He should be better by tonight because the chiropractor is ocming this morning so hopefully that works out.
I love arabs too theres just something special about them.
My mum rescued her other stallion from the butcher he was badly abused and is still quite headshy but he is great i love him loads.
I have had lots of trouble with leg yielding too. My horse can do them but i just started last year and we were having some trouble with them but it was going better but he has been lame for 5 months now and nobody knows what it is and now we hav finally found a ciropractor and he is coming on monday so lets hope he fixes him up. But im starting to ride my mums Arabian Stallion now so i can compete them both. He is amazing its quite funny because every time he comes back into work he starts showing off he just walks backwards or sidways or dose a shoulder in and stuff like that so its quite funny to be sitting on him and he just dose all this cool stuff.
Hey Emily! I left a message while on my friend's login page (Lindsey Ivey) by accident; she lives with us and was using my computer, I didn't realize that I was in her account... LOL.. =D
Your horse is beautiful! I also do dressage and love the connection & bond it creates between horse & rider. I went through your photos... You did an outstanding job editing them - what program did you use? I loved them all! I loved reading about your passion and the love you have for your endearing best friend.
It's always so exciting watching a horse grow and growing with him! I've had my guy since he was a five year old and he's turning seven tomorrow (yay! lol) and it's been so fun watching him develop and learn. It's amazing to think how far we've come since two years ago when we we're doing our first show at Training Level!