The worst thing you can be is your biggest critic. It’s difficult to be a teenager in a not popular sport that is often dominated by money and name. It’s difficult to be constantly set back by injuries and finances and just plain sucking. And it’s even worse to feel like you’re not good enough, that everything you’re attempting to do isn’t good enough because you’re not a Maclay rider and you pick shit distances to a 2’6” fence. When social media shoves the A circuit and amazingly talented juniors in your face it’s nearly impossible to feel good about what you’re doing. Because they’re doing it better. Forget it. Your horse and you are what matters. Don’t beat yourself up about the 2’6” fences. Don’t hate yourself for being a 17 year old still doing children’s. It’s okay. This sport can last you a lifetime, so you have all the time in your world to get better.
today i’m thankful for all the horses i’ve ever ridden. i’ve learned something from every single one of them, and they’ve all helped make me the rider i am today
Tip for guys : If you wanna get some bitches become a horse rider.
I love minis
NOT MY PICTURE. Credit goes to whoever took this, and I’m sorry if I’m re-posting it.