Type: Posts; User: HossShoer
WOW that's great to hear.
COTH really did rise to the occasion back then.
Was a wonderful time.
Best wishes to everyone
I have had my Eby 16' Stock for 10 years and would not trade it for any make out there. There is nothing comparable in my humble opinion. We use it a lot showing, hunting, trail riding and hauling...
Tamara, so sorry for your loss
I am in shock at what happened.
Just back on the Coth BB after doing hay all summer and can not believe this.
Deepest sympathies from a farmer in Ontario, Canada...
Hey Kid, get better soon, hunt season is just about to get going, good place to get back in the saddle and have some fun.
amastrike, so sorry about your fall and breaks.
I did my quad ligament in my right leg Oct 07, on my own sidewalk.
Took all winter to get quasi sound.
The golf cart is still my best friend on the...
OK, so where is this wonder beast??
How old, how big, how much??
Just had to laugh at JSWAN's description of her heavy weight hunter.
I have 3 of those and for a 17 stone guy they are KEEPERS.
Each one would hunt 3 days a week if asked.
And I have NO intention...
I would definitely buy a bunch for Xmas and birthday gifts.
Shoes with plain pads are not the best idea for a truly foundering horse.
Perhaps some x-rays with the foot properly marked and heartbars applied by someone who knows exactly what they are doing....
paintjumper, I think you have to call the office, not the fastest email returners out there. LOL
Try contacting the company and deal direct. well worth the drive.
They always have used trailers in inventory.
Best trailers in the world. They hold their value.
I wouldn't haul anything else....
We feed whole barley and oats that I buy from a neighbor in my grain buggy/gravity box, 4 tons at a crack. It lasts awhile.
Then 4 X 5 gallon pails of grain goes in a garbage pail and is just...
FWIW, I have started alot of horses in the hunt field in the last 20+ years. Kicking has been my NUMBER 1 CONCERN, for both my horse and someone else's.
If mine so much as jump/spook at a hound...
Yeah, I gagged at the $$$$$, but I wear them in the worst conditions, hose 'em off and never regretted buying them. I have even hunted in them in cold wet conditions, as did 2 of the Masters.
Wow, can't believe it's been 10 years.
What a community.
So, just how many horses break legs?? or twist a spine struggling to get up??
It is not fine. For anyone doing any outdoor winter riding, barefoot is not a reasonable safe option.
Stay off the...
Most Barefooters usually change their mind about traction after a fall on ice.
If not , well that's Darwinism at it's best.
Hey we were out to day in -15 C wind-chill. Hacked for 2 hours on a dirt road.
No mosquitoes,no black-flies ,no cyclists, the occasional car.
My fav time of the year to go out.
Each horses had 4...
MM12, I just flip it over on it's side place the bale and flip it back up by hand.
works like a charm.
I have 3 Duplessis feeders.
One for 6 mares and 2 for a dozen thugs(crossbred geldings and a couple of TB's)
No one goes hungry and they work for the big squares as well.
Great to keep the hay...
Peggy, thanks for the info, say hello for me when you ride them off again. LOL
This train wreck with erin was a surprise.
Great to have a oldie, get together.Back in 2000 who woulda guessed we'd still be around on this board.
What happened to Beezer nad Meery??
I think of...
Member Eglinton-Caledon Hunt, Ontario, Canada
Since 1987 to Present
It's rough to see'em go.