by Charlie's Owner
Okay, every time I ask on here or a few of my horsey friends a training question, they always come back with a snappy, rude answer and tell me I don't know what I'm doing.
Just the other day my friend told me her horse is 14 hh and is pretty tall, I said "oh so he's still a pony?!" But I said it excitedly, because I love short horses, and she said (snappy and snottily) "no he's a full grown horse!"
And I said "yeah 14.2 hh and under is considered a pony," and she said "no it isn't!!" Then I said "I know what I'm talking about, look it up, 14.2 hh and under is a pony," and she said (all ticked off) "FINE HE'S 14.3 HH THEN!!" And stormed away,
My question is do you ever have to put up with these people that think they know it all?? Are they snappy like that?? She thinks she knows everything about horses, well she's getting 3, 3-4 yr old QH rescue horses as her *first* horse and she hasn't even taken lessons.
Do you have any stories of crabby riders?? Please share, stories, whatever, I'll read em:)
Thanks, now (first comment please :) then get off the computer and saddle up!!!!
Happy trails!! And Show season!!!!