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        01-22-2010, 06:34 PM
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    Yearling
    Smile Please Read (Follow up on my thread Lovely Lead Changes)

    Hi!

    We took my man to the chiro today, and found out a lot. For those of you who haven't read my thread, my horse has been kicking out when I ask for a lead change, but still doing the lead change. Apparently, his SI joints were out of place, and he had some stiffness in his sacrum along with his neck. I'm sorry this isn't the best of a follow up, I didn't completely understand what he was saying (I'm only 14 for goodness sake!) He also used ALL natural medicine, so I was happy to hear that. After he popped some things, my horse let out a HUGE sigh and started chewing his tongue, very good sign. We're hoping this was the cause of the kicking, but if not a trainer offered to help us out, he has some great tips to offer.

    I just loved the chiro, he gave me many tips on how important it is to listen to your horse and how horses can understand us right away, but it's us who can't understand them.

    *Also what was really cool...ME AND MY HORSE GOT TO MEET SOME CELEBRITIES: THE LIPIZZANER STALLIONS!!!

    I'm just happy to know my horse is all tuned up, I LOVE HIM SO MUCH! :)
         
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        01-23-2010, 10:57 AM
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    Yearling
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