Type: Posts; User: barnmaven
FYI,I just let my great Rolex camping spot go. If you hurry, you may be able to snap it up.
One of the best quotes I remember from a trainer is, "Good teaching is articulating a feel."
Bumping this thread to see if there is more current info
Aside from the local supplier, who seems very high, is anyone aware of a supplier for 2x tongue and groove lumber. What should I expect to pay?
Perhaps we can coordinate this?
I'm looking for a ride from Ft. Collins Co. to NC.......
The only shipping I've been involved with has been up and down the east coast. I'm now looking for a ride from Ft. Collins Colorado to NC. Any suggestions?
In my old barn I had mats in the stalls, but one stall had these http://www.acfenvironmental.com/equustall.html. I wasn't very fond of them. Maybe it was the way they were installed. They were...
Are we talking about the smaller interlocking mats sold at TS, or a 4x6 interlocking?
Interlocking vs. 4x6's .....Any opinions?
Amen to that!!!!! Amen to all of that!!! Although my word is squishy.
If you have a horse that leans on the gate at feeding time, they will shortly put a bow in it. We needed to keep small critters so we wired 2' "No climb" to the gate.
For those of you that have one. Is there a product out there that wirelessly transmits to the house? We have a driveway alarm that works this way, but I can't seem to find a smoke alarm .
I've had the dubious honor of having my horse slip and get her legs stuck under the trailer with a step up. With the help of adrenaline my trainer literally pulled her out. I'll never own a step...
I'm interested in getting feed back on what type of faucets (hot and cold) you've used in your wash racks. Also other input on your wash rack in general. What you love and/or what you hate and...
In the planning staging of new barn. :winkgrin: Aside from, FarmTek, any suggestions for other sites to check out?
A course map ahead of time!!!! What a great idea!!!!!!!
I've always hated this and someone on another thread mentioned this seems to be the trend. We only had a half hour to walk our course this weekend. If you go around once with your trainer and try...
With age and gravity the "boob" measurement isn't so accurate.
I found the NF Soft Grip reins VERY slippery when wet. Fine in other conditions, maybe a little "mushy".
I have the Pikeur Skarlett in navy and love it. Looks great for both dressage and show jumping.
It was XC. Coop to coop
My last run novice had a 30' 2 stride. Most people had to trot in or pull their horses teeth out. Doesn't do much to encourage forward confident riding.
I think you can pretty much figure on 90-95 degrees at either venue...90+ seems to been the norm for the weather in the Southeast these days.