The Chronicle of the Horse
MagazineNewsHorse SportsHorse CareCOTH StoreVoicesThe Chronicle UntackedDirectoriesMarketplaceDates & Results
 

Search:

Type: Posts; User: 2enduraceriders

Page 1 of 9 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.03 seconds.

  1. 35+ years shoeing and trimming. The only "sole"...

    35+ years shoeing and trimming. The only "sole" I remove is right along the edge of the hoof wall just to be sure when the horse is standing on a flat surface there is no weight bearing on the sole,...
  2. Replies
    15
    Views
    756

    We took on a horse almost as bad. He was just...

    We took on a horse almost as bad. He was just freaked over a rider. Had to pretty much just sit on him through whatever he did and not touch the reins. I played passenger for a number of rides...
  3. Replies
    124
    Views
    8,571

    This I agree with! Dealing with her, again,...

    This I agree with! Dealing with her, again, seems downright idiotic and until now I would have thought you had common sense. Deal with the maker. You get a saddle right away and no more lies and...
  4. Replies
    10
    Views
    273

    Will, as the others have said, guarantee with it...

    Will, as the others have said, guarantee with it "working itself out" that it is a lack of ground. Check to see if whoever did your wiring put a ground wire on the trailer. Without one the wiring...
  5. Replies
    34
    Views
    1,618

    We have a 17 yr old that is sound, would you like...

    We have a 17 yr old that is sound, would you like him? Almost all our horses stay sound even to their 30's! Even the "old" mare with bows I bought for my daughter when duaghter was 5 was moving...
  6. YES! Find out what was used and when. Some weed...

    YES! Find out what was used and when. Some weed killers carry over for 3+ years. You will often get a pasture to start and at about 2" high it will all die.
    Do the corn stubble have any weeds...
  7. View Post

    <<<<mild case of Lyme>>>
    Sorry but there is no mild case. He either has it or he does not. My guy was "successfully" treated for lymes years ago. 3 years later he had to be put down for liver...
  8. Replies
    3
    Views
    120

    I owned one for about a week. Beautiful saddle,...

    I owned one for about a week. Beautiful saddle, highest quality leather. As soon as I added leathers there was a terrible lump under my leg. Horrible position for the stirrup bars. Sold it on ebay...
  9. I agree! Everyone's idea of good veterinarian...

    I agree! Everyone's idea of good veterinarian care varies. Veterinarian care should be an owner decision. Not a beginner or novice or child's decision. An owner may be willing to put thousands...
  10. Years ago I traded a 1500 young gelding for a...

    Years ago I traded a 1500 young gelding for a broken down bowed tendon old part arab mare. It was the very best investment I ever made. The mare kept my daughter safe and willingly would walk, trot...
  11. Replies
    12
    Views
    506

    I would check that the fence has a really good...

    I would check that the fence has a really good ground so she gets a full shock. Sometimes if the ground is frozen the ground rod needs to be deeper.
  12. Replies
    12
    Views
    506

    I am sorry. My first thought is that there is a...

    I am sorry. My first thought is that there is a major problem with fencing if your BO cannot contain a mare.... :confused::confused:
  13. There are times I hate my connection, the first...

    There are times I hate my connection, the first time I tired the link I got a Steve Earl song...ok, I like Steve Earl, next time I got an error. Finally got it and I would need the saddle placed on...
  14. When the feed company is paying for all the care...

    When the feed company is paying for all the care and veterinary treatment why not try to save some?
  15. Replies
    35
    Views
    1,931

    Has his grain mixture been changed or anything...

    Has his grain mixture been changed or anything added to it?
  16. Yes huge difference. I will take the untouched...

    Yes huge difference. I will take the untouched horse anytime!!!! In fact, my daughter is working on the 10th one she has trained. A 1/2 arab 1/2 saddlebred mare who was slightly halter trained at...
  17. View Post

    <<<<I had the farrier come to trim him but he was aggressive and moved into the farrier when he tried to pick up his hoof.>>>>>
    Why is everyone ignoring this? This is a huge red flag that tells me...
  18. Replies
    529
    Views
    39,790

    What does the post about Lymes have to do with...

    What does the post about Lymes have to do with anything?
  19. Replies
    8
    Views
    744

    View Post

    <<<equine protozoal myopathy>>
    This would be my guess. Have you had her tested for EPM? Have you tried the simple tail pull test?
  20. Replies
    25
    Views
    1,629

    So sorry, it looks like the best thing to do is...

    So sorry, it looks like the best thing to do is the last thing anyone wants to do.......
  21. Replies
    17
    Views
    795

    He looks so nice under saddle! I think he is...

    He looks so nice under saddle! I think he is going to be really really nice once his muscling catches up to his under saddle movement.
  22. Good news!!!!

    Good news!!!!
  23. Replies
    11
    Views
    749

    There is nothing complex about this problem at...

    There is nothing complex about this problem at all. You have done an excellent job of training. <<When i try to turn him around to go the other way he just throws his head up and continues on...
  24. Replies
    15
    Views
    394

    What are you using for bedding and what type of...

    What are you using for bedding and what type of hay is he getting?
  25. Wow, I have to agree with others. Give the horse...

    Wow, I have to agree with others. Give the horse away to someone who will take the time to shoe all 4. I, like others, would take him in a heartbeat. As others have said if he is moving well and...
Results 1 to 25 of 220
Page 1 of 9 1 2 3 4