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Jag älskar att få meddelanden där elever delar med sig. Delar med sig av frustrationen när inget går som det ska. Eller när allt går precis som det ska och de dagliga vinster som uppstår. Livet helt enkelt. Jag älskar att få glädjas med andra. Få ta del av den lycka som kan uppstå när saker smått faller på plats i träningen. Jag känner mig hedrad när jag är personen ryttaren vänder sig till när det känns skit. När man behöver få bolla om tankar och idéer.

Här om dagen fick jag ett meddelande där lyckan fullständigt lös igenom vartenda ord. Stolthet. Känsla av att lyckas. Utdelning för hårt jobb, där så många försökt trycka ner och säga att det aldrig kommer att gå. Men envisheten och tron på den egna förmågan har varit större. Jag kände direkt att ”det här vill jag låta andra ta del av!” Varför? – Jo för att jag tror att så många känner igen sig. För att jag tror att fler borde lära sig att sätta upp rimliga mål. Ställa rimliga krav på sig själva och sin häst. Jag vill dela denna historia ur det dagliga livet, för att det är just vad det är: det dagliga livet. En oretuscherad, icke förskönad bild av hur livet med häst ofta ser ut!
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“Already when I got my horse from the paddock, I knew that today might not be the easiest day. My horse tends to sometimes be a bit on the frisky side and it has been the first day in a while with low temperatures and quite a bit of wind. When brushing her, she had a hard time standing still, always checking something somewhere, so that’s what I wanted to keep in mind when setting my goal for the ride. “I want to have her full attention at least at the end of the ride!” I thought to myself and with my goal in mind got up in the saddle and went for a riding tour outside. And guess what? My horse did absolutely great! I just asked her simple basic stuff she knows and just tried to take it all as easy as I could. My goal to have her full attention was reached not even 10mins after we left the stable. And she did such an amazing job! Even though she’s a horse with not so much toelt and rather on the trot side, she offered a lot of toelt herself. I didn’t even have to ask, she just wanted to show off! And then it happened: her toelt turned a little pacy! I was screaming of excitement on the inside. Now you probably think I am a crazy person because who wants a piggy pacer? But for us that was a big step since I would’ve never expected my “please let me chose trot”-horse to even think about lateral movement and then there it was…so easy, almost feeling natural and just soooo much fun!”

I love getting messages where students share. Share their frustration when nothing seems to go their way. Or when everything is going exactly how its supposed to and all the daily victories. Simply put: Life. I love to get to share happiness with others. To get to be part of the excitement that occurs when things all of a sudden fall into place in the training. I feel honored when I´m the person riders want to turn to when things feel like crap. When there´s a need for ventilation of thoughts and ideas.

This other day I got a message where happiness shined through every word. Pride. Feeling of success. When hard work pays of, even when there´s been so many trying to push down and say that it will never work. But stubbornness and the belief in the own ability has been greater. Right away I felt that “this I want to share and let others take part of!” Why? – Well because I think many people recognize themselves and can relate. Because I believe that more people should learn to set up reasonable goals. Put reasonable pressure on themselves and their horse. I want to share this story from the everyday life, because that’s exactly what it is: the everyday life. An untouched, not beautified picture of how life usually looks when you´re a rider!

“Already when I got my horse from the paddock, I knew that today might not be the easiest day. My horse tends to sometimes be a bit on the frisky side and it has been the first day in a while with low temperatures and quite a bit of wind. When brushing her, she had a hard time standing still, always checking something somewhere, so that’s what I wanted to keep in mind when setting my goal for the ride. “I want to have her full attention at least at the end of the ride!” I thought to myself and with my goal in mind got up in the saddle and went for a riding tour outside. And guess what? My horse did absolutely great! I just asked her simple basic stuff she knows and just tried to take it all as easy as I could. My goal to have her full attention was reached not even 10mins after we left the stable. And she did such an amazing job! Even though she’s a horse with not so much toelt and rather on the trot side, she offered a lot of toelt herself. I didn’t even have to ask, she just wanted to show off! And then it happened: her toelt turned a little pacy! I was screaming of excitement on the inside. Now you probably think I am a crazy person because who wants a piggy pacer? But for us that was a big step since I would’ve never expected my “please let me chose trot”-horse to even think about lateral movement and then there it was…so easy, almost feeling natural and just soooo much fun!”