Community Q&A If you're a side chick who wants to keep up a relationship with a guy who has a Main, then you have to know the rules of the game.You can't expect the relationship to be more than what it is: a way for both of you to have a good time and not worry about where the relationship is going.Believe me, it will be the riding breeches that will cause you to slip up and become weak if you are not careful. My advise: be strong when you see them and “for the love of God,” don’t look down. According to the American Horse Council, if you happen live in the state of Florida, the horse industry has about a .1 billion impact on the state’s economy when the multiplier effect of spending by industry suppliers and employees is taken into account.Although they have a reputation as dangerous, fast-living and reckless, the truth is that bikers are individuals.Some live up to the hype, while others are hardworking, honest and even soft-spoken people who happen to enjoy motorcycles.These are “lovely” ladies who diligently prioritize their lives around the care, well-being, performance, and general health of their horses and the equipment that supports them. They will be wearing a baseball cap with their barn or trainer’s commercial logo embroidered on the front and their ponytail will be pulled neatly through the back.In the winter, they will be wearing a riding jacket with probably a Dover Saddlery embroidery or patch somewhere on it, along with sleek riding breeches, black riding boots, or worn jeans and cowboy boots.The second you start to question your status as a mistress or ask for something more, all of the fun will be over.
If you are a bro who has an affinity for anything equestrian, please stop reading this post and move on to another blog or website like “Horse Advise.com“, “Spin to Win: Rodeo Magazine” or whatever you guys read to keep yourself inspired. It would have no substantive or preventative value for you at all.
This post is actually a warning to single bros who are still actively playing in the dating arena and have an opportunity to avoid running into, and potentially falling for a relatively small community of women in this country I affectionately call: “horse chicks.” Horse chicks are women who eat, sleep, dream, and talk about horses 24-hours a day, seven days a week.