Before you get a horse you should spend 6 years at the least taking lessons and learning about them find a local barn that offers lessons to make sure this is what you want. Then you can look around for a horse if you are willing to put in the time and money. A horse … Read more
Try rubbing hydrogen peroxide or rubbing alcohol on them to clean them then be patient about it and you will get it out. For about the first two months after u get your earrings a you should spritz rubbing alcohol on them and twist them around u can do this any other time also if … Read more
You are 15 years of age. That makes you a minor, and as much as you may want to be in an adult relationship, you are not prepared to deal with the emotional … Read more
Would it be possible to reach out to other riders in your area and see if they'd be willing to share the horse with you, and all chip in with the costs.
I don't ride horses, so I'm no expert - but that's probably what I would look into if my daughter wanted to ride a … Read more
I knew someone who cut and attempted suicide she also wouldn't eat. That is never the right way to go be Beautiful be strong and be brave. Don't let these sorry excuses for people bring you down. You are better then them prove them wrong. Show them who's boss. because you my friend can do … Read more
To a rider a horse is not a pet and not just a friend, he is your best friend. A listener, a partner, a team mate. Your horse does not care how many times you may come off, how covered in dirt you are, and at the end of the day: What color ribbon … Read more
Enough said, lol!
Why won't she let you ride? If it is the cost you could try to get some jobs babysitting or working off your lessons at the place you ride. If it is safety make sure you get good gear: Helmet, riding pants, and boots with a small heel. You should also ask questions before you … Read more