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    Alto, I am terrible about checking this thread,...

    Alto, I am terrible about checking this thread, sorry it's been a year since your bump!

    Cary has continued to do well. About a month or so after my last post, while he was still on limited turn...
  2. Looking for a barn to board SW Ft Wayne INor Roanoke IN

    Does anyone know of a good place to board one horse in Fort Wayne/Roanoke area?

    I have a 3-year old gelding.

    I require daily, regular turnout, good pasture and safe/tidy property. All other...
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    Hi Timeless Ranch - so sorry to take so long to...

    Hi Timeless Ranch - so sorry to take so long to respond. My boy is still holding his own. I see slight improvements and am hopeful that he'll get better slowly over time. My local vet concurs. He...
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    Sorry - have been away for awhile. To answer...

    Sorry - have been away for awhile.

    To answer the questions, limiting his exercise (in the pasture and otherwise of course) will hopefully keep him from putting additional pressure on his spinal...
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    I must stop being so hasty and leaving out some...

    I must stop being so hasty and leaving out some information in my posts. The exercise restriction would be for only a relatively short period of time. 6 months according to one vet, 2 years...
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    UPDATE

    Thanks for all the jingles (and hammers?? not familiar with that one! :) )

    Unfortunately, myleograms confirmed cervical vetebral instability at two levels. EPM ruled out. Very, very sad.
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    Update in case anyone is viewing the thread. ...

    Update in case anyone is viewing the thread. I've had 3 different vets look at him now. Consensus seems to be Cervical Vetebral Malformation (CVM or wobbler's), however even tho we did a blood test...
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    I check his pasterns at least twice a week even...

    I check his pasterns at least twice a week even in dry weather - no mites or grease heel.

    Don't know if it's related or not but he's an itchy boy. Rubs his tail and mane. Not to the point of...
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    @ Simke, he is stomping all feet but it is most...

    @ Simke, he is stomping all feet but it is most noticeable behind. His hocks trail behind him when he moves more than he used to. I'll try to get some video.

    He is turned out on several acres...
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    2-year old developing awkward gait

    Hoping I can get a quick read on what might be going on here. I have a (nearly) 2-yr old Welsh Cob. A few weeks ago, he developed this weird kind of stomping of his feet, predominantly in the walk...
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    Hmm, it appears that some may need to go back and...

    Hmm, it appears that some may need to go back and re-read my original post. I am not talking about working with him for hours a day, every day. I am talking about a few hours on the weekend.
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    18 month old colt needs a job

    Okay, I tried putting this post on the dressage forum and didn't the kind of feedback I was really looking for. Let's see what you breeders have to say!

    A few months ago I brought home a lovely...
  13. Just bought my first Welsh colt - a section D. ...

    Just bought my first Welsh colt - a section D. Love, love, LOVE him. He is going to be such a special horse. Would recommend the breed or cross to anyone looking for a hard-working, intelligent,...
  14. Thanks all for the great advice! Isabeau, you...

    Thanks all for the great advice! Isabeau, you are right, I need to remember to lead from both sides and I agree with the other overall comments that he needs lots of time to be turned out and just...
  15. Hollow-sided yearling - tips for correcting early

    New to COTH forums and this is my first thread so go easy on me folks!

    I brought home a lovely 17-month old Section D Welsh Cob a few months ago and we are having a lot of fun getting to know...
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    One of the most useful things that dressage...

    One of the most useful things that dressage taught me that no other discipline did (and I tried them all!) is that if my horse isn't reacting the way I want her to, it's because I'm not asking in a...
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    Wow, I'm not sure if I watched that Derby in 1991...

    Wow, I'm not sure if I watched that Derby in 1991 but be sure to watch using the link above. He ran an amazing race. Good to hear he died an old, happy horse.
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    It's so nice to see all the other croup-high...

    It's so nice to see all the other croup-high babies out there. My boy is a Section D and I am so in love with him! Smart, hard-working, gorgeous and you should see him move, despite running...
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