Hey, it's Ashley. I am 18 and I own a black strait egyptian Arabian mare named Arya. I would love if you messaged me just to talk. f4f I will follow you from my main blog: findahorse

HELP

taharah:

do I have any followers in California? how much do you pay for board? how much is the cheapest you’ve heard of out there? what part of Cali are you from?

I want to move to California

jk I found board for $55 for the first horse and $30 for each additional horse

in LA

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HELP

do I have any followers in California? how much do you pay for board? how much is the cheapest you’ve heard of out there? what part of Cali are you from?

I want to move to California

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4 hours ago
theruby-redmare:

Survived XC at the end of a very long day.
Twilight Eventing, 8/5/14

theruby-redmare:

Survived XC at the end of a very long day.

Twilight Eventing, 8/5/14

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cante-r:

Hi mam I’m cute and I love you

cante-r:

Hi mam I’m cute and I love you

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15 hours ago
lifewithanorwegianfjord:

mr bill and i tackling the driving scene

SO COOL

lifewithanorwegianfjord:

mr bill and i tackling the driving scene

SO COOL

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1 day ago

classicaldreaming:

superdiadem:

Escola Portuguesa de Arte Equestre

or if you prefere

Portuguese School of Equestrian Art

whatever.

To all the people who think that teaching their horse to rear = pesade. Notice how when most horses rear, one fore sticks out, as they lose balance… not in the classic movements.

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usshowjumping:

forests-in-neverland:

piaffe-pirouettes:

equestrian-confessionss:

Submitted by (anonymous) - (source)

This actually makes me so angry. It’s not fucking unfair, I ride my ass off and this is how I succeed. I’m not infinitely rich but we get by, I’m very lucky to have parents who support me. Talent is passion. If you try you can get there, sorry if you’re feeling sorry for yourself but please stop.

You need money for;-show enteries-travelling -accommodation (if needed)-tack-a good trainer -your horse’s upkeep -show clothing -the horse itself though this is a once off payment. If you don’t have money for any of this, it’s not a case of feeling sorry for yourself. It’s a case of physically not being able to make it big. I ride my ass off too, learn as much as I can, and I have a supportive parents but some weeks I go without basic supplies so I can enter a show or feed the horse. There’s a serious difference between feeling sorry for yourself and not being able to afford it.

i work my ass off to be able to afford a lease. i don’t have enough money to make it in the equestrian world, and a lot of people can’t. if you look at the top riders, most of them have a shit ton of money and can afford nice horses and expensive tack and high-level trainers and coaches, but most of us can’t. i’m sure plenty of talented people have tried to get there, but financials will ALWAYS be an issue. 

that’s a really shitty thing to say.I can only afford to have my horse at the cheapest, most ridiculous barn where her health is negatively affected because I can’t provide her the best.I can not afford an instructor. I have not had a lesson in years. Do know how much farther I would be in my abilities if I could take lessons?I can not travel to shows. It breaks my heart. I don’t have a truck or a trailer to get there. There’s so much that I could go on and on about. You sound like the typical “rich brat.”I could not be more dedicated to horseback riding, but I still have shit.

usshowjumping:

forests-in-neverland:

piaffe-pirouettes:

equestrian-confessionss:

Submitted by (anonymous) - (source)

This actually makes me so angry. It’s not fucking unfair, I ride my ass off and this is how I succeed. I’m not infinitely rich but we get by, I’m very lucky to have parents who support me. Talent is passion. If you try you can get there, sorry if you’re feeling sorry for yourself but please stop.

You need money for;
-show enteries
-travelling
-accommodation (if needed)
-tack
-a good trainer
-your horse’s upkeep
-show clothing
-the horse itself though this is a once off payment.
If you don’t have money for any of this, it’s not a case of feeling sorry for yourself. It’s a case of physically not being able to make it big. I ride my ass off too, learn as much as I can, and I have a supportive parents but some weeks I go without basic supplies so I can enter a show or feed the horse.
There’s a serious difference between feeling sorry for yourself and not being able to afford it.

i work my ass off to be able to afford a lease. i don’t have enough money to make it in the equestrian world, and a lot of people can’t. if you look at the top riders, most of them have a shit ton of money and can afford nice horses and expensive tack and high-level trainers and coaches, but most of us can’t. i’m sure plenty of talented people have tried to get there, but financials will ALWAYS be an issue. 

that’s a really shitty thing to say.

I can only afford to have my horse at the cheapest, most ridiculous barn where her health is negatively affected because I can’t provide her the best.

I can not afford an instructor. I have not had a lesson in years. Do know how much farther I would be in my abilities if I could take lessons?

I can not travel to shows. It breaks my heart. I don’t have a truck or a trailer to get there.

There’s so much that I could go on and on about. You sound like the typical “rich brat.”

I could not be more dedicated to horseback riding, but I still have shit.

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1 day ago
blondieinbreeches:

Motivation for friday…

ARIAT BRING IT CAMPAIGN

blondieinbreeches:

Motivation for friday…

ARIAT BRING IT CAMPAIGN

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