#EventerProblems Vol. 227, Presented by Haygain: Saddle Pad-Aholics Anonymous

The more the merrier, right? Online shopping has made more than a few unnecessary purchases possible. Here’s that, plus your latest batch of #EventerProblems:

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It should never be a question of should you ride, only a question of how long it's going to take you to get to the barn. That spiral of insecurity can happen so fast, leaving you feeling a little lost and preeeeetty tired 😴 Lucky for me I got caught before it was too late and had a bowl of Mac n Cheese and an amazing #horsehubby waiting for me when I finally made it home. 💖 It's #sunsoutgunsout season and your horse doesn't care if your breeches are a little tight cowgirl 🦄🥰 #justride . . . #brantley #againsttheodds #teardropwinken #aqhaproud #eventerwannabe #eventingnation #goeventing #teamqh #sayiwont #weride #controlhaltdelete #eventerproblems #bodyimage #mentalhealth #youvegotthis

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We built a faux-ditch! Daisy was a no-nonsense supervisor and kept us on track! Beginner novice sized and we will put black mulch in it tomorrow after the paint has had some time to dry. We decided to paint it so that even if the mulch is sparse or washed out, it’ll still be “ditchy”. We originally were going to dig real ditches but I think these will be more versatile and we can move the bigger ones (when we build them) with the tractor, but I can move this little one around the field by myself! Would anyone like to know how we made it? . . . .#eventer #eventersofinstagram #eventhorse #horse #ottb #ottbsofinstagram #horsesofinstagram #equestrian #equestriansofinstagram #dressage #dressagehorse #jumper #showjumping #jumpersofinstagram #eventerproblems

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