Type: Posts; User: Leather
This is very good point--we don't want to scare off anybody. :lol:
A good Rolfer is very in tune with the person they're working on and will work with their limits.
And it's different than...
I hate fish in stock tanks.
For algae control get some barley straw and put it in a burlap bag, or buy these:
For mosquito control get this: ...
The $64,000 question(s) of EMS. :)
The U of MN has a study underway to help try to figure this out that horse owners can participate in:
Can't speak to the Thornhill Trail, but a friend of mine has a Thornhill Berlin and it's a beautiful saddle--nice leather and very comfortable.
IME the most comfortable saddle I've ever sat in is...
I did the 10 Series a couple of years ago.
I loved it. Yes, at times I felt like I was going to throw up from the "pain" but I felt so much better afterwards.
The weirdest part was when...
There is a piece of traditional Paso Fino tack called a jetera that is similar in design.
Pasos are usually started bitless, and this is used to begin the...
Are you breeding Suzie the Native American Sport Pony? :D
It will be fun to see what the base color of the foal will be regardless of whether it greys.
(All greys genetically have a base...
This past weekend I was riding in the park across the road from where I board.
I love the park due to the fact that there are no paved trails and no bikes are allowed.
My friend and I were...
I have the leather version of this saddle and I love it.
The only negative that I've found is that because the billets attach to the flap and are pretty far down, you need a very short girth if...
Ditto this. I've got a Black Forest Shasta treeless and it's one of the most comfortable and secure saddles I've ever been in. But I've tried another Black Forest model and it didn't feel as right....
The focus of the article is gaited horses, but it gives some ideas on how to find conformation markers:
Chuck Grant also has a book:
What about one of Hillview Farms saddles?
I use a plastic feeder by AGI. I cover the round bale with netting and roll it onto a pallet and then put the feeder around it.
I love it--no waste, horses have hay at all times.
What about sending them these sites which advocate slow feeding for metabolic horses?
I had my reconstructed back in '92, when they still did the big open cuts.
I injured mine in January and waited until June to have the surgery. I was in HS at the time and I wanted to rehab when...
You don't need mud to get stuck in a field--a bit of dew on the grass and an incline can render many 2WDs useless.
Why not have your vet do a culture of his nether-regions to find out exactly what's going on down there?
Yup, you can't dye dark hair white, unless you use paint.
Ever get highlights on your own hair?
You first have to lift the dark color out of the hair by diffusing the melanin in the hair...
So you used the actual "bag" type where you braid it and then bag it vs. the 3 tube type?
Anybody have a preference for one style over another?
Yeah, the swoosh in the logo is actually an L.
Don't worry, you're not the only one who's been stumped. ;)
I'm glad you posted this--I hadn't thought of looking in this forum for info on prolotherapy!
I'm looking into it for a hypermobile SI joint as a result of a riding fall 6 years ago. Time to...
Great article by Deb Bennett on the subject:
Timing and Rate of Skeletal Maturation on Horses, With Comments on Starting Young Horses and the State of the Industry
Small nitpick--polyglycan isn't actually approved as a drug.
It's considered a medical device because it does not achieve its purpose as a joint lavage through chemical action or by being...