I am still doing the same routine with her that I've been doing. Riding in the morning, groundwork in the evening. She is starting to seek out the rest under saddle, which is good for stops. She still isn't convinced the bit is a good thing, but she improves each ride. She is much more comfortable with me on her back than she is with me on the ground. We've had a few hairy moments where I ended up gripping her tight with both legs to hang on and she hasn't lost her mind when that happens, that's a good sign. Those moments usually occur when she thinks about going left but I say "go right!" and there is a wall quickly approaching.
In other horse news, I have someone interested in Flirt. The lady is coming out to see Flirt tomorrow. I am hoping I can sell her. The extra money and one less mouth to feed would be nice. Plus, my own horses are going to be neglected for the next 2 months while Oakley is in training. It would be nice to see Flirt go somewhere that she'll be loved and used. Wish us luck!