This is Luna and me at our first show! She is an 8yo TB mare and a very sweet girl
This is Beau, a 28 year young paint (don’t really know his breeding, but he is gaited). He is an energizer bunny and still goes faster than the youngins! He’s blind in his left eye, but that has never affected his jumping His name suits him perfectly and he is quite a gentleman! Once I fell off him and landed underneath him and he was stepping on my shirt, and he didn’t move a muscle until someone came over to us to get him. Such a sweet old guy. He was also raced in his younger days (and he won too!)
Hi, I have a question for anyone to answer. I have a TB mare who has been bucking at the canter (she lunges fine at the canter and even lunges over jumps at the canter). Her saddle fits and I’ve had 2 vets check her out. One was specialized in chiro adjustments & acupuncture. The only thing he found wrong with her was she was short strided after he flexed her right hind leg. So he did an adjustment & acupuncture (on her hindquarters). The next day she came up sore in her back (you can squeeze around her back bone behind the withers and she really flinches). Is this normal after a chiro adjustment?? Has anyone experienced anything like this? Thanks so much.