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  2 notes15 Sep 14   
How can I convince my mom that getting a horse is a good idea and that I would take such great care of him? I have been riding him for 2 years and the owner of the barn is getting rid of the lesson program so he is selling all the lesson horses. I hardly have any time so I need to convince my mom that we need to buy him. I can't give up on him. He was a rescue and I trained him. He taught me as much as I taught him. I don't know what to do. I made a PowerPoint with reasons why we should buy him.
Anonymous

It’s great that you’ve prepared— make sure your presentation includes why this would be good for you, why this is the opportunity you should take (as opposed to waiting for other horses down the line), and why you can make it work logistically speaking. Also, try to think ahead to what some of their concerns will be so you can have a counterargument. That said, if they throw up roadblocks, do try to understand where they’re coming from— they want to give you all they can, but the details may just not be feasible (finances are very inflexible, you have to look at long-term costs). However, because of this, try to think about what you can do to help with costs— whether it’s getting a part-time job, doing odd jobs, selling things you make yourself, working at the barn for free board, etc. If you want this, you can make it work, but you’ll probably have to work for it. When you approach your parents, do it when you all have a lot of time and can have a full conversation. Speak persuasively and diplomatically, you want to ease them into it and compromise when possible. Don’t try to force them into it by drilling arguments into them— be flexible and allow for a real conversation so they have time to process and understand. Good luck! :)


  4 notes15 Sep 14   
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  41 notes15 Sep 14   
It's hard to tell, but is your necklace in the photo supposed to look like bit rings? Even if they weren't and I've just been spending too much time with horses and seeing the rings, so jealous!
Anonymous

Yess it is! Haha I know, I’m so addicted to equestrian-type jewelry!


  4 notes15 Sep 14   
I need to clean my half chaps and u just can't ever get them clean I have tried everything to get them clean it just never works please help Also can you ask ur followers to help to help me too? I love you're account and u helped me so much

First I need to know…are they leather or suede? Regardless, for now look into Leather Therapy products (I believe they have a cleaner for real leather as well as synthetic/suede). 

Followers, input?


  3 notes15 Sep 14   
horsegirlproblems:

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horsegirlproblems:

Rocking the equestrian look even when I’m not at the barn 😉

Where did you get that necklace?! So cute!

I got it from a vendor at a horse show! I can’t remember the name, I’ll try to look when I get back home :)

The thrilling conclusion to the necklace saga: It’s from a small, local store but that necklace in particular is by Fornash :)

horsegirlproblems:

slidingstop:

horsegirlproblems:

Rocking the equestrian look even when I’m not at the barn 😉

Where did you get that necklace?! So cute!

I got it from a vendor at a horse show! I can’t remember the name, I’ll try to look when I get back home :)

The thrilling conclusion to the necklace saga: It’s from a small, local store but that necklace in particular is by Fornash :)


  80 notes15 Sep 14   
slidingstop:

horsegirlproblems:

Rocking the equestrian look even when I’m not at the barn 😉

Where did you get that necklace?! So cute!

I got it from a vendor at a horse show! I can’t remember the name, I’ll try to look when I get back home :)

slidingstop:

horsegirlproblems:

Rocking the equestrian look even when I’m not at the barn 😉

Where did you get that necklace?! So cute!

I got it from a vendor at a horse show! I can’t remember the name, I’ll try to look when I get back home :)


  80 notes15 Sep 14   
Rocking the equestrian look even when I’m not at the barn 😉

Rocking the equestrian look even when I’m not at the barn 😉


  80 notes15 Sep 14   
also for the person with the fiesty mare- I have one too :) If things don't improve from groundwork and etc, I would consider putting her on Mare Magic. it is all natural- which was a big plus for me! but I would swear by the results. my mare is so much calmer now!
Anonymous

^^


  6 notes14 Sep 14   
Hi! Im the anon with the feisty mare! Just wanted to say thanks. I tried everyone including your tips and there's so much improvement already! I will continue doing so ;) Thank you so much!
Anonymous

Aw good, thanks for the update! :)


  2 notes14 Sep 14   
Also to the anon with the feisty mare, my girl is too. Remember to talk a lot to her as well! Speaking, praise, and letting her know when she at the speed you want can really help as well :)
Anonymous

  2 notes13 Sep 14   
To anon with really feisty energetic mare, my friend had the same issue so my trainer told her to subtly scratch the pony's neck to calm them down, it may not work and thats only a last resort though
Anonymous

  3 notes13 Sep 14