Yogi-“Meister”: A really ‘different’ looking horse’s …. [behind]!

It’s been a good 3 1/2 months now since Yogi’s hitching post flip-over accident, resulting in a watermelon sized hematoma (see earlier postings). After having been renamed from Jimmy Dean to Yogi and most recently – after Stefanie’s consumption of a tiny bit of Jägermeister – occasionally also called Yogi-Meister, the horse formerly known as Jimmy Dean now has a mostly healed, but quite different looking behind.

Yogi's hind end 3.5 months after the accident
Horse's hind end 3.5 months after accident

Yogi doesn’t mind at all. It feels good, he moves nicely without visible restriction or signs of lameness, the pain and heat is gone and: he cannot see what it looks like!

When Yogi scratches his sides with his teeth, all he sees is the quite attractive side view (compare to pictures of hematoma, taken in September in earlier post).

Horse's hind end 3.5 months after hitching post accident, side view.
Side view of horse's hind end, 3.5 months after accident, hematoma completely healed

And that looks pretty good!

Now it’s time to move this formerly very well proportioned Quarterhorse hind end around, get some exercise and some really enjoyable equine massage and bodywork. Massaging the area will help break up adhesions, encourage blood flow and help the body to move waste out of the muscle tissue. Bodywork (Masterson Method (TM)) will help regain full range of motion and overcome restrictions caused by temporary immobility and layup.

Uh-oh! Almost forgot: Yogi suggested to include some pictures of his other end –> the FRONT END in this blog! He feels there has been undue attention to his hind end and would like to show his other attractive side.  Until the next update on the horse’s …. [behind], that is!

Quarterhorse Yogi's sweet face
Yogi's sweet face
Yogi's attractive front end in focus
Yes, Yogi DOES have a really good looking front end!
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