Prair continues to feel great under saddle, we even popped over a small cross rail over the weekend and I took solace in the fact that the mare's brain (and foot) stayed in tact.
The plan is to stay LOW at thermal and basically consider it part of her already expensive rehab - a post I'll write up here shortly...
If we weren't worried about rei jury, we'd be looking to show divisions from 2'6"-3' and knock some rust off.
As it is though, 2'6" will likely be the absolutely max and I'll play around 2'-2'6"ish like last year.
We have one more ultrasound in a few weeks to ensure that everything is staying happy, so holding my collective breath until then.. But in the meantime, breaking in the new boots, trying to remember how to ride like a real person and lots of mare snuggles!
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Sounds fun! Ive always wanted to go to thermalReplyDelete
Exciting! Can't wait to hear about it and see pics :)ReplyDelete
YAY for Thermal! And a bigger YAY to the mare continuing to feel wonderful :)ReplyDelete
Low and slow is always the best way when coming back! Excited to read about it:)ReplyDelete
So exciting that you're going back to Thermal!ReplyDelete
Can't believe it is already that time of year!ReplyDelete
ooooh so excited! fingers crossed that the next ultrasound looks clear and happy :)ReplyDelete
Yay Thermal!! Keeping my fingers crossed for more good news!ReplyDelete
Fingers crossed for you guys! No matter how low - still excited to hear about Thermal!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful news that the recovery is going so well. The warm weather of Thermal is a vital part of the healing process *nods*ReplyDelete