Well I have kind of good news...
This is her schedule for a while
-15 days stall rest (not leaving the stall)
-15 days of 5 min. hand walking
-15 days of 10min. hand walking
-15 days of 10min. walking 5min. light trotting (on line)
-10 days of riding at walk
-30 days of riding at walk and trot
-30 days of walk-trot-canter and ground poles (no jumping)
-30-40 days of light jumping with a day off every time after jumping
And then we can compete again!
It sounds like a long time, but I think its really good for how bad a tendon can be. Luckly, she didn't tear it and she pulled it.
Thanks for the website Ryle. It gave alot of info, and that is one horse injury that I haven't seen yet, so it was very helpful!! Thanks again