So hard being sensitive
The vet was pleased with the way his hind end is developing and he was very well behaved. The first couple of times were rough before she started using the moxa, but since then he has chilled out and enjoys the treatment. Interestingly enough (maybe only to me) he was more sore on his left hind vs the right hind. Typically the right, which is weaker, has more soreness.
I am not sure what that means, but I did notice when I rode him yesterday morning that he was more tense to the left and wanted to get quick. Hopefully, it is just a product of traveling and over compensating with the left and not anything serious. I have become a big fan on the moxa plus a couple needles in helping to remove some of his tension and get things loose so he can work correctly.
Trot like that and he can have all the body work he wants
One of the down sides of moving is I will have to find new everything: vet, farrier, saddle fitter, body work person. It really sucks thinking about it considering it has taken me two years to get everything worked out and I am happy with the people I have. On the plus side I think I am getting closer to having a living situation worked out for him. Fingers crossed that he will continue to be the spoiled pony he is.