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        05-02-2013, 04:31 AM
    Phoenix's low bow :) those that have read my previous threads know, my arabian has a low bow due to racing, trainer, Roray..wanted information on it..s oshe called the rescue today :) she knows what questions to ask and how to ask got all the needed information. Turns out..he got the bow in he never actually raced..also..the bow is about 3 years old and healed...and the reason he has a slight limp now and again when in the round that he doesnt do tight circles well..which I guess is common for a horse with something like will not hinder him in work thankfully..he has no heat..and is happy as always..we are using splint boots on him anyway because I like to be safe, his ground work is also coming along amazingly well..not afraid of tarps..bags..flags or anything for that matter now..he listens well on a line and does what he is supposed to do..Roray thinks its time to begin work with me on his are starting saturday..i am extremely excited now that I know he is ok and always will be..he shall just always be a tad off in tight circles..but..i think it adds some character lol.

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