Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Alberta, Canada
• Horses: 0
Thanks, Moxie and QuarterPony. I'm so stressed about the whole thing.
HOWEVER - I just talked to my friend's equine chiro, and she really put my mind to ease. She said Maia's probably going through a growth spurt, and she's just sore and her SI (sacro-illiac) joint is all out of whack. She really reassured me that the discomfort won't last, and she's 99% sure that's all it is, thank God.
However, she did say that I am not to ride her hard for the next 5 days, which kind of stinks, because the people are to be out Sunday to see her again, and probably take her home.
I agree, QP, I think that something will happen for a reason. Either she'll get sold or she won't, and right now I'm fine with either.
If she sells, I'll horse-hunt again. If not, then I have plans to find a trainer and send her there for October, I think.
Grand plan is possibly sending her to a WP trainer, and saving up for a western saddle. Possibly.
Yup, I'm flip-floppy.
I still hate the process though.
The lovely images above provided by CVLC Photography cvlphotography.com