Type: Posts; User: LoveJubal
Congratulations!! She's a pretty girl!
I hope you ladies have many years ahead to show together and be successful!
All about the Benjamin's... Just kidding
Ben there done that
These are my Random and quirky ones... Until we know more about him.
Definitely not $15000!!!
Maybe $5000 if he showed great potential...
Or.... You could spend less on Tredsteps or Ariats and then not be so disillusioned when you get 3 years out of them. That's what I did.
Coco Soya oil works wonders. Start with a pump and work your way up to the 4 pumps. 1 pump equals 1 ounce.
Half halt is key... Also, you may need to practice it on a smaller circle to prevent more steam rolling! That worked for me. Sit up tall and resist the faster canter with your body. Break him up hard...
Darren Owen of Indian Fields Farrier Service. He's excellent and does both of my boys! He's really good with the horses and does a great job. One has good feet and one, not so much.
Shipping is the main reason I avoid ordering from Dover. Although, if you call one of the stores, they will ship it much more reasonably, or even free. Weird, I know!?!
Let us know if they make it...
That's a gnarly wound!!
I'm sorry for you, but I'm very interested to see what products you end up using to heal this up. Please keep us posted on the healing progress and process. I would like...
Link doesn't work... Tell us about the horse and where he's from, what you plan to do with him, etc.
Very stiff behind, but there seems to be an explanation and an injury rehab. I would PPE for sure.
Good luck! Let us know if you get him.
A good chiro will do some body work if they find an area that is too sore or locked. Only use a certified chiropractor!!! Massage and acupuncture are great compliments to chiropractic work.
Waterford... It's less stable and the horse will have more trouble leaning on it.
My TB goes best in the Herm Sprenger Duo bit with the D rings.
I only have one helmet and I always wear my hair up, so I try it on with my hair up. Safe or not, that's the way it is...
Charlottesville and Keswick have some good options for you that would be closer... Some of the other posters can chime in with those recommendations. There are some options down here in the...
Ace in the Hole
Ace of Spades
Our Little place on Ace
I can't help but think of the Ace store jingle...
What about County? I'm very happy with mine, but I will say that I'm not dealing with a curvy back...
Perfect prep has worked really well for my gelding for just this same thing... The show miles have helped too, and the lessons and the training, but I needed something to knock the edge of his...
Coco Soya is the bomb! It's at Tractor Supply and is great for rounding one out but not making him hot.
He looks much much better. Good for you!
How about inspiration from Robert Frost? Traveler came to mind, but that was Robert E. Lee's horse... That might be too much Civil War for you.
Anyway, I like Cessna and First Frost. I'm into the...
I use the blade method too, but I'd shorten it with scissors to start. That should take some time off the job.
Definitely buy the made horse. Even if it has been schooling the height you want to show at, it's worth it. The schooling height horse would likely be cheaper than the show record horse at the same...