Type: Posts; User: medhorse
I think a good thorough physical examination which would include watching the horse move w-t-c, either under saddle, free or controllled lunging, eye exam, neuro exam etc. would be sufficient. X-rays...
pm me I have used it
I believe Dover has the bridle or at least they did. I ordered mine from Germany because it was cheaper then even after shipping.
I bought this bridle last summer. I think if your horse is a cob size, it runs on the small size. The horse I purchased it for has a large jaw (mandible) and cob size was tight in the nose band....
Well said! Excellent post!
It is my general impression that this should not debated publicly since this is an on going litigation. If "Sandy" has been properly caring for her horses, then there should be no further debate.
Better articulation and spelling would be warranted.