Dating a horsey girl

My boyfriend had never been around horses in his life (although he lived tenish minutes away from a race track) and had never dated anyone who was an equestrian, so this whole world was brand new to him.If you are like me and are dating a nonhorse person or you yourself aren't a horsey person, here are five things you should know before dating an equestrian.

That was due to the fact that she didn’t have a steady job while we dated. spending some of your precious free time helping around at the barn, driving her around, driving horses around, etc. This lead to upper class people who are very rich and snobby being horse girls or lower class people who don’t know how to spend their money correctly and don’t come from great families. They’ll spend any amount of money and time on them.

She came from money but didn’t really have any herself. Unfortunately, many horse people have overdosed on confidence, but still. Typically they’ll love horses more than they’ll love people. There’s a horse girl and her mom who come into my work. Her and her mom both regularly smell like horse shit :( 12. To own a horse is very costly and even to lease is still a lot of money and the gear (helmet, boots, saddle, etc.) is also very expensive. They’re completely in love with something that will never love them back.

However, don’t be put off by the idea of coming second to a horse. Take a look at the horsey singles above to find single equestrians in your area.

Horsey people make fantastic partners because they are: *Hardworking.

The observation I made is that horse girls have a weird attitude towards men (at least I can only talk about my male point of view) and tend to be controlling.

My theory is that there are similarities in their relationship with horses and men. The problem is that horses are an enormous commitment. 99% of them are too busy being spoiled princesses spending daddy’s money (soon your money) to be worth dating for anything other than temporary social status boost.

I didn’t learn that until after we broke up and her friend told me. But now I kind of almost don’t want to date a horse-lover. Country girls with horses are great but city girls with horses tend to be pretentious. As mentioned, yes, “daddy’s money” can be seen as a red flag, but there are as many, if not more genuine hard working horse-women out there. Yes, I don’t notice the smell of horse shit either, but most people do, so you’ve got to respect that. If you’re aware of the hot/crazy scale, you’ll understand this one. My particular horse girl doesn’t typically like “horse people.” She says that they are crazy. Despite all this love they saddle, whip and ride them, but want them to love then? It’s sort of like a jeep that costs 10 grand a year to maintain and can’t be stored in the suburbs.

She portrayed herself as a socialite but in reality she didn’t have an apartment and slept on her friends couch. I never knew this was a thing, I know a few girls who have horses. Horse riding guy myself, so I may give a bit of an extra insight. This combined with the over affection/over commitment for the horse is a recipe for disaster. I think the deal is you’re never coming first in that relationship. Horses take lots of resources and are seldom used for genuine productivity.

These have come from the washing machine because your horsey significant other has washed their saddlecloths and horse rugs in there, despite you insisting that they stop doing that.

When my boyfriend and I first started dating, my family and barn friends warned me to break him into my world slowly.

Well before you do so, let Dave, a veteran horse boyfriend, fill you in on just what it takes to date a horse girl.

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