I brought Cisco in with the intent to ride. It was cooler and had been gray and cloudy all day. Cisco led with his head straight up in the air and snorting every few strides. The arena was free so I decided to just chase him around, as my nausea wasn't getting much better.
He did lots of cantering using the full arena. Nothing exciting, he's not much of an airs above the ground kind of guy.
To cool him out I grabbed a dressage whip and worked on our mounting block groundwork. He definitely knew what I was asking him to do, but he wouldn't respond to a lighter tap, and had no sense of urgency to move his butt around. So out came the treats. And within a few minutes he was whippin' that butt around with some light taps. Treats for the win!
By the time I brought Phantom in my nausea was getting worse, and I was just hoping that I didn't puke with one of the many belches my body kept doing. She hadn't been ridden in over a week after moving to Fat Camp and losing a shoe, so I figured she would be happy to get a few zoomies out also. She was.