Nothing too excited going on over here. I myself have only played with Kaspin 1 more time, since my last video post below. My shoulder is slowly healing and is starting to feel a bit better. So the last time I played with Kaspin I caught myself using my left arm a bit more than I probably should! Since my shoulder isn't hurting so much. I figured I just better back off. If kaspin decides to bolt or do something silly?? And I have that rope in my left arm and happen to close my hand trying to keep Kaspin with me? It might really hurt my shoulder and my doctor would just kill me for playing with my horse. So for now, I just go out and hang, brush, and graze Kaspin. Of course, Kaspin doesn't mind one bit, LOL.
Steve Andrews my Parelli Professional continues to come out once a week for 1 hour. He works on Kaspin being soft in Zone 1, and Zone 2, Canter, Canter left lead(Kaspin always cow canters on the left), and some riding. Steve put his western saddle on this week and apparently Kaspin has never had a western saddle on! Steve said, Kaspin was the wild bucking bunco and he couldn't believe Kaspin's moves!! Steve was of course, on the ground playing on line with Kaspin at this point. I would have loved to see this! Of course, after a bit Kaspin gave up and relaxed with the western saddle. The hour was up so Steve will try to maybe ride Kaspin next week. I hope to be there for that lesson and I will try to get some pictures for you all:)
Enjoy the sun, 1 armed J9, Kaspin, and the best Enzo.