I'll be sure to do that. It looks like it made a HUGE difference with your horse. I'm really excited to ride him on Saturday because I've been gone this past week. I've been riding him like four times a week this summer, and when I was gone I missed him so much :). [Sorry that it's kind of off-topic]. I want to ride him in a schooling show in a couple of weeks, and I was wondering if from the pictures that are posted you could suggest anything to work on (other than what you guys have already said)? I want to ride him in Walk/Trot Equitation and maybe the Intro A and B dressage tests. I want to get him to relax more and start to slow down, and I know the first step to that is keeping myself relaxed.