Type: Posts; User: INoMrEd
The one on our horse trailer is 2HORSHO.
The one on our truck is INOMRED!
I ordered my eventing watch from them. They had the best price. No problems at all.
I wonder how many folks will try putting a horse in it? 40208
I love mine and have had it since I bought it new in Germany some 14 or 15 years ago. It's nice because the cut back pommel allows for fitting it on a VERY high withered horse.
Congratulations! What a grand accomplishment - you must be so very proud.
I have known Nicole for eons!
I have bought the Thompson's Water Seal from the home improvement store. I use a spray bottle to put it on and it works great. Plus with the one gallon of it, it takes many winters to use it all.
What an awful thing to have happen. So sorry for you and your DH.
Hope Kiwi is doing well!
I feed 2-4 oz daily to my TB's and I buy it from Horse Tech: http://www.horsetech.com/nutra-flax.html :)
I didn't want a grey horse either. But since I wanted a rescue project priced in my range of mid 4 figures that is exactly what I ended up buying. He's not nearly as hard to keep clean as I thought...
He's gorgeous and the "gentlemen's" snarky commenting was most likely because he is jealous that you have such a nice horse.
I live in super HOT and very dry So Cal. I clean my bridles weekly and this includes taking them completely apart for a thorough cleaning including the bit. I normally soak my bits in a small...
I give a tablespoon of MSM daily to my old guy Louie.
Excellent news. You and Kiwi are both real troopers Kristen!
Nearly choked on my fruit salad!
Wishing you and Kiwi the best!
ACME - Cotton looks so much better without gaping holes. He looks like a fun project and his training is coming along very nicely!!!
You and Sparkles look great and like you are having so much fun together!
I have the Equine Athletics Eventer Dressage Frock and love it. It is supposed to be machine washable but I am worried that my huge top loader LG washer will ruin it.
Queen - We are the Champions!
I have heard it referred to by veterinarians as urine scald. My new gray gelding Vinnie has some of it. I have been treating it with Ly-Tar shampoo and it seems to help.
It was taken from ABC: http://abcnews.go.com/US/retirement-home-horses/story?id=24701654
The horses appear to be in much better condition now than they were earlier in the year.