Type: Posts; User: Addison
Love that squirrel story.
I have one of those clear sheets of plastic shoe holders (that you would hang on a closet door) hanging up and I keep gloves, hair ties, and other things that get lost easily in the individual...
Berkeley is nice.
I like Dorian too.
I think latex gloves are permeable to regumate. Wear plastic gloves like the kind you find at gas stations or food handling places (bakeries...).
I have always used it once a day, as a top...
Black Gold and Snowman are favorites from my childhood.
Snip a piece off and have her put it in the pocket of her jacket when she shows.
Yes, he certainly got his dignity back. He seemed so grateful...as though he knew he was in good hands again.
I've been thinking about him lately with the terribly cold weather we are having...just like the day he came home to you.
I am so sorry to hear about Dux and I am sending you many, great big...
So very sorry for your loss.
There is a pretty famous High Cotton out there and First Mate as well.
Leviathon. (kind of got lost in the discussion that ensued!)
Jingles to your old guy. Hope he gets better soon.
Jill's place is close to the turnpike and would not be a bad drive actually.
Again, I never said 100% or virtually all health care costs may be attributed to insurance problems.
Those are your words, not mine.
The OP asked why certain drugs were much cheaper in...
Not quite what I said or suggested.
The "100%" and "simple " bit is yours.
I think the potential for lawsuits, whether actual harm has been caused by a product or not, account for some of the price differences. Pharmaceutical companies and other health care product...
Are you planning to use him in the jumper or hunter ring?
I like Pendragon (celtic for chief dragon) or Leviathan.
Definitely ride in a shadbelly for the finals! Ask around as you show this season and I bet someone will be happy to loan you one. Wearing a shadbelly to the finals adds to the excitement and glamour...
Has anyone used the Double K vac that the OP mentioned.? I was interested in that one too.
Maybe it's because most GP horse are 'fairly" sensitive and hate to touch any rail (which is why they jump so well) that it is effective.
I think rotational falls may be caused by a more serious...
Now that is what you call exuberance!!!!!
I misunderstood the OP and thought her trainer had her doing "walk jumps" therefore walking over them one step at a time.
I have to admit though, I would not want to trot a 4 foot jump...ever!
I'm surprised an eq class would require you to walk over a jump set at two feet when the jumper schooling specs only allow a 12 inch walk jump.
Lots of show sheen or vetrolin shine.
We have a communal tack room where I board and in fact I have never been at a barn with locked trunks. Sometimes a brush or fly spray will be borrowed but I have not had a problem with things being...