So for now, all I will say is I have a few lesson posts to update you all on where we are under saddle that will be forthcoming...and Ill have time to finally do it with Tillie needing a few days off starting tomorrow.
|Just a preview from our XC lesson last saturday|
I knew injections would be needed eventually and have started preparing myself, and bank account for when that time would come. I figured by next year, and wasn't all that surprised with the recommendation that she could start this year as well.
|Those hocks get a lot of use|
I have touched on some recent frustrations with being able to half halt my horse when it comes to jumping. It has improved a lot, but two of my trainers suggested I have her SI, stifles and hocks examined since her answer always seems to be unload the hind end and lean on my hands down...rule out pain and all that first right?
|Like this example from sometime earlier this season|
|At least our lesson Saturday was a good last lesson before shes laid up for a bit|
With all that said, I am very excited about it...and nervous because what horse mom wouldn't be!? Dom is also eager to see how it will help us with some of our recent training struggles...although some recent tack changes have seemed to significantly improve some of these. More on that to come soon!
So any one else do join injections? If so, how did you decide on when to start them and how often?