It’s OK to listen to everything you’re told, think about it, consider it, and decide if it’s something you have to adhere to.
It’s OK to read, and do as much as possible to learn more, and it’s OK to ignore it if it doesn’t seem to be the right thing. Or admit that right now, I’m not at a point with riding where I know just how to do it that way – and because of that, it’s not going to work.
It’s OK to see new methods, consider them, try parts of it, and then maybe move on.
It’s OK to hear, read and see things, and not believe in them. We all know that, right?
It’s OK to not believe in everything. Ooops, already said that.
Of all the things I don’t believe in, it’s that horses have to come to work in an exact, specific way, each time. That they get confused if they have a goofing off day. The equine brain can’t get better credit than that?
Really? Valegro gets confused when he hacks out with his older lady rider in the rain, and then Charlotte comes back and flings him off to the Olympics in Rio to achieve the ride record of a lifetime?!!!
Valiosa – hanging out, just enjoying being a horse. We all do this, and I know your horses get to goof off too sometimes. Isn’t it great!?
Have a wonderful week!
I’m back to riding, so hopefully she’ll be doing a little less goofing off now 🙂 .