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    03-13-2013, 12:49 AM
Horsey Accomplishments!

Figured this would be a fun thing for everyone to
Write about. : D

Sunday, I was quite proud of myself for being able to do some speed barrels without Brown dropping to a trot. My balance must be better, yaaaay. Not only that, but our ground work has gotten better, too! He side passed without much trouble on his stiff side, and has been getting much better. Albeit, we were a little crooked due to my own fault, likely, but I got one good straight side pass out of him and called it good. Post-ride stretching, he was great! He flexed for me with very little resistance, especially since before being ridden, he was very resistant.

Very proud of that grump.
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    03-13-2013, 01:06 AM
Well, I'm super psyched because I finally own my own horse! Although he does have a few minor problems, I'm sure we can work through them! We've been working on flexibilty, and he's improved, and also on the trails! Can't wait for more time together! <3

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