07-22-2012, 09:03 PM
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Injuries happen. And the truth is, sometimes our horses heal 100%. So with that being said, I'm going to give my advice with the idea that you're horse is on the way to being 100% better... just maybe not 100% better for jumping/eventing.
The truth is a vaulting horse is an incredible athlete. Most people that don't know the sport, tend to think that all they ever do with these horses is lunge them in circles. Which isn't the case. These horses have some of the best dressage training that money can buy. They have to have stamina, they must be balanced at every gait, and on every lead.
I think it's a great idea to keep your horse active and in work. Only you [as the owner] will know if your horse is fit enough for this type of work. But I personally think it's a great idea.