Type: Posts; User: mcp
Results are up....http://www.evententries.com/livescoring/14940.html
We have a 2009 Rey de Cafe x Crafty Nancy gelding. Quite tall, longish pasterns, but a nice shoulder and hip, well balanced and a lovely, uphill mover. Super disposition. Picture on our website ...
we use a 50 ml feeding syringe. Just drop in the number of pills needed, mix with enough warm water to dissolve, replace the plunger and there you have it. After a few dosings you will figure out...
no scores, apparently they must be having technical difficulties
It's complicated. A experienced scorer just explained it to me and I would mess up the explanation she gave me... co-efficients...
Ketchen Place Farm in Rock Hill has a bunch of greenies. www.ketchenplace.com
I have checked the usual pedigree sources and can't find pedigree info on No Fere.
Love the live scoring, wish they had this for WEG.
I just attended the 2010 Thoroughbred Pedigree and Genetics Symposium and learned about some of the latest research. Regardless of which stallion is chosen, some very advanced genetic analysis is...
Here's ours in South Carolina: www.ketchenplace.com
Accidents waiting to happen
What happened to Pawlow?
An old eventing trick is to throw a handful of bran into the water, let it float on top. I've also gotten good results with Quench.
We will, now!
Try "splicing rope" I was taught how to splice many years ago, I consider it one of my most useful skills!
Eventing Nation just posted some good info
Is anybody posting or blogging from Chatt Hills. The live results have made me curious about what's happening there.
I just read this uncredited little saying... "The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears" It made me think of Peter and Henny
I have a mare and her son that have Poopcha on their pedigrees. Spider and Caesar. http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/index.php?query_type=horse&horse=CAESAR63&g=5&cellpadding=0&small_font=1&l=
architect: Blackburn Architects (Washington, DC)
builder: Jack Hart (Kentucky)
stall components( and sliding doors) Lucas Equine Equipment of Kentucky
you can see our new barn at our website www.ketchenplace.com
I thrilled that another one of my young horses has found a great home. I must add though, that Oliver's temperament is also the product of his dam and upbringing. We have just completed a new barn...