Type: Posts; User: Cruise1
I"m interested too- hope someone comments!
Thanks- I was wondering about Sore no More- and now I know!
The Thin Line Saddle Pad- I just have the half pad and use it under my dressage and jump saddle- works like they say it will.
Fluid Line HA- My horse definitely has more pep in his step
He does look handsome! Hard to really get a good feel from the video though. I'm sure he'll find a good home
Yep, I have seen it too, and it is scarey! This horse couldn't be saddled in x ties or tied at all, and he had to be walked a bit with each tightening- a bit of a pain, but he eventually got over it...
Great pictures of your horses and your family!
You know, I sometimes wonder if Cruise is faking it... Is that even possible
He's been in light flat work for about 2 months, but has been off for the majority of July and Aug.
I have jumped a couple of very small X's and trot poles a few times, nothing major.
THANK YOU!! Great info. Bless you for paying for their surgery!
That's it exactly!
If you want to hear God laugh, tell him your plans...
Good question Amanda- I know you can get your initials or Breed symbol embroidered on dressage pads. I've seen many top riders with that on their pads.
I'm guessing it's fine, unless it's just big...
LOL- Well I love my OTTB- I wish he was sound though- I wonder if I describe his unsoundness (just thought of this as I'm typing) if anyone could shed some light on this type of injury because it...
HAHA! Thank you! Will do.
This is probably a silly question- but I don't remember every seeing anyone use a fleece pad that has the fleece in front of the pommel AND behind the cantel. Does that make sense?
I really want to...
Wow, there are so many really good reasons, I had no idea.
Thank you sharing that.
I'm completely ignorant about the racing world, could you tell me what you mean by, "it ran out of conditions"- just curious on that one!
I'm wondering- do you sell them because they are no longer sound, or because they lack speed, or both?
Please help me understand. I"m an OTTB owner.
Wow- Thank you!
Just wondering how to find out the history of my OTTB that I purchased this spring. Any help?
Cruise's Jockey Club # is 0118644
USEF # is 5048119
DOB is 4/12/2001
Dam- Allison's Pride...
WOW! I have never heard of such a thing.
Although I have heard that it's pointless to worm with Ivermectin- but that's another story.
I can't wait to see what other people say about this!
That explanation is probably confusing - I apologize as am most tired and can't think of clearer description at this time.[/QUOTE]
NOt confusing at all actually- and very good point.
Thank you- thank you everyone- for your advise and for giving me some hope. I am definitely going to continue trying to help him!
THat's exactly what my vet talked about the "whorl bone" he also deals with quite a few Paso Fino's (sp?) so perhaps that is why he seems to be familiar with Cruise's issues. HOwever he did have a...