02-06-2013, 02:49 AM
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Yeah who knows, maybe after some time in the pasture he will be better. He will definitely need to only be a very light riding pal. But I don't plan on doing much with him anymore. He has gone from working horse, to beloved pet. Which of course he always was before as well.
Also he has been vetted and had chiro done just a few weeks ago. Vet and chiro isn't positive what is making him unrideable and honestly I would rather retire him than continue trying different things that don't work and have him continually in pain. If I don't ride him then he won't get sore.
I am getting Cali this Saturday, super excited to try her out!