Hunters, jumpers, equitation riders … we’ve all got #jumperproblems, and it’s high time we rallied on social media to share those problems with the world.
There are a few situations that are unique to our world, and in this series, we’ll be celebrating and sharing those problems here on Jumper Nation. Tag your tweets and Instagram with #jumperproblems to be featured in an upcoming edition! Find past volumes by clicking the #jumperproblems hashtag at the bottom of the page.
knees hurt: stirrups too short
hips hurt: stirrups too long
knees AND hips hurt: stirrups just right ??#EquestrianProblems
— sASSy ♔ (@SassyLittleEq) September 8, 2016
— ➳Spur Life ➳ (@BootsNBallCaps) September 6, 2016
Good news! The broken piece has not moved, and looks like it will heal on its own! Back again in 6 weeks for another X-ray, just to keep an eye on things. Bad news is it will be a long while until I'm back in the saddle.? #broken #equestrian #poniesareevil #horsebackriding #horsebackrider #equestrianproblems #horseriding #lovethesport #passion #jumper #hunter #brokencollarbone #5weeksuntilthewedding #goodtiming #imissriding #sadface
Just had a lovely conversation with my upstairs neighbor about why I was carrying a bag with whips sticking out of it. #equestrianproblems
— Lottie (@lottiegaynor) September 5, 2016
Best hair day ever and the only place I have to go today is the barn. Where I will promptly be rocking helmet hair. #EquestrianProblems
— Rain (@RainHiggins) August 30, 2016
— athompson (@wholovesike) August 28, 2016
When my trainer asks me a question, my go to answer is “a half halt.” It is right about half of the time… 🙂 #equestrianproblems
— athompson (@wholovesike) August 24, 2016