Type: Posts; User: fourmares
I think a lot of the top horses were difficult as young horses (not all of them, of course).
Hard to say until her baby coat sheds out.
Yes, if there is adequate bedding
I didn't understand the scale on the last question. I may have answered it wrong. Not sure if 1 is most uncomfortable and 4 is least uncomfortable or the other way around
Suck it up and break them in. You will not die and they will drop.
First thing that came to mind is Lizard.
Who wouldn't recognize that face?
I think she's hideous... You should hide her at my barn to save yourself from embarrassment! ...seriously, She's lovely.
I've been told that at night it is easy to just pick them up out of their nests, stuff them in a bag and sell them for food. Some people like to eat them. Others like to use them to train bird dogs.
Invest the money in a flat free tire. I think they are 35 dollars at my local Tractor Supply. A replacement wheel and tire is about 20 and just the tire with a tub is between 10 and 15.
Tractor Supply sells a Dumor corn free. I think it's Advantage. I don't know if it's low NSC, though.
I love my Double Ks. Mine are over 20 year old and still work great. The motor is belt mounted since I used to clip professionally.
I hear there's something new available that is better than Tildren.
I'm almost certain that is a Tractor Supply. It was probably part of an event... You'd be surprised how many TSC have had horses in them
I have one I'd be happy to sell you
Man, I need to google before I post. Willow Pond is natural horsemanship now...
Check Glenwood Farms and Willow Pond. They used to be o.k. (but I haven't been in Santa Cruz in 25 years)
Gilroy and Hollister are an hour drive without traffic
Just checked, she moved to Southern California
Is Penny Whaler (Waller?) still around?
I can't even talk anyone into getting one mine... Of course my TB mare just bucked me off and my gelding has no sense of humor... But...
Depends on the trainer, but no longer than it would take to train the average horse for the same thing
It simply depends on the horse. Some horses go in their stalls (regardless of bedding) some go outside, so go whereever they are when they need to go. I do think ib general attached runs do save...
I saw a few on Facebook the other day. I think the page was Hunter jumper event horses pony nor. California for sale free advertising... But you might check on Brenda's tack warehouse to be sure.