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post #231 of 2156 Old 01-22-2013, 04:52 PM
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Maybe he strained/pulled a muscle that is not noticeable without a rider, but as soon as weight gets put on him you can tell? If that's it then only time will tell. I am sorry. I know how upsetting that can be. Hope he heals soon!
Thank you, I hope you are right, a pulled muscle, and not something worse.
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post #232 of 2156 Old 01-22-2013, 05:07 PM Thread Starter
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Anita Ann, sorry to hear he is having issues. I will send up some prayers for your boy.

I haven't been released to trot yet. it is just Biscuit had to go up an incline and started a little trot up and kept going....took me a little while to pick up those reins and slow him down!!

I go to the doctor tomorrow in Houston. Ugh. I went to Houston yesterday for hubby to have a procedure today. I JUST walked in the door a little bit ago. I have to turn around and go back tomorrow. Hoping he has good news or something for me.
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post #233 of 2156 Old 01-22-2013, 05:20 PM
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Anita Ann, sorry to hear he is having issues. I will send up some prayers for your boy.

I haven't been released to trot yet. it is just Biscuit had to go up an incline and started a little trot up and kept going....took me a little while to pick up those reins and slow him down!!

I go to the doctor tomorrow in Houston. Ugh. I went to Houston yesterday for hubby to have a procedure today. I JUST walked in the door a little bit ago. I have to turn around and go back tomorrow. Hoping he has good news or something for me.
Good luck at the doc's...be sure to mention how your horse did a little trotting...and you were fine!

Too bad you were able to pick up those reins...who knows how good you would have felt after a little canter??
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post #234 of 2156 Old 01-22-2013, 07:54 PM Thread Starter
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He would have busted out into a canter in two seconds had I not put the skids on him. We jogged a little bit later - he wanted to trot...I said "it is a jog big boy - not a trot!" Biscuit has a wonderfully fluid jog that is very easy to sit. I can sit his trot for the most part. He is so funny...Last week he was hauling hinney around his paddock with his extended trot. Wow...he has a fantastic fast trot - I have recorded at 11.5 mph on the Garmin. He can flat out MOVE at a trot. Good boy!!

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post #235 of 2156 Old 01-22-2013, 09:14 PM
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Here is my video of riding on Saturday.
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The youtube link doesn't work. Can you try it again?

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post #237 of 2156 Old 01-22-2013, 09:56 PM
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Here is my video of riding on Saturday.

Try this - I think I found it...
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post #238 of 2156 Old 01-23-2013, 05:37 AM
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I rode Sammy to work today which was 13.67 miles to work and back. It took me about 1 1/2 hours each way, which I thought was pretty good since we walked most of it. I don't have any pictures today.

Does anyone else have a horse that if you ride on the road it likes to walk in the middle of the road? I find on the occasion when I just let Sammy walk wherever (when there are no cars around for quite some distance) he will nearly always pick the middle of the road over the soft grass on the side which is a flat surface. I don't know I just find it weird.

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post #240 of 2156 Old 01-23-2013, 09:47 AM
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Your Welcome! It sure looks nice and warm...wish I was there!
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