Sigh. So bummed. And Queenie is lame. I'm not worried about it really since she just got her feet trimmed, I think she's just sore because she's getting used to having her toes so short since they were long for such a long time. I went to ride her yesterday and she was noticeably lame on her right front, so I put some Keratex on it (love that stuff! except for the $) and today she was almost 100% fine, maybe still a little short when I lunged her to the right, but just in case I rode her lightly around bareback and then reapplied the Keratex. I'm hoping she'll be back in action by tomorrow!
Jetta has been fairly good for riding, it's back to pouring down rain (gotta love spring!) so she doesn't get turned out, so she's been a busybody under saddle but we've had some very lovely moments. Her trot work, except for lengthenings which suck right now, has been awesome. Her left lead canter transition is fairly amazing if I do say so myself, but we're still struggling with that right lead. Someday we'll get it.
|Is she not adorable? Her name is Pie|
She's so cute and fluffy! Like a teddy bear. While I haven't necessarily heard good things about this breed (I have no personal experience with them, so I can't judge) they're already taking her to a puppy training class and I have to say this is a gorgeous breed. I especially like her color. She "talks" too. I may be forced to steal her...