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    First a BIG HUG & THANK YOU for adopting a senior...

    First a BIG HUG & THANK YOU for adopting a senior pup.
    Have you contacted an Eastern Medicine vet? Mine has made a huge difference in my senior. Also chiro & accupuncture have helped a lot.
  2. Please, call Jo at Mobile Horse Supply. Her...

    Please, call Jo at Mobile Horse Supply. Her coats, short, long & vests are out of this world gorgeous. Perfect weight materials, beautiful colors & trims & all custom made to your measurements. Fast...
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    As they get older they sometimes have to pee more...

    As they get older they sometimes have to pee more frequently. The long night hours in a crate can be stressful if she has to go.
    Also, why font you just let her sleep on your bed or beside it? If...
  4. Well fine! I hope no one from the US is buying...

    Well fine! I hope no one from the US is buying any horses from him either.
  5. An update of mine now on Nutrena feeds: my...

    An update of mine now on Nutrena feeds: my seniors, 21 & 28 are looking much better on their Proforce Senior than they did on Wellness Senior. The others, 11, 3, & 2 yrs are on Empower balance with...
  6. We have a saying about helping people now,...

    We have a saying about helping people now, whether on the road or if they are at the door; "they might be Jesus or Ted Bundy"! Be on the defensive always, NEVER open your doors even in broad daylight...
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    Don't do it! It has been proven over & over again...

    Don't do it! It has been proven over & over again to greatly increase colic risks. If you can get something else, say Timothy or orchard grass use that instead. I know lots of people do feed it but I...
  8. All of mine, from foals to elderly, love the opti...

    All of mine, from foals to elderly, love the opti zyme.
  9. Need names of dressage trainers & boarding barns in Raleigh, NC area.

    I have a friend who is moving to the Raleigh area. She has super big & sometimes opinionated young Hanoverian gelding. She's wanting a top barn & trainer & I'm not sure who's up there.
    Any ideas...
  10. I believe he's in TX right now for the mustang...

    I believe he's in TX right now for the mustang makeover.
    Horrible abuse.
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    I'm one who doesn't feed any of the Bermuda hays....

    I'm one who doesn't feed any of the Bermuda hays. I've had problems & it wasn't from bad management.
    Timothy is so expensive that a couple of years ago I called around & talked to surgeons. I was...
  12. My 28 yr old gelding has a very swollen sheath....

    My 28 yr old gelding has a very swollen sheath. Sometimes it gets almost basketball sized. His blood work has shown him to be mildly anemic. He gets iron supplement daily in feed. This has helped his...
  13. If you're only taking 2 horses it's easy to take...

    If you're only taking 2 horses it's easy to take an ATV plus hay, feed & supplies in a 2+1. Of course I know if your heart is totally set on the head to head, I understand. Plus the H+H will have...
  14. I actually love to see shagyas in a warmbloods...

    I actually love to see shagyas in a warmbloods pedigree. Love that they tend to give a gret roundness to conformation & movement.
  15. I think a big part of the problem is geography....

    I think a big part of the problem is geography. Our riders & their horses aren't immersed in the top shows like the Europeans are. Let's face it, being in that European atmosphere raises the bar on...
  16. I had a shagya that I bought in 1987. He was...

    I had a shagya that I bought in 1987. He was bought at the Elite Hanoverian auction in Germany. His mother was old d-line breeding & his sire was a famous shagya, Czardas. Super mover but one tough...
  17. COLIC RULE #1: I ALWAYS call the vet. I'm 3 hours...

    COLIC RULE #1: I ALWAYS call the vet. I'm 3 hours from nearest vet hospital. But even if I was next door I'm not about to treat any colic lightly. I never give banamine due to masking the pain. ...
  18. I want to add also that feed companies are...

    I want to add also that feed companies are posting starch levels but most aren't posting SUGAR levels, the combination of which is the NSC level. So the feeds that say low starch might be super high...
  19. I spoke to trainers yesterday who still use good...

    I spoke to trainers yesterday who still use good old Safe Choice. They are wonderful horse people & have started 3 of my youngsters, buying one of them. My horses looked great with them as did all...
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    Check out what Jo can do for you at Mobile a...

    Check out what Jo can do for you at Mobile a Horse Supply. She's done the most gorgeous coats & vests. Best out there.
  21. I get mine from Standlee Hay in Valdosta, GA....

    I get mine from Standlee Hay in Valdosta, GA. They provide a lot of hay to your area. They used to deliver you a trailer load & pick up the empty trailer. Guessing they still do that. Fabulous...
  22. I've used those for years in the barn but only if...

    I've used those for years in the barn but only if I'm there. I have a fear of the belt breaking, fan overheating & catching fire. Great to cool off horses IF YOU ARE THERE.
  23. I can't say enough good things about the...

    I can't say enough good things about the insulation in my trailer. Totally insulated walls and ceiling is a must have for me here in the south. What a difference for the horses. First trailer I've...
  24. What vehicle do you take to shows to haul supplies & ride around in?

    Golf cart, bike, scooter, etc. ?
    I'm looking for something smaller than golf cart that will fit in trailer better.
  25. This thread reminds me of an article I read...

    This thread reminds me of an article I read several years ago in Western Horseman magazine. It was about how several ranchers kept a large number of stallions together thru the winter. I believe...
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