Type: Posts; User: Rallycairn
You look completely fine ... Just right. Not even borderline. You must post new pix after he is yours!
^That sounds like a good idea. It could well be the abscess for sure, they can be so tricky if they don't pop through or don't drain completely.
Jennifer, what soft tissues were involved in the chest wound? It's just so amazing he came through the esophagus scare, the stifle, then the mother of all chest wounds to competing (hooray)!
I was a weenie eventer before it was cool ....hahaha:D
Once a weenie, always a weenie? For me, probably yes.
Weenies, we have LOWER standards for ourselves and Higher Standards for our tack.
Sounds like you have done a great job with him. Wow, what a guy!
If you do put him back on the market, I hope you have no more PPE craziness. Whoever gets him will be very lucky ... But maybe...
Awww, thanks. He had so many COTH jingles and treats and good vibes - plus his own amazing heart.
You and Cotton are quite a team. Great job, good horse!
So they take concerns/ questions about certain obstacles being appropriate for the level and instead of taking out said questionable obstacles, they make them legal. R-i-g-h-t. All the while...
The thread has veered toward focusing on the speed, but for me the ditch changes, the obstacle both in and out of water, the related questions, and the offset two strides ... these are the big...
Saw Brittany Maynard on CBS this morning. What an amazing person. She did say that it was a common misconception that she had chosen Nov. 2nd as her day to die. That is a date she wants to make it...
It is nice that you are getting him out and desensitizing him to things. Great job.
I think you will get some answers on his color if you add that to your thread title, or maybe start a new...
Very nice! Red should certainly have had a gorgeous horse.
Truly you are blessed among horse people. Ride forth and spread good fortune with every hoofbeat. :). WTG
Pinot grigio and viognier. Specific vintages according to the mood of the moment!
You can only look menacing in a getup like that. But it looks warm and practical! And menacing can come in handy at times, I'm sure.
That would more than creep me out TBH - more like send me catapulting off my horse shrieking and tearing the helmet off my head as I went! :lol:
I keep mine stored in a helmet bag. If I have...
^Cute, Hippolyta. Still, Superhorse was more appealing than I thought. Other than the cape he is not drawn in a silly or exaggerated manner.
Poor little guy. Many jingles he pulls through.
Nice story. Good guy - hope he is on the job for a long time to come.
That is so devastating. What a horrible loss of such a thoughtful and compassionate person. Thank you, Tim, for continuing Kris's merciful work and doing your best for Essa and all your animals.
Please do not blame yourself for making the best decision you could based on what the vets said.
And it was not for nothing. You have had almost another year together including some reasonably...
Referring to your point about the grey rather than the bay, actually I think it was the teal breeches and trim on the pad that made it look so orange. :). However your dye job is a definite...
This book is such an absorbing read to me. I give up underlining because I find myself underlining whole pages and end up just dogearing them permanently instead. I like the detailed character...
One of my faborite conductors. Sorry he is gone.
I would have fallen in love, too! What a gorgeous boy!
Wonderful stories from everyone.