Type: Posts; User: tucktaway
Lovely!! She looks like a lot of fun, too!
Congrats, on a great win and a lovely horse!
I don't know if they still make them, but I found the Beval Natural to be a good substitute for the Butet. They also offered flap and tree size options.
Sometimes all it takes is a letter from an attorney. Do you know any in the US who could do that for you?
Hopefully your vet has been able to answer some of these questions for you by now.
Is there any chance you could be off on the breeding dates? 309 is early, but not impossible. A friend of mine...
I, too, was looking forward to watching the live feed today!! Silly me!!! Such a disappointment to see where this is all headed!
I'm with you on their "claims of no restrictions." I generally wait 2 weeks for grazing after using fertilizer or Crossbow, depending on the amount of rainfall. The Crossbow works quickly and is very...
Don Alfredo strikes me as a substantial guy..
/\ well said!
I agree. Charlot farms has crossed him on lots of Rio mares, I think for this very reason.
I have a 6 year old of this breeding and would happily repeat the cross.
Mine did eventually crack, but they didn't owe me anything. I wear them all winter and do alot of walking around this farm!!
And -- they're made in the USA :)
I know the ones you mean, but the ones I mentioned are much more substantial - and a little more expensive.
Have you asked Charlot farms, who stood Rio Grande?
the navy blue ones (servus brand) from tractor supply, i think they're 29.99
my last pair lasted 2 years and i wear them ALOT
oh no! i have some catching up to do!! mmmm i guess that's one way to drag out the season!
I don't think he will reliably add height, but you could ask owner: Cabardino.
Ditto what tabula said; highly recommend them!
I have a stallion who went through there several years ago, he is a lamb!
good luck! my yearling was a bit of a worry as a baby too and i was determined not to let his name reflect or solidify that.. i just waited it out....he is SO much better now, and...
Horseguard makes regular and bi-polar tape; the bi-polar is what you'd want for frozen ground, etc.
No sign of them today, perhaps it was just a layover. Fred, maybe they're heading to you!
First pair JUST arrived!! I was standing in the barn and in they flew!! Chattering away now, as only they do :)
adorable!! huge congrats :)