Gave Tucson the day off yesterday after his scary ride with the cows. I don’t usually do that cause most horses are not here that long and there is a lot to get done before they go home. But, I think there are times when it’s better for the horse if he has a light day the next day after a scary or a very hard day in the saddle. Let’s them know that there is a reward for their hard work, even if they don’t really have a clue what I mean or why I’m doing it.
Is pretty windy and cold out this morning so will probably just do some ground work and ride in the arena working on some more technical stuff. He heads home soon and I think he is going to make his owner a really good trail horse. Jan, his owner, has done a good job getting him ready for his start and I’m sure she will continue to do the same when he gets home.
Will try and keep you updated with info on what the heck I'm doing with horses and music.