Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Somewhere in Wisconsin
I do agree it's good to get right back on him like nothing's changed! It shouldn't hurt him, he may be very alert and a bit scared from moving, and the new environment so I'd be prepared. I rode my boy bareback the day he came home to barn and first day back from thirty days. I was so nervous but he went like a champ! Bareback (with helmet), on a green two year old in a new barn, first real ride for me on him, that sounds horrible but it went great!
SO happy for you! You've got me smiling too and missing my boy who I just saw last night :P
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