The Chronicle of the Horse
MagazineNewsHorse SportsHorse CareCOTH StoreVoicesThe Chronicle UntackedDirectoriesMarketplaceDates & Results
 

Search:

Type: Posts; User: erinwillow

Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.23 seconds.

  1. Replies
    3
    Views
    484

    Thank you COTH eventing folks! :winkgrin: These...

    Thank you COTH eventing folks! :winkgrin: These are some great leads! I' ve also contacted some local contacts about the possibility of bringing him along further in his training, just in case;)
  2. Replies
    3
    Views
    484

    Where to market young event pony?

    Hello All,

    I usually don't post in this forum, but I've got a rising 4 year old purebred Connemara gelding (currently in the northeastern Indiana area--not too far from Chicago) that really needs...
  3. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,039

    Yes! Great suggestion :-) We've just named our...

    Yes! Great suggestion :-) We've just named our 2011 colt by *ArdCeltic Art: Willow's Art of Kells :winkgrin::winkgrin::winkgrin: He's gorgeous by the way hee hee.

    With regard to the prefix...
  4. Replies
    1
    Views
    142

    Help! Need an Equine Use Lease

    HI All,

    Am tickled to have one of our lovely boys off to a Hunter barn but would like to provide a decent "Use of Equine" lease. Does anyone have a good one that they wouldn't mind sharing? :)
  5. love names!! :winkgrin::winkgrin: Carlito! ...

    love names!! :winkgrin::winkgrin:

    Carlito! just says "cool" ;-)
  6. Replies
    12
    Views
    728

    As Secretariat mentioned, the "5 variety" mix was...

    As Secretariat mentioned, the "5 variety" mix was the most appropriate. I can't think of all five varities at the moment but Bluegrass was one as well as fescue (low %). We did go ahead and see our...
  7. Replies
    23
    Views
    1,633

    I just picked up some Purina Ultiuum Growth from...

    I just picked up some Purina Ultiuum Growth from our local co-op. I had good results with the Ultiuum for our stallion so thought this might be a good choice for our mare (in-foal--due in July). ...
  8. Replies
    12
    Views
    728

    Thanks to you both! We do actually have an...

    Thanks to you both! We do actually have an extension office pretty close by so I will ring them up :winkgrin: Pretty funny though, I had in mind a weekend project of sorts. . . as in THIS...
  9. Replies
    12
    Views
    728

    Thinking about seeding. . .

    our pastures. We live in southcentral Indiana (limetone, clay) and I have a few quesitons: a) WHEN would be the best time to seed? and b) what sort of seed should I spread? Any suggestions/advice...
  10. Replies
    13
    Views
    516

    oooh, pretty pretty :-) well done!

    oooh, pretty pretty :-) well done!
  11. I think there is room for quality, mannered, and...

    I think there is room for quality, mannered, and versatile ponies. We've sold consistently over the years to a variety of pony lovers young and "forever young" :winkgrin: I think key is inborn...
  12. Replies
    26
    Views
    1,645

    neat vid! :winkgrin:

    neat vid! :winkgrin:
  13. Definately drop the breeder a line ;) We love to...

    Definately drop the breeder a line ;) We love to hear how our 'babies' are doing in their new homes, even years after a birth! Also, you may be offered interesting photos of your horse/pony as a...
  14. Replies
    89
    Views
    6,289

    spppppffff!! :lol::lol: "Crabby Abby". . she...

    spppppffff!! :lol::lol: "Crabby Abby". . she bites! lol!

    I love all the names. . .keep them coming ;-)
  15. That little gelding is a doll! I'm posting the...

    That little gelding is a doll! I'm posting the link again (directly to the horses) so that either his breeder or someone can save him.
    ...
  16. Replies
    89
    Views
    6,289

    Just for Fun: Best Pony Names Ever!

    Why not? I need a chuckle or two :winkgrin:

    1. Buster Perriwinkle (dun going grey pony)
  17. Replies
    63
    Views
    4,593

    She's as cute as can be! If you can wait about...

    She's as cute as can be! If you can wait about two years then I have the perfect husband :winkgrin: http://www.willowrunconnemaras.com/Ashes.html

    In the meantime, excellent suggestions all...
  18. Replies
    8
    Views
    698

    Hi all, Well it's raining and ALL I WANT TO DO...

    Hi all,

    Well it's raining and ALL I WANT TO DO IS BREATH IN THAT SMELL!!! :winkgrin: Seriously if someone can actually bottle that, they're looking at millions ;-)

    Bluey, thanks for the La...
  19. Replies
    8
    Views
    698

    My pastures have turned to dust. .

    anyone else? I don't remember it being so dry in the last few years. . .

    Any Farmer's Almanac readers out there--should this be telling me something about the kind of winter we're going to have...
  20. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,785

    I am *so* late with this thread. . apologies. ....

    I am *so* late with this thread. . apologies. . .but I did notice mention of a Connemara stallion. GAeventer, are you referring to: Grey Haven Collin O'Patrick?? I know that Hollymead Farm used...
  21. Replies
    12
    Views
    948

    goodpony, I agree, those Irish foals are very,...

    goodpony,

    I agree, those Irish foals are very, very large (and beautiful btw :winkgrin:0. You might be right about them only 'appearing' larger and not necessarily more aged yet I find this...
  22. Replies
    12
    Views
    948

    Thanks for all the responses, so what, if any are...

    Thanks for all the responses, so what, if any are the pluses to keeping a foal on any longer than 6 months???
  23. Replies
    6
    Views
    727

    hilarious--'the foal has the gettings of ass'...

    hilarious--'the foal has the gettings of ass' lol!!!!!

    On a serious note, love the little fillies 'racing stripes' :winkgrin:
  24. Replies
    12
    Views
    948

    How long do you keep a foal. . .

    at his/her dam's side if you don't have to wean ,due to a sale or injury, or it just 'being time' etc.?? I ask because we've had several that we've separated at or about 6 months but then I was...
  25. Replies
    10
    Views
    625

    Thanks for the reassurance dr j I must trust...

    Thanks for the reassurance dr j I must trust that my Vet really does know what he is doing and that Ms. Gypsy was in a cooperative mood. Actually, they mentioned that they had a 17h warmblood...
Results 1 to 25 of 250
Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4