05 10 / 2014
jumpingrosie said: You account 😍😍👌👌
Haha but thank you so much!!!
P.S. Australia is cool
05 10 / 2014
Anonymous said: hi gorgeous. Can you help me. Im really scared cause i have leather boots and well, im still growing and there is already a little space before my knee and my boots , im realllllly scared that i grow to much and later the boots will get tooo short, what do i do? what can you comment about this ugly situation, dos it matters i mean i am getting more and more insecure because i see everybody's boots and i feel bad. Plus the leather boots aren't cheap btw :( hope you can help me gorgeous, Thanks :)
Hey there! Did ya know that I have this same problem too? My boots have been too short for years. Honestly, it’s something that’s never bothered me. I’m there to ride, not care about other people’s opinions. But, my view may be a little skewed because I’m an eventer and what you wear and how you look doesn’t matter quite as much.
But anyway, I did some googling for ya and I found this thread on Chronicle of the Horse. Apparently many people have gotten cuffs added to the tops of their boots to make them taller!
Hope this helps! :)
05 10 / 2014
Horses are expensive.
Maybe I’d be rich without them.
But my heart would be poor.
30 9 / 2014
"But what you have to understand is that your parents want what is safe and secure for you. They’re less interested in whether or not that makes you truly happy.”
20 9 / 2014
18 9 / 2014
flowervie said: hey!! i was wondering if you could help me out a bit. so i'm on my university equestrian team, showing in hunter equitation flat classes, and since its my first time showing, i was wondering if you knew hat kinds of things that judges would ask me to do, as well as what they look at. thanks a million<3
Hey there! For hunt seat, judges normally look for quiet riders, meaning immobile legs and hands. They also like your leg to be underneath you, and a quiet flat back. The biggest difference for me was keeping my feet absolutely still in the sitting trot. It’s not easy! Anyway, for a flat class the judge will ask you to walk, trot, and canter, as well as canter to walk or walk to canter. Same with walk to trot. It really depends on what level you’re in. You may also be asked to go into jump position, sit the trot, reverse at the walk, and halt. And depending on the level, you may have to do no stirrup work! But it’s not that bad because you’re only riding for 10 minutes. At the end of the class they ask you to line up facing the judge and then they’ll place you right there in the ring.
Hope this helps!
13 9 / 2014
I made that post in July 2013.
At least it’s popular on Facebook!