Monday is the crappiest day of the week, so it only makes sense that we make things official. Here’s our latest reader-submitted “oh crap” moment.
From Kelsey Eliot: “Yesterday morning my friend Tyler came over to ride Cowboy. He has somehow never fallen off before. Cowboy was happy to change this and scooted hard into a little bucking fit which sent Tyler off the side and into the mud. Don’t worry, he’s fine!”
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Yesterday morning my friend Tyler came over to ride Cowboy. He has somehow never fallen off before. Cowboy was happy to change this and scooted hard into a little bucking fit which sent Tyler off the side and into the mud. Don’t worry, he’s fine! . But how does this apply to ME training for the Mongol Derby? Confidence building, that’s how! Before this, every time Cowboy would buck me off, I’d think, “shit, how am I going to make it through the Mongol Derby if I can’t ride this out?” . Tyler is someone whose horsemanship skills I trust. To see him bested by this pony that I continue to struggle with reminds me that I’m probably not a bad rider; this pony is just a really difficult project that I need to continue to work with. . . . #mongolderby #mongolderby2019 #md19 #horselife #everydayequestrian #mongolia #goriding #enduranceriding #endurance #flx #fingerlakes #horsesofinstagram #equestrianadventuresses #buckoff #bronc #buckingbronco #unplanneddismount #equineassistedgravitycheck #confidence #beconfident #horsemanship #projectpony #project #cowboy
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