live in an area where morgans are not very popular, nor do people recognize their value. So, realizing what a wonderful horse we had, we turned him into one of our best riding horses. For sure I regret gelding him now, he would literally be a "gold mine" for us. What cruel irony now that he has been gelded for 4 years, people are interested in him.
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