Type: Posts; User: Zwarte
I think you might be very unhappy with a cart that low to the ground. It would be difficult to see where you are going and the view would be largely horsebutt.
What do you use as a cue for cantering?
They look like any other liverpool on the outside. Are judges looking inside mouths?
Years ago, I read on this forum about a natural wood treatment that was non- toxic.
I tried it and very much liked the results.
This is it: http://www.valhalco.com/index.php
Here's your friesian - quarter horse crosses
And here's what they look like:
I would like to like dressage but I have seen too much dressage with the horse tense and unhappy, showing it in the ears, body and wringing tail.
I love to watch my Morgan horse drive. He has...
I have a theory that when my horse is shod that he finds it more difficult to keep his balance in my trailer. I have ridged rubber mats over wood.
We travel long distances so the floor can get...
Wendy Ying has a Pacific Smart Cart for sale for $2500.
I hope you have some of that Texas oil money - they are asking $28,500 for that well trained horse.
I share a sad about your mare.
That has been my thought too. I'd rather have a vigorous fan a-fanning flies away than constant insecticide spritzing.
I realize that pyrethrins are considered to be less noxious than some other...
I googled teratoma. Took my appetite right away.
I have been trying to both get my pony's body straight and drive in a straight line and having very mixed success with it.
He seems to want to hang his head to the right and if I straighten him...
I am surprised you haven't inquired into the local undocumented alien set. Have found outstanding horsemen in that group.
Perhaps you should advertise en espanol.
Sounds like you are doing the right thing by experimenting with different bits.
For what it's worth, I use a myler comfort bit with liverpool cheeks - like this:
I recently purchased a wonderful Morgan gelding in Iowa (Cadeuceus/Wyoming Flyhawk breeding) and brought him home where Morgans are a rarity. I am so happy with him. He is all solid black, chunky...
I used to haul my carriage in the back of a pickup truck that also pulled my horse trailer. It was very difficult to get the carriage in and out of the pickup truck bed and I must have burned...
If I didn't already have a brenderup, I would seriously consider this one. Made by Fautras, the carriage rides in front of the horse compartment.
After looking for an old style morgan for many months, I finally lucked into a 15 hh black gelding who is a joy to me. He loves his job as a driving horse but is perfectly willing to be ridden and...
also - I could so much see your little red mini attached to one of these
Hmmm. One of my facebook friends just posted a photo of a roof seat break that is new to him. Now I am wondering if it came from Martin's sale.
Here's an outfit that specialized in mini tack.
bluey - it is a double axle.
Cowboymom. you said what I wanted to hear. I hope this horse will get over it.
I love living out in a remote area but gee, the roads are rough.
I have had a horse refuse to get back into my horse trailer after leaning, bouncing and lurching slowly down these roads. Less...
Has anyone had any luck with diatomaceous earth?
This is a quote from a comment on a google search:
I've had all kinds of trouble with brown dog ticks for a number of years. In the summer my...
Glad to help.