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The reality of owning a horse...

July 14, 2017

What people don't realise is that buying a horse is the cheap part...the livery, shoes every 6 weeks, dentist (every 6 months in Maxis case), osteopath, new rugs incredibly regularly when horsey decides he doesn't want to wear one anymore or wants to sleep on it (not in it), feed, and don't even get me started on the vet bills are a horrendous misfortune on my life and leave me begging for money on the street in an outfit that probably cost more than an outfit from Prada, oh my De Niro boots how I love (loath) least pony and I look good eh?


As an example, Maxi started behaving recently and we got very worried because he doesn't normally behave...I DON'T CARE THAT ITS NICE BEING ABLE TO HACK MY HORSE ON A BUCKLE ITS NOT NORMAL! We splashed out on an examination, and blood test (They are really expensive as I found out) to find out he just needed the osteopath for a slightly sore shoulder.

Don't even get me started on saddles, its a very sore subject for me, I have 2 Saddles that don't fit him sitting around, since he decided he only likes expensive French branded Saddles (Otherwise I'm on a bucking bronco) so I should really be taking out shares in Equipe to fund his new dressage saddle (the saddler laughed at me when I told her my budget)