Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Bathurst, Australia.
existentialpony - Like I said, he was dumped on me, I haven't had a chance to teach him anything but he has done it since I have had him, no my chiro told me to ride him out a bit, get him flexing and stretching, but that's it. I was just wondering if there where more therapeutic was aswell. I was thinking maybe his hooves are unbalanced, they are all oddly shaped and have been neglected long term, it's been a slow process bringing him back up to scratch, he was a bit under weight when I got him, I couldn't catch him for the first 3 months, he was in a 12 or so acre paddock where he could gallop circles around me, took me weeks to con him into believing im not a danger zone. So from then on, it's a gamble wheather or not he wants to be caught, the smaller paddock I have has a sick horse in it so he can't be in there for those reasons.
Ace, Duke, Red, , Trojan, Unnamed. *Sold* Babe, Shadow.