Week One and Done

Truthfully, without having ridden my horse in almost two weeks, I am finding myself a bit un-inspired in general. Luckily (luckily?) there are some house projects starting tomorrow that will occupy my time, and maybe a blog post or two.

Bonus- while stopping by my parent's house I found this gem of my father riding, circa mid 1980s

Bonus- while stopping by my parent’s house I found this gem of my father riding, circa mid 1980s

Otherwise, today marks the end of week 1 of Foster’s ulcer treatment. Tonight at the barn I’m going to assess how Foster is doing by throwing him on the lunge with a full stomach, per the vet’s orders, and see if he wants to move forward at all. If he’s not ready, I’ll try again in a couple days.

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I stopped by on my way home from Savannah yesterday to make sure all his limbs were intact and thought he looked a little more bright eyed than he did last week. Maybe he was just excited to show off his war-paint (aka mud), or maybe he was glad to see me after my lengthy absence. Who knows.

Post with the lunging results tomorrow!

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