Type: Posts; User: merrygoround
Snowflake-The goodwill of owners such as these is worth nothing. They need to simply understand their options. Either give the horse what it needs to be comfortable, or send it over the bridge. So...
Since fine jewelry is made with both silver and gold in the same piece, and the fashionistas have said that it is fine to wear both together, why are you fussing over silver and brass? Start a fad!
Start with hoof testers on that hind foot. If it's not there then you may need a veterinarian's help to get a sensible diagnosis.
"From group 1 today at WEG Lyle and Wizard placed 7th overall with a 72%. Konyot and Calecto were 17th with a 69.643%.
Not bad for the US so far, and great job for Lyle and Wizard!!"--Blume Farm
No! the eyeball itself does not feel pain. The white spot alone is enough reason to call the veterinarian.
I vote for ulcer. I would invite the vet to look at it ASAP, he should have a visor with a magnifying lens and a loup.
My vote is for a fork lift. Check around with the local construction firms, you'd be surprised at who and what they know.
From what I can see, the controversy was created by Caroline. If someone else's horse is steadier and more consistent, in a high pressure situation such as this, it can make a difference between...
Massage this in daily, clears it up in 3-5 days . I used to recommend a combo of chlorhexidine, destin, and OTC cortisone cream. But this works as well or better for the same $$$.
Same program but with a Low Starch pellet. We split them on the seam into two parts.
Did you do ultrasound? Immediately after nerve blocking?
A friend had the sad experience of ultrasound being done twice, immediately after nerve blocks were done. The horse blocked on the inside...
Some amazingly good horses. I didn't keep an exact count, but I would estimate that only 5-6 riders actually looked like they belonged there.
Glad to hear that the dog left.
"##2. Stop focusing on where you can put the head and neck and focus instead on where you can put the rib cage.
Urging him more forward without singling out the rib cage does not get you straighter....
No they are not obliged, regardless, most do.
But frequently it comes down to not only the ability to work hard, but that of talent and attitude.
I have found that I must while holding with my core, keep my legs strongly on, and sit way up as I close my fingers. So you ride that last stride or two as collected as your horse can get at his...
I have found tht it is gnats, or black flies. So I thoroughly spray the tail from top to base and spray the underside. I also get their bellies and ears.
Fly spray. Some use a base that is irritating, and in other cases,it's just too much on one spot.
This is a call again and insist on having vet out. It sounds like lymphangitis, and is very nasty.
This is what I've always thought, and sometimes on CC you need every bit of sight you can get.
What impresses me was that there was not one "pile" in view. Potty trained too?
I think it is time to start charging upfront for the sales video. Or go for a copyright.
This. If you get any extra of the the mix, it makes rubber like balls to bounce.
I used to use a 3 part combo:
one part Desitin,
one part OTC cortisone
one part chlorhexidine cream
Then I discovered Equishield CK cream, and found it worked as well the C standing for...
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This is something I have observed, from a safe distance, over and over. I wonder if it's the same in other activities such as dog showing, car racing etc. Betcha it is.