Any horse person with any prior contact with a big-name-in-the-horse-world, must tell you their story.
Regardless if they rode and worked for them, did a clinic, attended some online workshops, or another more vague semi-over inflated interaction.
And, then, the name drop. Cool like that.
name-drop·pingnoun: name-dropping; noun: namedropping
The practice of casually mentioning the names of famous people one knows or claims to know in order to impress others.
Showing my versatility in the horse world, I’ll join in today, too. Completely random, which makes it just as authentic.
Matthias Rath, Ulla Salzgeber, Bla bla bla, Isabell Werth Bla bla bla. Helen Langehanenberg, David Hasselhof, Juan Manuel Munoz Diaz, Bla bla. George Costanza.
It just went downhill right there. Namedropping, usually a fairly transparent activity, isn’t it?
Sorry, so stingy. Someone obviously had too much paint thinner today.