The farrier came out this evening. Bad timing: I had forgotten that the farrier appointment conflicted with two classes on Thursday (including belly dance class). Last time the farrier was out, Isis was ouchy in her rear end. She even tried to kick the farrier — unusual for her.

The chiropractor was out a few days ago. She focused on Isis using accupuncture and adjustments. When we did Isis’ rear feet, she was so much better than she had been in December. She stood quietly and didn’t give the farrier a hard time at all.

Some times little things like that help you realize just how much something like chiropractic work can help a horse recover from a really hard year.

Categories: General

Kim (Ceffyl)

Writing rider.


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