I started taking lessons for riding horses about a year ago. Only a week ago did I notice a beautiful horse in the paster. I found out she was being borded, but her owner lives in Flordia, and only comes to see her for about five minuets every month. Her name is Caviar, and she is by far my favorit! She follows me around EVERY WERE and she loves to nuzzle and gives hugs with her head The only problem is, before the man that bordes her bought her, the people that sold Caviar to him said she had a problem with her back hooves. They had pushed her too hard and made her run more than she could take. My riding teacher told me I could only trot with her very llittle.
My lesson teacher also told me there was nothing we could do with her, but I just wanted to be sure. Is therer anything I can do for Caviar that would help her back hooves? She a sweet little girl! Nobody has ridden her for three years, until I got up on her. I don't want to give up on her just yet.
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