The last meme you posted gave me a flashback to fifth grade when we had to do projects, someone had a picture of a foal on theirs, and someone yelled out "PONY!" and I said , "No its a foal.." and we got into a agruement on how they aren't the same thing. It's too bad they still didn't believe me in the end xD some people, huh?
hahaha I’ve had so many situations like that! I’m like, “I actually horseback ride, so I think I would know…” :P
I was wondering, how high have you jumped? I'm in love with your blog and have read every post! Btw, i am 5'7" and 120 lbs, and there is nothing wrong with you being 5'6" and 100, im sorry some of those anons made your weight a big deal! <3
The highest I’ve ever jumped is 3’6. Haha glad you like it. Aww, thanks so much <3
To the anon asking about buying a horse right before leaving for college: don't do it, especially since you've never owned a horse before. Quite frankly you're not going to have enough time to commit to a horse, whether the horse is back at home or with you at school.
I work at my stable (been going there since I was five) and have become part of the family. Riding is my life, but I've never owned a horse. I'm a junior in high school, so I'll be a senior next year, then I leave for college. Do you think it's worth getting a horse now? I don't want to neglect it while I'm in college.
It depends on your commitment level/college distance. I know girls who go to college, have their trainer ride their horse, and when they come back to visit or for break, they go back to riding their horses. But, their colleges were always relatively close (no more than 2 or 3 states away). If the college you decide on is too far away for it to make sense for you to come back to ride at your current barn, I would lease a horse now rather than buy one. But it could easily go the other way too :). Also, if you buy a horse and the college you go to has a riding team/stable close by, it is an option to take your horse to college with you. Hope this helps a little bit!