I took Phoenix in to see Dr. Ben today, and after looking at his leg Ben agreed with me saying it could be fractured and that we needed x-rays. Luckily Phoenix was cooperative and we didn't have to sedate him. Ben took 3 views, and they showed nothing, no fractures or chips. There is still some soft tissue swelling and Ben gave me Surpass cream to put on it once a day. We also got the ok to do some walking under saddle and we'll see how he's doing after a week.
I had a lesson tonight on Zoe, and little mare was awesome! We warmed up in the sand arena, them moved to the grass to jump. They were harvesting the grass seed field directly behind the grass arena but Zoe didn't care at all. After a couple warm up fences, Jen had us start working a little hunter course. I really need to make sure to keep my inside leg on and push her out thru the turns. She really likes to drop her inside shoulder.
We ended by schooling a bending line, her first. I had to really drive her to the first fence and ask for a lead change over it which didn't go so well. We schooled the change a couple times but Zoe was getting tired and once we got it we quit. We ended up doing the line on the wrong lead, but it was nicely balanced and we got a decent distance to the second fence. What I love most about Zoe is even when she doesn't know exactly what I want, she tries so hard. She also seemed pretty proud of herself too!
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