Type: Posts; User: bugsynskeeter
I don't mind a 5 o'clock shadow or a nicely trimmed goatee. Anything more than that and I employ the "You don't shave...I don't shave" tactic.
Jeez - you never visited KY when I lived there! Good luck :)
This is my favorite one too. There is something just so raw about it.
As someone who has been in the QH breeding world, I'm not sure what category the OPs stallion would fit into.
He is speed horse bred, but not fast a runner - so there goes that market.
The New Bolton botulism antitoxin is several thousand dollars. There is a type b specific antitoxin that is only a couple hundred.
The supportive care for a botulism affected horse is the most...
I will SWEAR by GLC. It has made a huge difference in my knee and I am an active runner (~20 miles/week).
Unless testing has changed, it normally takes several weeks to culture botulism in a lab.
My "barn" colors (since I don't have a horse to show right now) is the color known as on sale. I prefer pink and black, but you can't pass up on a good deal.
lol - I know. Kinda like snakes! My friend used maggot therapy on a gnarly leg would recently and the difference in a few days was AMAZING!
I've never dealt with a clostridial myositis after it left the clinic, so no words of advice.
But don't hate on maggots so much - they aren't always a bad thing!
REG. NO. HORSE'S NAME COLOR SEX DATE FOAL ST
5229693 PEPS RAZZBERRY FIZZ RED DUN MARE 04/25/2009 FL
SIRE DAM MATERNAL GRANDSIRE
3003440 PLAYIN PEP 4481356 SHEZA LUCKY PISTOL...
Ahh - being a AQHA person and not an ApHC person, I just assumed King P-234. Mea culpa!
I guess with no saddle issues, I'd rule out HERDA.
I had a return shipped back to me within a week.
Poco Bueno's sire was King - who is listed as being in the pedigree of said horse.
I work on the Fairgrounds, so I'll be there on and off the whole time. will definitely be there for reining finals.
I was wondering if there was App or QH on both sides of her pedigree. Then I might wonder about HERDA.
Do you have her pedigree?
no, no, no - its practicing your equitation ;)
I am guessing you are referring to a leg ultrasound?
I know someone who tried out several horses, only to have them fail vettings. Since she was having to fly her trainer, her daughter, and herself to try these horses out, they started vetting them...
A good reproduction vet is the most important part of the equation.
Yes I saw the ad and posted a very negative opinion of it elsewhere. The way your quote sounded is that your DD was referring to all Rodeo girls as sluts on horses - which I take severe offense to.
Wow - that is rude. I doubt rodeo girls are any looser than girls in other aspects of the horse world.
The necking donkey we had loved working with the weanlings - if they don't like the weanlings we didn't use them. He was worth his weight in gold. And yes, we handled those cheap QH foals from day...