I'm another person with an add and without a horse. I figure it would be unfair to the horse at this time in my life. I don't know enough to feel comfortable owning one and I'm working 15 hours a day so it doesn't leave much time for the horse. Lucky for me I know that will change soon.
if you are ever up in BC Canada look me up .. I have a few of them here and miles and miles of trails to ride... I have got a horse and can't imagine a life without them quite frankly.. That said... whether you own one or not at the moment... that doesn't matter... Owning a horse is not a prerequisite of loving them...
Yep, I'm in the same position, though, once I've settled, that will change in the very near future. A friend put me on to a good book called the Horseless Rider by Barbara Burn. I think in many ways not having your own horse but riding every chance you get has it's advantages.
In one course I was on recently, a classmate was complaining because, when riding different horses, she didn't have the same familiarity that she had with her own horse. but when you are constantly catch riding, you get used to riding a variety of horses with different ages, temperaments, levels of training and even different disciplines.
hi storm angel .i like your picture im not a full member yet so no pic yet. im 39 but maybe look a lot younger on good days i have blonde spikey hair ,6.2 slim greeny hazel eyes,and love music and horses.
dont give up dream of owning your own horse!! for four years i dreamt of it. got 1, then 5 more!! hard work yet worth for their top care!! the more you ride the better you be and each horse has its unique ways!