Type: Posts; User: Cindyg
I think it's brilliant.
Hey, Dogs, you owe us an update on this thread!! :) :)
Love the sky in that picture!
For sure. No doubt I would have loved that horse. But I love the one I got! <3 No regrets.
It's a one-horse. It doesn't have room for a divider. :confused: But it's not narrow enough to lean against the two walls.
I agree that's majikal!!
My super easy keeper gets Chaffhaye (low sugar and starch, high nutrient and energy) and Nuzu Stabul 1 (specifically designed for easy keepers and IR prone) plus a customized supplement. He also...
I rode around the block in my one-horse (no divider to lean on), bumper-pull Brenderup with my horse once. I could not believe how rough the ride was. I held on for dear life the entire time! It...
I recently had a seller tell me she wouldn't sell me her horse. It hurt my feelings a lot, but it forced me to move on; and I appreciated that.
Hey, where's our update?!
As soon as I saw the name Kande, I totally remembered her -- and I have never heard of the UDBB until this thread.
A couple of years ago, she posted here, and I kind of liked her. But somebody...
Oops. Yes, of course. :) I'll go fix.
I have been using a Sweeney Feeder for decades. It's a deer-feeding company; but it can be rigged up for horse feeding. Call and ask for suggestions. Very reliable product.
As long as ESC + Starch is < 10%, you should be fine. This is per Kathleen Gustafson.
I want to see pictures!!
You let her take that trailer and you'll never see it again.
Hey SimplyAlice13! No, you can't post pictures here unless you purchase a premium membership. You can post them somewhere else, then link them here.
There's a little more going on that you...
Oh that's not fair! We all want to know his name!
If he's advertising himself as the guy who knows horse personalities, this is free marketing for him!
Following. Seems neat.
I think someone got through to him that it's not acceptable to post pictures of that kind of training.
Put me down as a no.
I thought she was probably either high or insane.
Still, a neat bit of footage. Interesting how differently everything was handled back then.
My Oden is exactly as you describe. He will carry his head below his shins if he can. He will push, pull, duck under, and shove with his head if he can. His head and mouth are not sensitive. His...
Well, as soon as you work it out, please come tell me.
Also, please come visit Life with Oden. That's where I'll post the magical solution as soon as I figure it out.
I highly suggest Dr. Kellon's yahoo group for help with this.