Started this discussion. Last reply by Elizabeth Scott Aug 19, 2013.
Indirectly Helping MJ's Knee
I approached my lesson on Wednesday full of confidence. I now have my own, private, set of front leg boots for MJ. I don't have to tire myself by hunting for them anymore, they are clean, and I can be SURE that MJ's right knee feels more comfortable while moving.
For me while riding MJ this boot…Continue
Posted on September 17, 2022 at 1:27pm
No Boots, No Go
The heat and humidity are not letting up much down here in NC.
Since forgetting to put on my Q30 collar I now put it on before I leave the house. At least my brain is protected from moving around in my skull as the car moves over the sometimes bumpy roads and driveways. It felt tight at first but by the time…Continue
Posted on September 10, 2022 at 11:41am
My Ankle Acts Up
Last week I wanted to get out of the house. I walked down the gravel road to see the neighbor's horses in their paddocks, I just wanted to see horses and I wanted to smell them too! I walked with my two canes, slowly and carefully, and I never felt anything wrong.
That afternoon my right ankle swelled up,…Continue
Posted on September 3, 2022 at 10:27am
A Good Cushion Can Help
I got to try my new ThinLine shock absorbing pad on MJ during my lesson on Wednesday.
Addison helped me groom MJ and tack him up until Debbie drove up. We put MJ's Fenwick Western pad on first with the ThinLine+ Contour pad on top of it, then the saddle. I had brought out a longer girth just in case…Continue
Posted on August 20, 2022 at 10:56am
Time for a Change
Sorry I've been gone for a while. NOTHING much was happening, sometimes the weather did not cooperate with my riding, Shannon had health problems, and sometimes my gut was not happy with the world. MJ has decided that his old method of making his back as hard as concrete is the way to go in the riding ring.…Continue
Posted on August 13, 2022 at 10:23am