We have all been there - to that kids' sporting practice where a parent just can't keep their mouth shut and let the coach do their job. They are driving much unnecessary attention to themselves, probably embarrassing their kid and definitely irritating the coach and other spectators.
Newsflash - don't be that person.
Today I want to offer up some riding lesson etiquette for parents. I've had the privilege of being the instructor of many students over the years. In this last year, I have also had the privilege to hand my own kid over to her instructors.
Let these tidbits serve as little reminders of where we need to focus when we are at the barn for our young riders. Your kiddo and trainer will thank you for it!
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