Type: Posts; User: Sugarbrook
My guess is 16.1 or maybe 16.2
And.....being a hunter (pony) person I am drooling over his great trot!!!
Absolutely normal!! :D
Box stall, leave both loose. Baby usually rests and sticks right next to mom. I have never had an issue.
What about Olive Oil?? Anyone use that?
Any video posted yet?
The ponies here at Sugarbrook are all lined up wearing jingle bells, and doing their most impressive JINGLE dance for Franny!!! Keep us updated, you know we care.
One of my large ponies just had her #7 foal May 2014. This year she is 26. She is in perfect health, never had any problem getting in foal nor during the foaling process. She looks like she is 14...
I have used the "Seeds Please" basic for two of my ponies who were slow to shed their coats and just needed a boost as they were old. LOVE this product. I am just about to start one of my 3 yr...
Sumter Equestrian Center in Bushnell, Fl. (on Hwy 476). Easy drive, great facility, friendly staff and exhibitors. We take our youngsters to this show, and tons of beginners find many classes to...
Video won't open for me :(
As a long long time pony breeder, I say leave her be. Teaching some basic stuff is fine. Think about it this way......while she is young is the only time in her life she will be allowed to "just be...
I say go for it. Your pony is adorable, seems to move very well and jumps great. I think you need to do Childrens or the greens. Probably the greens would be less ponies and just as much fun. ...
I will be interested to investigate how many of the equine facilities that do foals will be using this technique. I am going to google more info on this. Amazing!!
Every reply is spot on!!
Ha Ha, someone gave me one of those wine bottle holders also. GAG!!
Of course, you know, I agree, Randee!!!
YES, I am currently doing that and have done it in the past. That is one of the reason I try so hard to keep in touch with those that bred a Sugarbrook Pony, or those that bought one from me.
Best thoughts for Norma. Its been quite a ride for her. Glad to see she is enjoying being home and under your care.
I will mix it up a bit more. This lovely mare is now at my farm (that Halfhalt spoke about) and has been bred to my small pony stallion. And so it goes...............we love our mares as much as...
She looks wonderful!! So happy for you, and your mare!!:D
We so the same as Daventry does. My vet has a computer program and she just has to plug in all of the numbers, each time. A paper is printed out that goes to the customer/ vet and we retain a copy....
The welsh pony website is down also.
What True Colours said..............spot on and my experience also.