Unfortunately the mare was a bit of a twit and was getting upset with BS. I think part of it was "You're not mom!" and part of it was that BS was getting after her about things I don't. But McKenna has to learn how to handle other riders. The client, a 16yr old girl who is currently eventing novice/moving up to training, wasn't discouraged at all and eagerly climed up. She was a very soft rider and McKenna seemed to like her. The mare was a bit jazzed and took off a couple times but the girl handled it really well. Apparently her mare is a huge bucker and she's got the ultimate sticky seat.
I was slightly pissed at the antics the mare pulled but as I was untacking her the girls mom started talking to about scheduling a pre purchase exam. I guess the girl likes fiesty horses and already loved McKenna. So they'll call their vet tomorrow and hopefully we can schedule the PPE this week. I'm currently crossing all fingers and toes and praying to the gods of PPE!!
Keeping everything crossed for you both!ReplyDelete
Great news! Hopefully it goes well. Sounds like a good match!ReplyDelete
Keeping all my crossables crossed for ya!ReplyDelete
No kidding, pray to the gods of the PPE! :) Good luckReplyDelete
Fingers crossed for you.ReplyDelete
ooo fingers crossed!ReplyDelete
oooh good luck!ReplyDelete