Type: Posts; User: lily04
My 2001 F-150 5.4 liter has 245,000+ miles on it 75% of that pulling a 2 horse gooseneck all over the east coast. Other than routine maintenance no major or expensive problems. I do feel the...
And some tracks offer health insurance if you have a certain number of starts per year.
I did go bat shit crazy on someone filling haynets with a lit cigarette in the barn. Next morning horses were gone. Oh well.
Chris was stabled in Maryland and Charlestown not Penn National. He ran quite a few at Penn.
He is back with his breeder. Living on a beautiful farm right near the Horse Park in NJ.
Which horse. They claimed a few last year just to retire them. They all went back to previous owners or breeders.
His last start was nearly a year ago at Charlestown.
But when you have to change a dozen or so blankets twice a day it's nice not to have to mess with leg straps especially when the snaps are caked with mud.
I love the Amigo Bravo 1200 D sheets and...
There are a variety of boot cuffs available at tack shops and department stores that would make up for the short height if you weren't looking for them to be dress boots. I've seen faux-fur and...
Or maybe this one. http://www.bigdweb.com/THOROUGHBRED-BRIDLE-COMPLETE-WITH-LOOP-END-REINS/productinfo/9565/
I just replaced both motors on my 30 year old Electro Groom. Ordered them from Centralvacuumfactory.com...
River Hills. Jimmy is a big supporter of racehorse retraining.
The spikes are not sharp but the bit is useless if the rider doesn't know how to use it. It is used for horses that either lug in or out. There is a spring inside of the bit and if the horse is...
http://www.equineessentialsdirect.co.uk/shop/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=2_73_60&products_id=2052 Brown Uninsulated Bromont Says they are a wax leather and In my older age I love the suede on...
Google will give you lots of information on the farm and it's past owners. Looks like George Hofmeister was the last owner but jumped in over his head into the breeding business.
How to preshrink wool http://off-the-cuff-style.blogspot.com/2009/08/how-to-pre-shrink-wool-fast-and-easy-at.html
I think for the difference in price the looser weave will work. http://www.dugdalebros.com/cloth-ranges/white-rose-sporting-tweed-and-tattersall-bunch-146a/
I'm using it to make a reversible vest so it should work. I found some decent yellow wool on ebay.
They still have a few here. https://shop.horsemensoutlet.biz/store/465050%21ERS/OVATION+LADIES+MELTON+HUNT+COAT
You can't beat the price either. Any that I have found in the past was $40 + per yard.