Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Somewhere in Wisconsin
Wow, she did really slow down. I think the chiro would be a big help as well as turning drills and working on roll backs and drills like sorrel said. Maybe she's just having an "off" period or kind of given up on it in her mind. My old barrel horse Cheez-it did that, lol. Went through a few months where he was just off, had the vet out, chiro out, accupuncture and nothing seemed to help. Then we went to a show one day and pulled 1st and he was fine! What happened with Lark, did I miss something?
Not that it would help but really made them work and refresh their mind, my cousin actually walked her horse backwards around the pattern. Really makes them think, and it's just something different too! Whip that out at a show. ;) Haha.
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Last edited by Annanoel; 11-09-2012 at 03:23 PM.