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Thanks for posting!
Thanks for your reminder!
Can't count the number of pigeon-toed horses that we know that have held up just fine so probably lots of other things to worry about!
I think so far, maybe siring like most of the well-known and well-used stallions? A lot of average with the occasional special one now and then.
The rider was Jessica Lynn Andersson I think.
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He was at a show recently with a Swedish rider and he was moving very well for her!
Some of the more extravagant young horses can seem to have a drop-off in movement with age, and some plain...
It would be a non-issue to me too. For breeding stock, I would expect it to produce more white markings in case that was a positive or a negative for some.
Thanks for posting that.
What ever happened to Primetime?
Wow, some of you are very lucky to be able to raise them so inexpensively!
Good news, fingers crossed for you!
Thank you for your update and all the best to you to during this difficult time.
So sorry for your loss. It's touching to read how much you loved her.
Definitely seen this over the years and it's not necessarily the rank ones so it can be surprising. We've seen it happen with the sweetest little guys. The easiest thing is just to castrate. Plus,...
Not to sound disrespectful, but some of this shows why the poor breeder/seller can't win for losing!
A sound five year old in work with clean joints certainly doesn't sound worrisome! Plenty of other things can go wrong if you need more to worry about, LOL!
Agree with this. I think the problem is does she have a club foot now? And if so, then it's no riskier for riding purposes than whether she had the surgery previously or not.
Great tire info, thanks!
Aluminum, but I think the top is fiberglass. Do you think that will make a difference? Thanks to everybody so far for their thoughts!
Super info, thanks!
Very interesting feedback on these, thanks!
Thanks cowboymom! That seems in line with what the feed suppliers were saying. It's an interesting topic and I thought that I could find the answer on the label of a bag of feed.
Thanks for the link! My feed suppliers said that they were getting people asking for organic feed recently, especially for their chickens, and I can't imagine the costs of that for horses if it were...