I Train and Ride Horses

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 56 People

    I Was Told To Quit...

    I started riding horses when I was 5 years old. Just basic lessons on some old dog of a horse called Chester.... My parents believed it was just a phase...I carried on riding until the age of 13 when I stopped after high school and homework and teenage times arrived...but it only...
    Lostmk Lostmk
    22-25, F
    Nov 20, 2010

    I show my AQHA gelding mainly in western

    pleasure and HUS. Any other show people out there?! :)
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    Jul 24, 2014

    This week I had heaps of fun riding at ATHRA

    camp. Full on riding every day, six hours in the saddle. It's the best of fun. Saw snakes, cows, great views and the sun rising/setting. No better company than the old Cowboys and their stories around the fire, or running through the bush on our trusty steeds. Thanks for a great...
    MadiDewar MadiDewar
    16-17, F
    Sep 27, 2015

    I have some issues with my horse Chase

    that I want to correct properly. Can anyone help me?
    xxNekoxx xxNekoxx
    16-17, F
    Feb 5, 2016

    My Life, My Love

    I began taking lessons when I was four years old. It progressed until I was the one giving the lessons at age 13. The first horse I owned myself was a grey Arabian/Quarter Horse cross named Talley. He was quick as whip and acted more like a two year old than a 15 year old. I did...
    Starlatheimmortal Starlatheimmortal
    22-25, F
    1 Response Sep 27, 2010

    Enough Is Enough

    I've been training horses professionaly for three years now. It has become a great passion of mine. I live on a farm so it's great to have the horses right on my doorstep. My work involves taking in unbroken, badly behaved, unschooled or troubled horses and working with them to...
    UpYoursMcKee UpYoursMcKee
    18-21, M
    3 Responses Jul 16, 2012
    Bela21 Bela21
    46-50, F
    1 Response Oct 5, 2014

    I Train Horses

      I love training horses and the part of training I really enjoy the most is free lounging in the round pen. That's where you and the horse really learn to communicate with each other using body language just like horses do with each other.   Training is a two way...
    betchaboots betchaboots
    41-45, F
    Jan 31, 2009
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