Type: Posts; User: Dezi
I have one that might fit the bill. He is a 12yo TB (but the most non-motivated TB on the planet). 17 hands, sound, good feet and bone, the same horse whether ridden daily or thrown out for a...
Help needed from the collective COTH peeps.
I am looking at a horse that is doing the HUS and would be moving him to eventing. Any upsides or down sides to doing this? I have not seen him in...
Robby Johnson - this one is screaming your name!!!
He looks ready to trot down the lane at Rolex!!
"He, he" (in my best Bevis and Butthead voice) - you said "climax"!! :)
Not in Dallas, but Meg Ferguson in Tulsa, OK is excellent! Your horse would be trained by Meg, and spoiled by her mom!
I have never "padded" the blocks, the poles don't seem to move very much, or maybe my guy does not hit them hard enough to make them move. I have used these with landscape timbers also, with the...
JP60 - concrete blocks are your friend!!
Plus moving them around will build upper body strength (or strain your back, you choose!).
Since we have some extras from a construction project, these...
I did those hedges (if indeed they are the same ones, up by the Steeplechase barn) way back in the day(before the turn of the century!). Walked a forward three - Jack the wonderhorse did them in...
Smart Pak model should work ok. I tried it on over my CO vest, and made the adjustments to get it tight. The plastic is pretty flexible, and did not rub me anywhere (at least not while standing...
I always thought that the most beneficial part of the poulticing was the hour spent hosing and massaging the legs to get the blasted stuff off!
Since my current guy lives out 24/7, I tend to just...
I have a Smart Pak one arriving today - will let you know later on the fit, quality etc.
I needed it for MTPC in October, and we needed new winter jammies for a new pony. It was cheaper than...
If Purp and I were not so tall (and so far from DE), we could cage fight for her!
She is very cute - needs to be in an eventer or dressage barn!
Will Faudree would fit your needs too!
I had one with similar symptoms (except he was not an alpha, so was at least pleasant about it!). Once the chip was removed, one month stall rest, one month postage stamp turn out (he was cantering...
Frugal - wine bottled in just about any year (or month for that matter) would be the best prize evah!!! :)~
I qualify for the AARP division, if I ever can get the time to make it to a horse trial!
Between a full time job, 3 kids too young to drive yet, house and farm work I might get to one yet this...
empty two horse going from Memphis to Michigan on June 8th. Let me know if you need a ride!
What a cutie! If only she were a little closer, she would be at my barn! I bet she will grow a bit too, but if she really is 15.3, she would still be a good size. :)
I am coming to learn that mule peeps are a bit crazed!
Am glad Copper found a good home - it is amazing that when he was for sale there were no takers, but now that he is free, the...
OK - I knew it was a stretch, but did not want Reed to feel so all alone! :)
Zara's off the market.
Oh Skippy - not liken you for stealing my horse!!! (just kiddin'). I hope he is all that and a bag of chips for you all! :)
But this one is double yummy - why are all the big-uns so far away!
Sent you a PM!