Type: Posts; User: airhorse
We have a Jamco 3+1. It is 8' wide and would only fit small horses as a 3+1, it is very comfortable as a 2+1. It has three positions for the divider(s) and can very easily switch back and forth. ...
McHenry County has one of the highest horse populations in the country and excellent train service to the city.
After you get on, the last thing you want to do is move away from the mounting block. Spend a lot of time there at first so your horse's expectation is to stand there and get scratched or just hang...
Generator or gasoline powered pump...
Don't miss this opportunity to work with Martin in a very small group. 4 days of horsemanship at its finest.
Auditor and riding spots available.
Go to www.karmikacres.com for more information...
Make sure you have good access off the gable ends of the buildings as the eve access can go away very quickly with snow coming off the building.
Ditto, we have had both 4 Star and Jamco. The Jamco makes the 4 Star look like junk...
You will have no regrets with any of the aforementioned trio.
My experience has been the diesel will be worth as much or more at trade time as the upgrade price.
Paint with whatever works, use the brush for precision or to touch up areas you missed with your legs or seat.
100% wrong, there is a red trailer that appears if there is a fault, or the trailer plug is disconnected.
I have seen plenty of riders that cannot even ride on a loose rein.
Find another trailer to plug into your truck, and another truck to plug into your trailer. Should at least tell you where the fault is. Poor ground can cause lots of issues.
Bump it out 12', 4 stalls with dutch doors on same side with 8' overhang full length.
Yes, the McHenry County UDO was going to make it virtually impossible to have any type of shows or clinics at equine facilities.
I don't remember all the stipulations, but it would have required a...
A 6 horse LQ needs something way bigger than a 450...
The next county over was close to zoning horse facilities into oblivion until we all spoke up. We have one of the largest horse populations in the country. The county board was clueless as to the...
Have the same truck, with the original motor. So far we love it. I would recommend an ESP plan, especially with the motor replacement.
Shop around for the ESP as we found up to 3K price...
Do not add pressure when the horse is backing out, it only makes them back out faster.
It would need a slope on the inside to get the hay towards the opening, otherwise it will just end up with a hole eaten out of it.
WI, but he is fabulous also.
Unless there is something inside to push the hay forward, this will not work very well.
I'm either at work in the air, or home on a horse.
Have you tried soaking them in water and then letting them air dry?
I always ride with the string around their neck, I use it occasionally.
I catch, lead, groom, and tack up with just the string on them.
Do it all the time with a 1/4" string. Love it because it lets the horse place his head where he needs it for balance. Also lets me see where the horse wants / needs his head for balance.