Type: Posts; User: Sparky Boy
I'll definitely have a vet check her out.
Has not done it under saddle as far as I know. She does not jump yet.
She's only 3 yrs old.
Just seems odd to me. Its not a full on pee but a pretty good gush - for lack of a better word ;)
Oh my.. yes possibly ;)
Weird mare question. I have a mare the pees when she's bucking (playing), but good hard bucks. I've never seen this before. Is this normal or indicative of a problem? I keep forgetting to ask my...
Never happen. Sorry. Will never be a division to accommodate short strided horses.
Jeez, I missed it again! :( Can the hunter over fences be viewed online anywhere?
I think you need another horse, don't bother showing him just send that old nag to me ;-)
What about inside? Anything more than a tray up top? Should I make it large enough to squeeze my saddle in?
Thanks! I'll have him add the wheels then :-)
Great! Thanks! :-)
I bought new but from an individual Oster Clipmasters. My blades say AU 84. How do I if these are fine or medium blades?
Looking for recommendations. Having a trunk built by custom cabinet maker.
Will only use for shows and I'll be the only one moving it around.
What's a good size for showing, dimensions? ...
When is the adult version of this? Would really like to watch the hunters jump.
Missed the live feed. Is it available to watch anywhere online?
Took this the other day. Walk-Trot 3x a week for 15+ minutes.
$900 for two???? Id expect to pay atleast that for one.
They are cute! :-)
For me, the long could be longer. The waist is a.little large but a good belt fixes that. Not for wearing in super hot weather. They are my current favorite for schooling.
Sorry, she normally has her head down - eating. I just took the pic when she and her girlfriend were giving each other a scratch.
What could cause this? Its enlarged on both sides. She was at rest, under a fan but temps were in 90s.
Should I be concerned?
My horses/barn are at home so this is going to be difficult.
Thanks. Fear was my first thought as well but friend was certain it was the jealousy thing.
Never seen a dog act that way. :(