|I don't think she minded the days off|
|She got a hair cut today so no longer has this crazy mane|
Trainer said that it could take Casey a while to start to get used to the new feeling in her joints, so I'm assuming it's just that. Another boarder also thought that it could be that now Casey's hocks feel good, so it could be making her more sensitive to other things. I'm not really sure which theory is more accurate, but am not stressing about it either. Since the vet dialed down the exercise regime for the two weeks following the hock injections, I'm assuming this is why.
All in all our rides have been pretty boring. It's been raining a ton so we've been stuck in the indoor arena, which is smaller and I have to ride while other people are riding. We've been focusing a lot on leg yielding. I think that Casey gets the idea now, but doesn't commit to it. She's starting to cross her legs, but barely-barely... This is still better than where we were before though, because when I first bought her, Casey thought leg could only mean go fast.
|Leg yielding - her butt is falling behind, but her front legs are crossing, so progress!|
|She's cute :)|