Type: Posts; User: horsechick
I think if it's plated, you can get back to work sooner rather than later…I could be wrong though
It's amazing how much ulcers can affect them. Good job figuring it out.
Walk the Line with Chrissie Dewey and Chris Wherley…they do a ton of young horses
Jess Forliani or Jessie Hillegas
Carol Cone's Harmony Bay…WEF winner year after year, super quiet, great mover and jumper, and looks like a big pony. I think he's 15.3? Adorable.
try a couple doses ulcergard? Maybe the stress is causing ulcers or stomach upset?
Thanks Lauriep for clearing it up. Glad to know those are not her horses anymore and she's not just ramping up again under a new name :)
Can you get a hold of an INRA AV? I love that it is shorter and has sort of a latex "hood" on it to allow for the end of the penis as it bells out.
I saw several from her program for sale on WFS the other day…anyone know if she's working under another farm name?
Karin at Sporting Chance Farm has bred to Balou directly more times than I can count…you may try contacting her :)
Have you tried a ration balancer with a fat supplement? That way she could eat a smaller amount and not be deprived of nutrients. And maybe aloe for her stomach just in case?
I just spit water all over my keyboard!!:lol:
I have had good experiences with both Jessie Hillegas and Jess Forliani. Both are easily accessible to your area. Let me know if you need contact info :)
I would be very worried about potential damage to the cervical vertebrae. And unfortunately, that damage may not show up until several years down the road in the form of arthritis.
Just spoke with the state vet….it is a steeplechase barn.
We looked at a horse to purchase in the Plains on Friday…I for one would really like to know if this happened on that farm or elsewhere.
She's cute! I'm no expert, but I would make sure she's totally responsive to cues on the ground wearing a bridle. I teach my horses to cue off my body language, a slight lean forward means go and a...
I think the Warmblood Stallions of NA has a great, cohesive listing of a large number of stallions
I also like Cabalito
that happened to my mare a couple years ago…we never figured out why or what it was, but she had a normal healthy foal and easy delivery. Good luck!
Not to dissuade you, but I have a Popeye K in my barn right now out of a mare that did the First Years and was easy easy. He is a giant 17.3 hands of chicken pants. Brave to the jumps, but kind of...
one of my students has a gelding by St. Nick that does not spook. Ever. It's actually kind of strange. When we first got him at 4, I kept waiting for it….and it just never happened.
ultrasound to check for ovarian cysts. Run a hormone panel. Try Robaxin
Charlot Farms in Canada...
We found a horse we'd like to try in Ocala so are making the trip. Obviously we'd like to see as many as possible while we're there. Can anyone recommend who else I should contact? This client was...