Good lord, haven't made a journal in quite a bit of time...
Anywho. Took Miss Mama to a show yesterday, and I was happy to say that we did alright! I am very surprised at how well she did actually
First class we got a 6th, because she was all like "AHHHHHH THERE ARE 7 OTHER HORSES IN HERE. WHAT THEE--" after a while she started to actually calm down and such, in the 2nd class she got a 4th, and in the last class we did she got a 3rd
BUT. During the 2nd class we were in. I was trotting, when I heard a "snapping" noise. It was followed by my friend screaming and when I looked her dad was laying on the floor repeating that he couldn't breath, and that it hurt inside. When we got a bit closer turned out that some person was riding there horse WAY TOO CLOSE and their horse kicked my friends dad in the chest.
Literally was the scariest thing I've ever seen. The class we were in stopped and we were told to go to the other end of the ring so it was easier for the paramedics to get there and stuff like that. After he was rushed to the hospital, we literally finished the class (I got a 4th with Mama in that one) we searched EVERYWHERE for the people who's horse had kicked him.
We concluded that either after their horse kicked, these people left, and left FAST. Or they were still there and didn't even fess up to it or apologize. Now I can understand. If your horse does that to someone, you are going to feel TERRIBLE. But your seriously not gonna say sorry?? Or even ask of what you can do to help? Seriously? People are freaking jerks.
If you guys are wondering. My friends dad was rushed to the hospital. And he has 3 broken ribs, a laserated liver, and a bruised lung and kidney. Hes in pretty bad shape right now, so if you all could keep him in your thoughts that'd be great!