Type: Posts; User: rtph
Peggy showed this horse in the Stock Horse Association prior to getting so involved in WD. If I recall correctly he was a decent cowhorse and did very well in reining as a "green" (5 and under)...
A good place to start;
I have heard that Cowboy Magic Detangle and Shine doesn't have any silicone in it.
We have a F350 7.3 diesel and a Ram 3500 6.7 diesel. I would encourage you to consider a diesel. Other than that, go with the one you like best.
Cowboy Magic Detangle and Shine is an excellant mane/tail conditioner, smells nice, and has no silicone.
I'd rather deal with a bull anytime than to have to deal with a mad mama cow. But they don't go looking for any fight. Just leave the babies alone.
One of my family members just had a wild...
lol RT. Not running for office and don't plan to. I just think its time that I start speaking out.
I sent the craigslist poster an email about how poorly these horses look. I also sent the craigslist url http://mobile.craigslist.org/grd/4017157559.html to Dusty Trails Horse Rescue.
Has anyone besides me "spoke up" and replied to the craigslist post?
We live in a VERY rural area, and I ride alone a lot.
But I'm not really alone because my border collie goes with me. I love having her because she always senses things out of the ordinary. Both...
Ditto to what Bluey said. We have lots of coyotes but have never had a problem.
But many cattlemen here in the southeast say that they have had a problem with coyotes getting newborn calves if...
People moved away and left 12-13 y/o qh gelding. He has good pasture, and we have been watering him. Water has now been disconnected by county.
Hoping someone can refer us to a REPUTABLE rescue....
Hoping someone can refer us to a REPUTABLE rescue in south central Alabama. We can assist with transport.
People moved and left qh gelding. He has good pasture and we have been watering him, but...
Thanks Bluey. We do agree on this! LOL
I have given you the benefit of my knowledge and experience. I have no time to do the research for you too. You will learn more, and retain it longer, if you do the research yourself. LOL
All of the above is good advice.
You just need to decide what you are comfortable with after considering all the variables. I have one horse that I let almost anyone ride.
But I have learned...
about 40 years. LOL
Maybe we are talking about two different things. Collection and impulsion are one thing; stopping is another. Impulsion and collection needs to be there BEFORE you ask for the stop.
I just don’t think use of the ‘spur stop’ is nearly as widespread as one might think from reading this thread. I see many very fine WP horses that do not have a ‘spur stop’. I have seen many, many...
Facts please. Just a couple of names of ANY respectable trainer, western pleasure or otherwise, who trains a spur stop.
Who? I challenge every poster on this thread to name one respectable,...
Well I think teaching to stop from a spur aid is absurd. So, whoever does it, please come out of the wood work and lets hear about it.
This sounds like some kind of wild rumor about western...