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TB training week 7

Not the training planned.....but training nonetheless

Right before Katie showed up a backfiring motorhome scared the horses. There was some panic running and carrying on. Once settled, we were able to check everyone out. Sassy had a couple pretty good gashes on her leg. So training for this day became standing (and not fearing) the hose. Katie was able to do some hydrotherapy on Sassy's leg/wounds and treat her wounds. Sassy did great.

And since the hose was out she did the same for Rose and Violet. The did great with the hose and this is all great training for them to be able to stand to be bathed someday.

Sassy's wounds are doing well, healing nicely. If this had to happen, having it happen right before Katie came was the best time.


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