Type: Posts; User: Atlas Shrugged
I'll pray for you all - and your separated Akene
it is just so lame - this is def not a real horsemans site anymore - when is the last time any of these posters were actually "In" a publication of Chronicle of the Horse? Got rubber boots?
This is the part I don't get- if it's so "expensive" why leave it to freeze and melt in the trailer for a year?
Yer hilarious - brilliant!
"First, do no harm" - not a fan of opening up stifles to peak around- try it only as a very last result. They just don't quite come back from stifle surgery, in my experience
I am very insecure. ps if I did hear this question in our tack room I would take it as a signal to go ride my horse and stop listening to bullshit
This thread is still going ? OMG get a life
Is this thread for real?
why hit him and pull on the reins at the same time- unless she's trying to teach him to rear? karma, baby, karma
My friend lost her horse's fake tail on one of the jumps lol
I am shipping cross country with my wb in a 2+1 and am still on the fence about whether to make it into two box stalls and put the horse in rear stall and junk in front. No dressing room but use...
I think everyone who was offered a spot in the hunter divisions did attend. And as for scoring, it varies with judges so I would not go by score alone vis-a-vis quality of rounds. I enjoyed the show.
Buy Gastrogard - the same thing - on Ebay
Sia called.... she wants her hair back!
As for TC, the whole situation is sad as it is her last Jr year and casts an unfortunate shadow on her otherwise stellar "career"
I couldn't agree more - just makes NO sense that kids can ride for money and ammy's can't- And it does create some dicey situations for the jrs, no doubt. Especially in this business!
Thanks! Worried he'll get tossed around a bit, but I will trust you!
I am shipping my wb gelding to KY from New England to show. I converted my 4 Star 2+1 to a box stall in the back. Do I just put down bedding and let him stand free?
Stifles can be fixed with hill work- a little bute- and/or blistering and work immediately thereafter. You need to go forward, keeping them on outside rein, but always in the bridle. The footing...
I disagree. Ammys are watched pretty carefully- especially if they are trainers' or stable owners' kids- they cannot ride customers' horses - schooling or otherwise- at the show at least
My horse dentists suggest using either Tincture of Myrrh or Preparation H on the sore. The H works well in my experience
I have the wide-nosed Edgewood but I borrowed a friend's Dover Derby for awhile and it was similar to a Jimmy's when all broken-in - I liked both bridles - as for Edgewood, just avoid bridles with...
I have been through your situation with mr UNO and tried everything. I borrowed a saddle from Beval that was the most hideous thing I have ever seen - and the best fit for us both.
There is one on...
What's wrong with Glycerine? I love it