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    05-12-2013, 10:22 PM
I haven't worked with her since due to injuring my ankle. Still no word on whether or not I'm allowed to use the facilities..... *sigh* so frustrating.
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    05-21-2013, 06:32 PM
So some news since last time. Her leg is much more infected than what I was let on. Her owner has been cold hosing her leg but not giving her any anti-inflammatory of any sort.. can't tell if she's sound or lame since it's dark when I go out to her.


But aside from that, I will no longer be working with Prettyface due to her owner having moved her farther away to her ex owner.. who gave her all of her issues in the first place. So no matter what I do with her will be undone by the ex-owner. So why bother :/ it's just going to confuse the horse.

I'm sad because she's in this situation, but there's not much to be done.

So this thread is officially closed in terms of no more updates.
    05-21-2013, 10:54 PM
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I'm so sorry Sky :( that must be so frustrating for you. You did what you could to help the horse though, so kudos to you for trying.
    05-21-2013, 11:10 PM
Thanks Endiku.

Very frustrating. This mare is so lovely and intelligent when you know how to communicate with her. And when the tack you have actually fits..

Oh well, I'll focus all my energy on studies and my riding lessons so I can get out of here and go back 'home'


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