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post #11 of 15 Old 03-11-2012, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Update: She is no longer lame and when I pretended that I was going to mount today and had my weight in the stirrup, she didn't react. I am giving her a couple more days of rest and will ride her in a lesson on Tuesday. Hopefully, the "moodiness" went away with the pain!
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Update: She is no longer lame and when I pretended that I was going to mount today and had my weight in the stirrup, she didn't react. I am giving her a couple more days of rest and will ride her in a lesson on Tuesday. Hopefully, the "moodiness" went away with the pain!
good on you for hearing her when she was talkingto you! Im glad she is on the road to recovery :)
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Good for you checking into it and taking care of her! Hope she is back to her charming self soon.
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post #14 of 15 Old 03-11-2012, 08:17 PM
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Sounds like her back hurts. Every time you put pressure in the stirrup, it hurts, and she's telling you that.

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Update: She is no longer lame and when I pretended that I was going to mount today and had my weight in the stirrup, she didn't react. I am giving her a couple more days of rest and will ride her in a lesson on Tuesday. Hopefully, the "moodiness" went away with the pain!
Awesome Credit to you for getting her checked.
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