We’ve all seen the posts on social media asking which colors look best on someone’s horse. Well, Horse Nation is stepping up to the plate to offer an official guide on what color actually DOES look best on your horse.
I have started riding Buns bridleless in order to get a good indication of where our weak points are in Buns’s training and my riding. Buns is advanced enough in his training that this is a safe option for us.
It’s nice to get a trained eye to critique you. It has allowed me to reflect and work on my and Buns’s weaknesses while we’ve been trail riding. I thought Buns was back normal but I learned we still have a lot of work to do.
If you like to live life on the edge — of a cliff — this is the spot for you! I, however, prefer to have my horses home by dinner. I mean, nobody likes a crabby mare and I’m totally referring to myself, not my horse.
Much of being a horsewoman is hard work, dedication and learning from your mistakes. I have a remarkable mare who has allowed me to grow and go on to be successful with other horses. She deserves more recognition than I give her.