The Diva is now getting 3 meals a day on her new feed - plus all the grass hay she wants - and plenty of Kentucky bluegrass. Couple that with training rides with Alexis, hacks around the property (complete with legit hills), and canters in the pasture and you have a horse that is changing rapidly. She had a day off yesterday and I was completely surprised with her energy level today, happy attitude, and much more prompt response to aids.
No new pics today, so will post a pic of Cheers, our OTTB, instead:
We moved Cheers to a new barn today - he is a cribber and the barn owner at the first barn did not want her babies picking up the habit (very small place, we were one of two boarders, plus the BO's horses). I think the new place will be better for all of us, actually, so not upset in the least about the move. Cheers is used to a herd and went out with two geldings today with no issues what so ever.
The new place has an indoor and large outdoor and is between our house and the barn where Riva is - will be much easier to see both horses everyday. Bonus...it has a bathroom :)