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        02-27-2012, 06:48 PM
      #14791
    Green Broke
    Gymkhana yesterday...cheyenne's still sick so I was riding a different horse named Reba. She's a little bit faster than cheyenne but I had only ridden her 3 times before that so I was scared to run her like I would with cheyenne. We did okay I guess...1st, 2nd, two 3rds and a fourth. I felt so bad before the gymkhana, I was at the barn early to get Reba cleaned up and all and when I came cheyenne knew that we were going to a gymkhana because I only come that early if we're going so she's kinda caught on. ANyway, I went and she was still coughing and pacing around knowing i'd come get her. So I went in to see her and all that then went to get a halter and she stood there with her eyes bright and her ears up watching my every move and then I walked passed her paddock and went to Reba's and she was still watching me with bright eyes and I felt so bad!! I couldn't run her though, I didn't want her to get pnemonia or something so I had to leave her behind...but I still felt bad.

    So I won't be riding cheyenne for at least another week to give her time to rest and recover. Now, however, my project horse, the QH/Freisian is moving from our barn so I was kind of disappointed that I won't have anything to do at the barn except chores and playing around with chey. But then the barn owner said that I could ride a new horse named Maverick. He's a 6 year old Arab. He's the sweetest little thing, he looks like he's two and he's always nudging and nuzzling you. I get on him and he gives me a 'fun' time. He was trained as a jumper by an 18 year old beginner so you know how that can be...anyway I get on him and go through the gaites and omg he's sooo flighty I love it!! His owner said she knew i'd like him so he can be my new project horse if I want to ride him. So I kept riding and his owner left and he gave me a heck of a time. He had loads of energy and he would give me lots of additude at the same time...bucking included. My friend was also there and she's not expirienced at all and she pestered me to let her ride him and she got SO frustrated with him. I love him though and he listened to me a lot better than her. So he'll be my new project horse :) I plan on doing some de-spooking as he was always indoors at his previous barn and he was spooking at everything yesterday. I also plan on working on his head set and him paying attention to me. I think I'll have a fun time :)
         
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        02-27-2012, 06:49 PM
      #14792
    Green Broke
    Whoa that came out a lot longer than expected lol
         
        02-27-2012, 07:21 PM
      #14793
    Green Broke
    Sorry to hear Cheyenne is sick. What's wrong ?

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    I watched the new heartland today and I realized that we're at episode 14...that means the end of the season is soon. *dramatic wail*

    Sadness beyond belief.
         
        02-27-2012, 09:22 PM
      #14794
    Green Broke
    Thanks, she choked on hay in the trailer last week and we didn't know so we did a barrel run and she started coughing all over the place. Still hasn't recovered from it. We're giving her meds and stuff now and I think she's slowly stopping her coughing. I'm going to give her at least a week more for her to recover and rest completely before I do light riding with her. Until then I'll be working with Maverick my new project horse. Whenever I go to the barn and take out another horse I feel so bad though because she always stands at the gate and stares at me with her adorable bright eyes like "hey, you coming to get me now?" And it's too cute. She must've mastered those puppy (pony?) Eyes haha I always feel terrible leaving her there.
         
        02-27-2012, 10:16 PM
      #14795
    Green Broke
    This is me and two of my friends at yesterday's gymkhana:
    I'm riding the barn owner's horse.
         
        02-28-2012, 12:40 AM
      #14796
    Trained
    Thats aeesome!
         
        02-28-2012, 01:12 AM
      #14797
    Green Broke
    Thanks PintoTess we had lots of fun :) I still wish I could've ridden my own pony but oh welll I'm not getting on her for at least another week because I don't want to make her more sick.

    So bad news on the topic of my pony: she's now on antibiotics. I got worried when I was told she was on meds but antibiotics is worse. I didn't even think of this until my friend pointed it out but cheyenne's about 28 years old. She might be getting pneumonia and I'm soooo worried about her. :'(
         
        02-28-2012, 02:14 AM
      #14798
    Trained
    ^^ Poor girl :(
         
        02-28-2012, 04:11 AM
      #14799
    Green Broke
    Oh hey there really long INF proposal :(
         
        02-28-2012, 12:38 PM
      #14800
    Green Broke
    Don't worry, CM. About ten different horses are on antibiotics each week where I board. It's not a bad thing.
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