A rider has to want to learn Truely and honestly, withouT making excuses, without blaming the horse, the saddle, the footing, the boots, the trainer, the farrier, the vet, or whatever. The desire to learn must be greater than anything else, pride, vanity, ego, everything. It comes down to the question of how important it is to the rider to learn to ride, and how far he or she wants to go in his or her riding. - thomas RitteR

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