Type: Posts; User: jlphilli
I recommend using Plasti-dip. It sprays on, and you can peel it off in one piece and re-apply when needed: http://www.plastidip.com/
My vet price matches the Gastrogard to whatever the cheapest Ulcergard is, so it's more convenient for me to just get the Gastrogard.
My horse went through a long gastrogard treatment. Now I do 1/2 tube of GG starting 2 days before the show (and during). He also lives on ranitidine. Also no NSAIDs at shows (not even...
I did get an email saying something about Children's/Adult hunter finals. The gist I got from it was that you had to apply, etc.
The Ecogold pads are amazing. They don't move at all. I hear the Success pads are a cheaper alternative.
I personally like to do minimal warm-up jumps. I only do 3', and my horse does better with less time between me getting on and going in the ring. I typically just do a small vertical both ways to...
I do the AA's and don't usually braid the tail. I will put in his fake tail, but that's it. I will sometimes braid the tail if it's a huge show or something like that. It's never affected my...
I am 5'6" with a petite build. I have a longer torso and long femur, and fit my horse at 16.1 perfectly.
I agree with what everyone said about just poulticing with no wrap. I do this at summer shows when it is really hot (even at night). I only do the 3'0" too, so it's not like there is a huge risk of...
I have one that I love and use from time to time. My horse changes shape throughout the year, so typically in the winter (when he's lost a little condition), I like using it to lift the front of my...
I can't say for sure without the serial number, but I recognize the background in that photo! :)
George Morris actually died 20 years ago. Death just hasn't built up the courage to tell him yet.
None of the above, actually. I started leasing a sale horse that I ended up getting along with very well- leased him for almost a year. I was the one who "picked him out." At one point I became...
If you're ever in Raleigh, NC I know tons of places :)
Yes. Some of them (ponies included) I look at and am surprised they aren't foundering.
If you are ever having bad luck with a rep, contact Claude. He is in charge of all of that.
Oooo where did you get the cover??
Ok here are the pics I took for my friend yesterday:
Before riding 1
Before riding 2
After riding 1
After riding 2
Hope this helps!
Funny you should ask! My friend wanted me to send her a picture too, so I will be taking one later today :lol: It's definitely smaller than the Ogilvy.
I wanted something similar, but didn't want to drop that kind of $ on a saddle pad. I tried the Lami-cell memory foam pad and really like it. In my opinion, I like it better than my friend's Ogilvy...
I do love my Voltaire. I have worked with both Andy and Anne and they are great. Assuming the horse has an otherwise clean bill of health, a poor fitting saddle can definitely cause back pain. I...
Absolutely see a doctor, as others have mentioned. I just wanted to add to this that migraine symptoms can occur like you describe without pain. My second thought would be low blood pressure or low...
I have a horse prone to colic. I give him SmartDigest Ultra (have now for 2 years+/-) and Blue Seal Sentinel LS extruded feed. He went from "hard" keeper to "I breathe air therefore I am" keeper.