MDC wrote:The thing about dog walkers is that they actually need to be present to be a nuisance whereas horse riders can churn up a path and leave it unrideable.
And when it dries try walking on the mesh of holes and ridges, just like walking on a field where cattle have been.
Its the peoples attitude not the actual passtime, but in my neck of the woods ( and the country all over ) horses mean money and with it goes the offspring who might have been born here but are eduacated to think they are the cream.
A gripe and corruption of the BBC is to only patronise children who talk like that " Toffee nose"
My first complaint to the BBC was that all children were reading from a board when interviewed, they halted that same day and it has never returned.
Now its only showing children from upper class Especially the South West where we are all farmer types, even the outsiders are londoners or lancs etc
Devon people dont talk that way, even the parents of the children dont talk like that.
Note every time children appear on tv in news programs, how local they sound.....not
Dogs well a daily nuisance to me a dog owner too.
And we know that they can bring you down and break bones too.