Type: Posts; User: RWR
He's very handsome. Congratulations!
What a cute boy! The GV's I've been around have been lovely animals.
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I have the same problem with my young cob filly. I'm curious to see what you end up with.
Quickie was gelding and actually passed away later on. A friend of mine has a 5 year old Quickie son.
Thank you! I really appreciate it.
That's so interesting! Her mom is out of Hastening Eclipse!
Not a dressage pony (quite yet) but my almost 3 year old Welsh Cob. She's about 14.1hh....
Facebook won't let me see this photo but he sounds adorable!
I definitely expect my horses to be okay riding outside. I love to take a break from the arena for trail riding or hacking outside.
Love them also!
I'd say go for it. There's no such thing as too many ponies! He's adorable.
I have a welsh cob filly that I plan to use for dressage and eventing...but she's only two so we haven't started yet. :)
I'm currently riding with an instructor who uses a communication system (I think she has the eartec). We each use our own headphones but it can be tricky to keep them in. I'm currently using some...
I did submit a fecal sample for testing today, and she came back positive for giardia. I have my fingers crossed that is our problem!
This exactly!!! It really is.
She was just seen by a vet. They gave me some ideas but I was curious to see what experiences others have had. One thing they suggested was psyllium (and she won't eat the product I purchased). Of...
Hmm...she is actually on orchard grass. Maybe that's the problem!
Yes, the hay is good quality and is consistent. I've tried Probios and it hasn't seemed to help. Any idea how long they would need to be on a pre & probiotic before you would notice a difference?
I've got a young horse (almost 2) with chronic loose stool. It varies from less formed to closer to cow pie type consistency. She doesn't seem at all bothered by it but it makes me crazy! :eek:I'm...
You guys look great together! I'd go for it.