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Yesterday, I had a taste of what it would be like to be rich! I loved it.
I left out and went to see my Ghosbuster at the trainers barn. Gosh, what a nice big barn it is. He tells me he has 53 horses in training right now. Wow, would like his income... LOL
Anyways, when the rich foks arrive at the barn, their horse is washed, trimmed, not a hair out of place, completely tacked up and ready to ride. Your trainer will warm your horse up for you, just in case there should be any bucks or kicks!! LOL.... When the horse is ready to ride, they will fetch you a step and help you leg up.
You can ride and get your lesson in and never break a sweat. This is the first time in my life that I have ever rode and not had dirt under my nails and even my hands and clothes were still clean. Usually, after I get through riding my nails need scrubbing and my clothes are nasty. "Not today, Gosh why can't I be rich? "
After the ride, the trainer will ride once more, I guess he was checking to see if I messed up the training he has put on the horse. LOL--LOL--Hee-- Hee--
Then he calls the helper to come untack the horse, The horse gets bathed, and dried and you can just stand around admiring how pretty and good looking and well behaved he is. Just chatting with the trainer and such.
The best part of all is the Yes-Mam' no matter what you say its always, yes Mam'. God must have made the South for a reason and Yes-Mam' is it.
I got in my truck and came back home acouple hours later. Can't wait till Next weeks ride! Mean while, I have no stall to muck and one less horse here at the farm. Gosh, I miss him thought! I have told my husband I am on vacation for 1 month, that's all the luxury I can afford. But, I will enjoy it while it last.
Maybe I will hit the lottery or something!! There's always hope!