You can find part 1, part 2 and part 3 of their program in the July 2011 entries.
In early September, we got a lot of rain and footing became treacherous, so we took a break for a couple weeks. The footing should be dry enough to start up again later this week.
Lucky has started volunteering liberty play in the pasture! I had turned him out in the pasture to run off some high spirits, and as I sent him away, I realized he was circling back to me, first using the entire field, then bringing the circle in and looking for guidance. Suddenly, he was walking & trotting as I cued, coming in to me, turning, walking along with me. What an amazing breakthrough. Of course, with all the rain, all our play has been on hold the last couple weeks. Tonight I’m headed out to spend some time with him and see what he offers again.
Interested in learning more about the senior nutrition program I am using?
January international teleclasses, recorded for convenience!
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Would you like to learn some simple exercises for your senior horse?
Contact me, and I can work with you both at your barn, or remotely by video.