In our world, there are a lot of people who succeed in one way or another. Some people succeed because they are gifted at doing something and others, who might not be as gifted, put in a lot of work and effort and still get the same level of success. Being gifted does not mean that you should not put a lot of work in making your dream come true, you always have to fight hard for the things you want.
There are a lot of people in the horse world who were initially afraid of horses and then they turned out to be some of the most known equestrians in the world, while on the other hand, there were people who discovered their talent at a very young age, yet they became successful. The path to success is always different from every single person, it can be similar, but only to a certain extent. In my opinion, to be successful in the horse world is far more difficult compared to a lot of competitive sports that you might think of.
Not only do you need to be a professional yourself but you also need a horse who learns quickly and has outstanding endurance and/or speed, it depends on the discipline that we are referring to. A lot of breeds who possess all these characteristics are used in the creation of a lot of other breeds. Take the Arabian horse as an example. Over the centuries, the breed was bred multiple times as it was considered one of the best horses in the qualities mentioned and we can tell that a lot of breeds that we have nowadays originate from the Arabian horse and the same thing has happened with other famous breeds as well.
Talking about good horses and riders, we definitely found a killing duo in the video below. They are both so amazing. During the video, they show everyone how skillful they are, especially the horse by taking on some difficult challenges that a lot of other horses and riders wouldn’t dare to do. Have a look at the video and let us know if you and your horse can do all of those things.
Would you try this?? ????????Wonderful! A performance like that shows how well trained a horse is, and above all else, how much trust there is between horse and rider. Video by Mark H Bolender
Posted by Horse Tribute on Wednesday, May 9, 2018