Type: Posts; User: TheTwinTiersHorse
Apparently, the first thing to do is become overly excited and worried.
That will help immensely.
They are a cute pair! It looks like the bridle is in the pony's eye, though. It might be just a trick of the camera, but you might want to double check it.
Where is he located?
In my observation, this type of phrase is used so often that I have started to see it as a kind of BS. I would want a little more information about why the horse is for sale in this case, without...
I heard recently that some wealthy Chinese are buying rare and exotic pets like crazy.
I buy feminine protection to use as leg bandages. They are come in a variety of sizes and thicknesses, some are "no stick," and they are cheaper than big square bandages. Since I haven't needed...
I just got the DNA/breed results back on my mustang and decided to host a DNA guessing contest. Details on the blog in my signature.
Here you go. I found this link after hearing an interview with Elisa.
My mustang's hair is already there and I'm awaiting the results!
Scroll down. The mare is third from bottom and a cute gelding is the last one.
I love COTH. Only here could we get nearly 30 posts about horses eating bananas, and even enjoy a close-up of a horse eating a banana. :)
Now I have got to try bananas on my mares.
I'm not really sure what type of info you're looking for, but I use the Lightrider bitless bridle on my half-draft mare. She's somewhat heavy both in a bit and bitless, but she is cooperative...
I love how willing they are to try new things, and then how they seem to think about what they learned during their downtime, so when you bring them back out, they show you, "Look! I got this!"
Bought my net at the company in the link above.
Bluey, is your real name Loretta Lynn? :)
OP, have fun with your mule!
The trainer says that THIS is why he is reluctant to ride strange horses at his clinics (I can't help but contrast this with George Morris).
It seems to me that Mr. Vogt's training methods...
I made some super-simple slow hay feeders using watering troughs and hockey net. You can see them in use in my blog (link in signature).
If anyone wants specific "how to's," let me know.
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like there's a lot going on. I write a blog for that very purpose, and there doesn't seem to be any formal events this weekend except in PA.
You can check my...
Hudson, forever. She's the main horse in my blog header, in my signature line.
She was a PMU baby that I brought home at age 6 months, trained her (and she me) and now ride and pamper the heck...
Mine is pretty specific to the area where I live, but I also blog on horsekeeping in general. The link is in my signature.
I love him! He could be my horse's bigger brother.
Yes, I'd have a lameness exam done. Sounds like her front feet hurt to me, and she's found a way to shift her weight off them.
I have had great luck with SmartPak.
I was also so happy with My Draft Horse Super Store and the great show halter they made for my half-draft that I mentioned them in a blog post: ...
Seriously? A newly identified knee ligament? After how many thousands of dissections and surgeries, they suddenly find a new ligament? And they couldn't do this BEFORE my ACL surgery?
I'm not sure where you are located, but I just wanted to mention: Here in the NY/PA area, it always took until November for me to find out the hay I bought out of the field in July or August had been...