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        11-14-2012, 04:50 PM
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    Weanling
    Would like a little bit of help before tommoz PLEASE!

    HELLO THERE HORSE LUVERS lol XD. Sorry I just have to say I had an AWSOME!!!!!!!! Ride last night on my boss's horse. The horse babysat me lol my boss had warned me that the horse was a babysitter and my gosh was she ever!! Anyway I finally was trotting by myself not really scared or nervous wich was a first for me by the middle and end of my ride which was probably an hour nd a half maybe lol I wasnt keeping track because I was feeling so good (very rare for me not to be afraid I was rideing alone). Anyhoot I had a great ride and boosted my self esteem a few more notches on a scale of 1-10 I felt a ten last night and my confidence to ride on my own and trot from 1-10 was a high six. But I woke up this morning to like extreme pain in my legs and butt LOL sounds reeeaaaally stupid im sure I sound dumb but I've never been this sore ever! After riding.... any heeellpp pleease LOL im supposed to ride a diffrent horse tommoz but I realy don't want to hurt as bad as I do today XD...... (could I be hurting because I was sitting the trot in a all leather western saddle? Usually the saddles I ride in have a bit more padding).......... hope this is in the right place
         
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        11-14-2012, 05:05 PM
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    Showing
    If you aren't used to riding, then riding for an extended period of time will make you sore. Heck, when I was living in the city and only riding once every couple of months, I would wake up the next morning so sore that I could barely walk.

    The very best thing you can do about the soreness is to take a hot bath and soak for a while, take some ibuprofen, and ride again the next day. Riding more takes the soreness away faster than anything.
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        11-14-2012, 05:08 PM
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    Weanling
    I was supposed to ride today but my friends arena wasnt dry enough so im going to ride tommoz XD im hopeing I dun hurt
         

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