We all want to know what our trainers are really thinking… don’t we? 😬
Our trainers are great for offering words of encouragement, advice, and all sorts of wisdom, but do you ever wonder what your trainer is really thinking? Realistically, I’m pretty sure we all do. But the truth is, maybe we don’t want to know what they’re thinking. I mean, can we handle it if they do tell us?
In order to let us know the answer to that question — with a dose of reality and quite a bit of levity — is Dale Brisby. Here’s what our trainers really think of our riding.
Prepare to laugh.
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