|That mean, horrible happymouth mullen
|Developing some softness in the canter
|Well that looks good
|The stars make it awesome
|Unrelated cute dog picture
|And then I shaved him. Because hair.
|This is for the birds
|He looks like a whole different horse
|Crafters will probably make cooler designs
|I don't love them as much as last year.
|Wait for it...
|March or April 2014
|Engage Flail Apparatus
|Early summer lesson
|Learning about bascule
|On the same page, finally
|Back to the calm
|Note world's longest running attachment.
|He's pretty much like a super model
|Do love the clean look of a full clip
|Note improved pic quality. YAY NEW PHONE.
|Loving my position here. Note ass out of saddle post-jump.
|It's so very him.
|Loving that sunset light
|We see you
|I really can't pick a favorite
|He looks like a stock horse
|Always wear a helmet when riding your ottb bareback for the first time
Due to mobile blogger, I'll keep this short. Bodywork is one of those things that has so many definitions and adherents and looks so different to so many people.
I'm intrigued. What does it look like for you and your horse? Acupuncture? Massage? Chiropractic? Just for your horse? Just for you? Group sessions? On site? Hauling out?
What do people do and why? How does it help you or your horse?
|He's pretty great
|I'm developing that "dressage hunch"
|Early shot--he will get his knees up
|He jumps so well with a big release