The world needs more Molsons.
My struggle right now is between keeping him at the barn he is at, where he’s a fantastic therapeutic lesson horse, or letting him go to my riding instructor where he will also be part-leased by a family to help ease some of the financial pressure from her.
It’s basically between him giving opportunity to people who don’t have their own horse to learn how to ride with an incredible riding instructor who changes lives, and him helping people live better lives physically.
I don’t know what the right choice is, but I do know that there’s no wrong answer with this horse. No matter where he goes, he is making people so, so happy. I’m so proud of Molson and the horse he is today. He’s a people horse and all he wants is to brighten peoples’ days. He’s the first horse at the gate at the barn and he’s eager to do his lessons, and I don’t think he’d mind doing this the rest of his life. But I still feel for everyone who can’t take lessons from Amber due to not having a horse of their own, and I want to see those people have opportunities too. And to see him as a family horse would bring me a lot of joy.
He’s turned into a greater horse than I’d imagined in my wildest dreams. It’s been like a fairy tale watching him become this way.