Here are two pictures from riding Cody yesterday...Cody has been through the ringer the past couple years....4 yrs ago we were doing 3'6 jumpers, when I was leasing him but I was the only one who took care of him, and then I became very busy in high school so a young girl started riding him and wouldn't properly cool him down and stretch him before or after jumping. So she took him to a show and he came up limping. The vet came out said he hurt a ligament in his back leg and that he should never jump over 2' again. Obviously I was LIVID and very upset, my perfect horse that I taught to jump and brought him up to became a well behaved after years of bucking was now injured and I had nothing to do with it! That girl was no longer allowed to ride him, I have recently had the vet out and he OKed him to start slowly jumping again, as his leg as made a "miraculous" recovery due to my TLC. This is the highest he has jumped in over 2 yrs. Before this I have been riding on the flat and poles and occasionally small cross rails. Cody is a JUMPER not a HUNTER...so yes I know he doesnt always jump "pretty" and I also know I am jumping forward a little bit but I would appreciate anymore commentary about the pic or his story in general, thanks guys!