This 1 Little Known Detail That Could Affect Your Riding

Having people tell you not to give up.

Just as easy as that.

Never saw that one coming!

It works in other sports, and it works well in riding too. Maybe you don’t know, but just by having a blog you may get a lot “cheering on” from the sidelines.

Just in case you’ve wondered if it really makes a difference – yes it DOES! Your comments are very valuable, and I truly appreciate the help, the inspiration, and the motivation.

Today; Big Thank You to everyone who’s taken the time to just come in here over several months!

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Some of you have really taken the time to write out constructive thoughts, cheering on, and reassuring that this is, after all, doable. Which I sometimes doubt πŸ™‚

So, thank you for helping and for just checking in!

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Gray Slytherine could use some motivation too. I know you can’t help with that.

13 thoughts on “This 1 Little Known Detail That Could Affect Your Riding

    1. Yeah πŸ™‚ Good for you with auditing and demoing in the L program by the way. I did that some time ago, and it was a fantastic learning experience opportunity. Working as a scribe for one of the candidates, I tried to sit in on several lectures around the actual scribing time – really valuable!

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    1. I love it! I really like to check in on other blogs too, to see how things are going. It’s a great community vibe, to get to share what other’s are working on, struggling with, and improving all along πŸ™‚

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  1. Don’t know if you’ve seen one of our favorite (silly) movies, Galaxy Quest, but to quote from the movie, “Never Give Up. Never Surrender!”
    Thank you for sharing your journey with us. We feel your joy, your sorrows, your frustrations, your victories. As the previous comment said, “we’ve all been there.” Dressage is endlessly challenging, which is probably why we do it. And then we get what I call the cocaine hit (admitting I have never tried cocaine) of perfect harmony with our horse. It lasts only a moment…maybe next time a few strides…but it keeps us trying and trying again to discover that elusive harmony of spirit, body, and soul with the horse. You ARE getting it. I can see it in the pictures. Keep on keeping on.

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    1. β€œNever Give Up. Never Surrender!” Could be my next motto πŸ™‚ It’s the only way to operate πŸ™‚
      I think another great thing with this blog, other than the absolutely outstanding support I get from readers, is that it’s such an easy way to go back and look at how things have improved.
      Very little, but it’s there, and it’s so easy to forget how things were just a few months ago etc. I get so busy with all other stuff, it’s easy to miss all the little improvements.

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