10 #EquestrianProblems According to Twitter
140 characters can express so much.
We’ve found Twitter to be the perfect space to share your little nuggets of wisdom or tiny gems of hilarious one-liners, a sounding board for snippets of conversation from your horse life. Case in point: these 10 highly-entertaining tweets from equestrians just like us trying to understand the struggle that is our lifestyle.
The difference between looking like a plow horse and a $40k dressage horse can be one effective half halt #equestrianproblems #dressage
— athompson (@wholovesike) September 24, 2016
Let’s play the “Can my mani pedi last until the wedding I’m attending Saturday?” game. #equestrianproblems #ranchlife #itwontlastanhour pic.twitter.com/rltm4FuMpV
— Julianna (@MusicNLyrics15) September 28, 2016
Worst day of the year it’s stable mat cleaning day #smells #Horseproblems
— Jennifer Dunn (@JdJenniferdunn) October 2, 2016
Ah October, the month of not knowing what rug to put on the pony #HorseRiderProblems #HorseProblems
— Leona Jade (@leonajclark) October 1, 2016
When your non-horse friend gets in your car, finds stray ear plugs and tries to figure out what they are…? #equestrianproblems
— DaydreaminEquestrian (@DaydreamingEq) September 29, 2016
When your vet bill for the month is higher than your board bill #HorseProblems
— Horse Issues (@horseissues) September 20, 2016
Nina: hey mom?
N: there’s a whole lot of mice babies in the aisle….
N: mice babies. #equestrianproblems
— Cams (@porcelain_camie) September 29, 2016
When you feel like you’re dealing with a spoiled two year old but really you are and he weighs half a ton. #horseproblems
— Tori Borealis (@ksquaredcomet) September 13, 2016
When otterbox is not Duchess proof. #byebyeiphone #equestrianproblems
— Katie Hanrahan (@KatieHanrahan) October 5, 2016
Lesson of the week: Don’t let your horse fall over on top of you, it hurts. #horseproblems
— harriet hess (@harriet_hess) August 26, 2016
Oh yes, we’ve all been there. Got a funny tweet to share? Follow us at @horse_nation!
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