Type: Posts; User: TouchstoneAcres
I will haul to a local clinic about 10 miles away. This is one I don't use for my own vet needs so there is no conflict. I would haul locally, but only if I can get off work and the appointment...
My 22 year old had foals in 2007, 2008 and this year. She has a B uterus. I wouldn't worry. A year off can be good for her. This year's is wonderful too!
I'd be more concerned about the age of the child and her supervision especially if she did something unsafe or were hurt in some way especially if you weren't there
I second Dancing With The Stars
Our commutes are 38 and 65 miles one way. You have to give something up to get a nice farm while you're young enough to work it. We looked 18 months and saw the tradeoffs and picked one.
You can insert shims underneath the saddle under the panels where it bridges via the channel. See if it helps. Try cardboard to begin with.
You have some great suggestions already!
Far and Away
Land of Make Believe
Far From Heaven
I heard you! I was wondering that myself. I have a 2 week old bay filly with a light muzzle.
I have sold to Saskatchewan, Canada and New Hampshire -- you aren't so far! There aren't too many breeders on hte east Coast but you can look in NY at Walzing Horse farm and there's one in CT. See...
Since I breed Lipizzaners I am going to be biased towards them:) You can find breeders in the registry directories:
You will be 2 hours from the VA Horse Center in Lexington, VA.
Lots of big shows there. You won't be too far some cities in TN and NC that may have shows. Other than that check the national...
Having a rare breed, the stallions popularity would be last on my list and undesireable in fact. I try to achieve diversity in the bloodlines and most mare owners would flock to one popular...
A Lipizzan must be purebred Lipizzan and there is only one international standard for that. I can use any countries mare that has an internationally accepted pedigree. Beyond that I look to...
primary--US Lipizzan federation
occasional-AQHA and ISR/OLDNA
K~2 very cute foal! My mare is at 342 and seems in no hurry. She is normally 332-337 but not this year. This is my only QH mare in foal to a reining stallion. She is at the vet's so I can sleep.
I tried that site just now. It's very slow. I entered a breed (Lipizzan) in the search box and got no responses. I entered broad search criteria for horses up through TL 14h-16h and got a handful,...
1) Field boots, black, size 9 1/2 XW calf, used a couple times - leather uppers, manmade soles. Ā
2) Miller's black show coat size 14R, lightly used.
How about a black Lipizzaner? See below and also on the web site's left menu Penny's Shadow, a movie in which he starred, and Apassionata, a traveling show in which he performed. I have excellent....
Don't the BWP stallions have to submit xrays to keep their approval?
Old horses just lose weight? Well mine started to then I changed to Triple Crown senior feed. In 2010 she was 1115 lbs. and she is now 1235 lbs. at age 25, a 16h TB. I'm not doing anything...
Don't freak out. My bay had a growth on her tail that was malignant. It was removed and she has been fine. That was around 1999 and she is a healthy 25 now and had foals. Malignacies in horses...
I agree! I buy horse, sheep and dog supplies there.
I have narrow feet and a devoil of a time finding dress boots, muck boots and even shoes to fit. Why do manufacturers think eveyone has fat feet? It is possible to have a wide calf and small narrow...
Don't the SOs give you post thaw statistics? I do.... Of course things happen in transit but situations of continual issues should be knowm and documented to the buyer.
As a breeder, I have babies' teeth looked at as weanlings just to be handled, then wolf teeth removed at 1 or 2 before they ever wear a bridle. The young horses are checked by the dentist whenever...