Trotting and posting were not painful in the least. We did a few walk-trot transitions trying to get her to focus. She was distracted, was sure that there was something in the bushes along the far side of the arena that was going to get her. I wasn't wearing spurs and that didn't help matters at all. At one point Tia actually spooked. She did the legs splayed out thing, but tripped and ruined the whole thing. I think that's first time I've know her to spook.
We took a walk break and tried to canter. Going to right, I automatically wanted to put my inside right leg on the hold her shoulder up and support her. Bad decision. Hurt like a mother and I could only do about 5 strides before taking my leg off and she would break to the trot. We tried a couple times before I gave up. We walked a bit more then I decided to go left to see if it was any better. It didn't hurt nearly as much and we were able to do a full lap before I gave in. I decided to quit with that and not push my luck.
To get off I had to walk Tia up to the 3-step mounting block and dismount onto that. I didn't want to try getting off onto the ground with a bad leg from that high up.
Today I had to go back to work, so I opted not to ride. My tailbone was pretty sore after work but I plan to ride tomorrow and Friday. Instead tonight I cleaned my leather open fronts and tall boots.