Type: Posts; User: isaidwhoa
Registered arabs are DNA'ed if I'm not mistaken. Or you could try sending her picture around. We found out about our rescue guy with his barn name and some pictures passed around a couple local...
Stalls are not assigned in my barn. If equine neighbors are not happy next to each other we reconfigure. Keeping stress to a minimum in the barn and pastures are my priority.
I had one once but it slipped out the door.
Oh, ouch! I am cringing thinking of the doctor digging around in your finger.
Hang in there with the weather spring is nearly here!
That was abeautiful tribute to a beautiful mare. :sadsmile:
You might consider opening a new bag of his regular grain to try. My older guy would turn up his nose at particular bags once in awhile. Just something to rule out that's quick and cheap.
[QUOTE=Thomas_1;4744548]I'm thinking that perhaps they don't like folks to start with presumptions and labels for their children.
Which I'm thinking is fair enough.
Thomas said it...
Some of the best lessons I've learned were all about what not to do. :yes:
Hang tight, be polite, move on when you can.
I've taught plenty of adult re-riders once a week when they were getting back into it and didn't have their own horse. Some people make very small improvements and others take giant leaps. It's an...
I'm the instructor and it's my barn. I had a gaggle of girls for the day ranging from six years old up to fifteen. We were all out yakking while I was bringing in two of our senior citizen horses. ...
I love my mare. She's sensitive and sweet but does have one or two "leave me the hell alone" days per cycle.
My vet once told me to always believe a mare if she said she was going to kick you. ...
Haha! That last part is great!
Good luck! :)
Nope, I wouldn't.
I just lost my 35 year old this year ultimately to EPM. He couldn't handle the treatments so we just managed the symptoms until the neuro stuff (especially tensing of the jaw and a far off look)...
Jingles for your boy from CT!
I use the Equips in my barn. They came in handy when my mare was whacked in the nose by the farrier's rasp (accident). I particularly like that the soft velcro part is left attatched to the halter...
34. Married to a laid back non-horsey guy who brings me coffee to the barn:yes:. I have a college degree (BA) but my career is with horses. I think spouses should help each other soar.
I have to agree with shireluver. Who is he to pee in your wheaties?
As long as you have parents who are willing to take on a horse and it's expenses and you have the time and knowledge to put...
I agree about the espm, epm, and Lyme tests. Add Ehrlichiosis (which is not really called that any more, I think it's anaplasmosis now?) to the list and I think you've got it covered. All of these...
That was an awfully vague statement attempting to label a large and varied group of people, IMO.
I know many women who ride. The vast majority of them have NO PROBLEM with communication.
There are no breeds that I don't like but there are some breeds who don't approve of me.;)
Anyone for kettlecorn?
Perhaps better he walked out without a word rather than stayed while spouting the words that would have come out of his mouth.;)
:yes: All better now. Thank you!
I was reading in bed the other night and Mr. isaidwhoa was sleeping peacefully.
Unfortunately, I was reading The Chronicles Of The $700 Pony.
Hi, Erin. I'm sorry, I didn't realize this had been moved. I'm using yahoo and I get kicked off of threads quite often. It seems if I've taken too long to write a response I have to re-log in. ...