I headed to Red's stall after that and made him walk in the stall for me so I could see if he was too stiff, he seemed stiff but not overly bad so I don't think my Saturday riding plans will be ruined. Even if he was, I'd get out and groom him.. I think it'll work out well.
Really not too much to report until tomorrow when I ride, so I'll leave on a happy note with some cute pictures. :D
|Part of me hates this picture because he got too close and the flash made his face look pale, but look how muscular and shiny his body looks!!!|
|Sticking his tongue out!|
And here is Bay, sticking her tongue out at our farrier. ;)
Planning to trail ride tomorrow, groom Red and etc. Not sure on a schedule. It's hard to make one with my life. :P :P
GOOD NEWS!! We got our farrier to check out the "cancerous spot on Chip" and we couldn't even find one. Seriously?? We are 99.9% sure this lady who came to the barn just saw something wrong or something because we do NOT think he has cancer of any form. Vet is coming out in mid July so we'll check just in case but we do NOT think it's cancer. Yipee!