Update from me and Seren

Moggy in Manolos

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Well thought i would post a little update for you all.

I just want to say a big thank you for all the support and messages i have had in relation to not only Seren's chronic laminitis but also her seizure just a week ago.

Well all seems well at the moment, no seizures since last saturday that i know of, she is happy and settled with Bonnie at the new, but old yard! If that makes sense! We were there before you see.

Anyway, for the first time in 3months or so i went to ride out on Seren this morning. It started a bit rocky and my heart began to sink when i felt that she was not right, but once we got off the stony car park she seemed fine, and she strided out more and more and seemed very comfortable on the whole.
We did a fantastic walk out and she was fine bar the odd stone, i am over the moon, maybe we will be able to walk out after all for a while yet. I thought i may never be able to ride her again, she seemed happy to be out which was nice, and also she wanted to have a trot or canter at one point, which she is simply not allowed, i think maybe in a few months on wet, soft ground there may be a possibility, but for now, its only walking.

I am so made up.
Also after initially being petrified she may have a seizure while i am riding, we had nothing, i am trying to let go of it, as it may never happen again,hopefully that will get easier each time we go out now.

Anyway, well done for getting this far *cookies* for all
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I'm so pleased for you and your girlie!!
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I can totally relate to the worry of riding a laminitic - but they tell you what they can and can't do - if you are listening!! I'm sure she will enjoy her trotting/cantering when she is ready. In the meantime I'm sure you will just enjoy being able to ride your girlie again!
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I am so sorry your mare has been poorly, but I am really pleased for you that you can ride her again. She'll tell you if she isn't 100%, so try not to worry too much. Hope you have lots of fun riding her.
 

Moggy in Manolos

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Thanks so much, i really cant believe we actually rode out today, it feels amazing.
It was so nice that she enjoyed it so much too, long may this progress continue, thanks again
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