I mean, I'm sure she's fine, It's been a week since then. The cut is starting to stop oozing and she is running around and playing and being her normal ridiculous self.
I want to ride her, but I dont' want her overreaching again and I don't want to put my bell boots on and have them rub her cut.
What do you guys think? Should I just lightly ride her and do a lot of slow things until the cut totally disappears? It's killing me because I want to get back to riding hard with her (She's a horse that HAS to have a job 24/7, and is happy with that) but I don't want to hinder the healing process of the cut.
It's much easier for me to make these calls when it's not my horse, so that's why I made this thread. LOL I'm often known for taking a ton of extra time with my own horses even after the vet says "it's fine" to ride.