Type: Posts; User: purplnurpl
Ya I wanted to work an X into somehow...like X marks the spot sort of thing.
I'm going to look at logolounge!
Bridle: dunk in water trough right after use,
saddle: in hot texas weather, have hose out and ready to use. Hose horse off immediately with tack still on,
take tack of and let air dry,
hard to comment unless we know what exactly is being fed and how much.
if it's ulcergard/gastrogard then it's horse dependent.
Some see a change within 2 weeks.
It took my OTTB a full month to show changed and a full 2 months to rid him of his ulcers from the track....
3 horse bumper pulls are not safe IMO.
2 horse only.
and when getting such a small trailer I would only go with steel so that it won't be too light.
light trailers bounce around too much....
if you have been working on this for 2 years then it's not going to be easy.
most likely you lack feel. And especially if you are not used to riding with contact--
it's a very difficult road.
My eventing bud is getting ready to cook up a logo for her place.
We are a little lost of ideas. She would like to incorporate horses into the logo somehow.
Her farm name is
On Your Marks Farm...
None of the above mentioned work for me. Pipers are the worst.
I use tuff riders ribbed. The low rise longs work great. Usually I can't wear longs because the long indication also adds,length to...
yup. that sounds good.
I have two friends who I feed for when needed.
Both pay me $50 a visit.
It's a 20 minute drive to and 20 min drive home. So the trips usually take me 1.5 hours.
I would prefer for a canter lengthening to be on the straight any day of the week!!!
I hate doing it on a circle. It's much harder to stay straight on a circle...and it's crucial to get...
Often when horses pull off front shoes they can irritate the collateral ligaments of the foot.
Try bute for a few days and see if he acts differently under saddle. Then you know if he's having...
it's 6 dozen in one and half in the other...
I sound like I'm high....
must be smoking whatever crack the writers for those tests were smoking.
Both training tests are utterly...
most people are clueless.
I even have friends who are clueless.
I am convinced that when people say they used the horsie stick with the level bubble they read the number at the top of the...
oh I didn't talk to him.
My mother works for the ENT that did my surgery. He's basically my PCP because all of my issues are always sinus and allergy.
When she went to work today she let him know...
well I have to go in tomorrow AM to have some sutures replaced.
So for those who asked me to please go see my doctor, CHECK! lol. It's in the books for tomorrow morning.
Ya the dizzies are...
I had a septoplasty and turbinate reduction on Friday. (so it's been 4 days)
I handled the surgery well. However, I think the anesthesia kicked my butt.
4 days out and I still feel like I'm in...
body therapies will help to an extent.
But what will help more will be to learn to work with the deficiencies rather than fix them.
No one is symmetrical. And no horse is symmetrical.
In regards to your intro vs. training decision.
I have always thought it a bit dumb to show in the intro (walk, trot) stuff.
I would be embarrassed to go out in public with a horse if...
my latest guy is a quick learner just like the poster above described.
He learns faster than me.
I picked him up off the track as a late 3 year old in need of significant shoeing care and ulcer...
you don't have any idea what kind of initial training this had either, right?
sounds like he was trained to do that trick early on.
I had a go with one who had been taught to buck when she was...
wow the 2 month old pic is awesome. soooo cute.
I'd throw out that 2 year old pic and never show anyone. lol.
I ONLY took pics of my kid at 3 days, 3 months, and 3 years. there are no other confo...
he sure is purdy. and he sure has a nice big butt
lol. because she figured that out on one ride.
Which means my rides are going to consist of boring and boring for a while.
She's less mature physically than she looks in the videos.