Hi, Scarlette. Well, first of all, due to where I have her boarded, she will never be alone in the field. She has other buddies. But, down the road, if I should ever have to move, that is a good thought. My problem is, I don't "know" these mares well enough to put any one on them yet and I am just now trying to get used to them myself. When I purchased them, I only rode them once and then had them delivered from out of town. Their owners swore up and down that they were bomb proof, but I'm just not feeling that quite yet with them, but again, I have only ridden each of them twice. I need to give them a chance. I would have more time for one horse than two, just because when I go out to spend time with the horses, I take alot of one-on-one time with each of them... grooming, etc. Because of a nasty fall I took back in April, alot of my confidence is gone and I am working back up to it and have to move slower than most. The horse that threw me, was only green broke, (we found out too late) and we have since sold him. I just don't know what to do. I feel bad having my husband spend so much on the boarding fees for two horses when I am only getting to ride one at a time. I guess I am having a big bit of guilt right now. He's not complaining, but I just wish that my health were better so that I could spend more time out with the horses like I had planned, but it has just been one thing after another. And, both of these horses do need alot of work. They are past being green broke, but they are far from being able to being able to just "jumping on them and going". Or maybe it is me. I am still trying to figure that one out too.