Last week’s revisit to the cross country course was perhaps not as amazing as I had hoped for. I think in general ending on a not-as-great note with our ditch and water-drop issues at the Boyd clinic hurt Jack’s (and probably my) confidence a bit, and a couple exercises that had been easy for him before, like the baby up bank, were a little tougher this time around.
And we definitely ended on a good note this time- stringing together the new-to-us cabin, water, and coop and maintaining a steady rhythm throughout.
Jack continues to make his opinions well known, and I can’t help but giggle every time I see that tail flying high in the videos. So much so that I made a highlight reel of Jack’s latest opinions:
We need a solid outing and some real confidence boosting at our next cross country schooling, which is this weekend. No time like the present to nip some of these issues in the bud!
You and Jack have got this! I’ve been there before and it takes time but it will pass.
That sassy yellow tail is too much! LOL
Obviously the tail helps him jump. And move forward. ITS HIS PROPELLER, OKAY?! lol
OMG the tail! Love him! Glad you guys had a good outing and good luck moving forward even more this weekend!
So cute! Levi does the same thing with his tail. It’s like the Disney movie.
Has he hit you in the head yet with that tail? 😂😂😂 such a silly boy!!!!
Loving the tail!
Well it’s such a fabulous color – why not flip it around a bit?