Originally Posted by MySerenity
I haven't had a cyro look at her... not sure how I feel about that concept. I'm not against it per se, but I'm against paying for it...
It's expensive, but 95% of the time neccessary. I think you might be suprised at the small things that affect something as big as cantering.Last visit, my horse only needed his knee slightly popped in a different direction, and he started extending his stride again. It fixed collection, extension, and right lead problems for my horse due to ribs, poll, knee, hips, and jaw all being out of whack.
I also agree about the over excitement. Even if it's less at home, she still bucks some at home, so that tells me some kind of chiropractic problem. Showing just adds to it, so therefore she bucks more.