Type: Posts; User: imaginique
I think I need one of those to keep an eye on the deer parties I see evidence of in my yard every morning!
Some do, some don't. It depends a lot on the horse. I landed on my head once when I was young because my horse needed a trim and tripped while cantering figure eights. I wasn't hurt and neither was...
I have a book called "Strong Women Stay Young". It's a simple, not time consuming weight lifting program.
WOW. That has to be a record!!
I put my first horse down at age 38. My mare was 30. The pony I'm currently taking care of is somewhere in his mid 30s.
Dani will be 11 this spring. My old Arab mare was 25 when I had to retire her because of arthritis. My first horse, a grade pinto, was 32 when he retired.
Check out my trimmer's site: www.enlightenedequine.com
There used to be a trimmer by the name of Bob Sagely who had a lot of info on his site but I don't know if he's still around. You could google...
Go to horsesaddleshop.com. They can answer any questions you have.
I second the Oil of Oregano.
I once had an older lady say to me: "You don't have to go out in this weather to take care of your horses do you?" I'm normally very patient with questions from non-horse people and I had a lot of...
Be careful!! I downloaded GIMP and ended up with viruses!! Had to take my computer to be debugged.
Just got my Jan Equus magazine and it has an article about the vicious horse and the CT ruling that may affect horse owners everywhere. I haven't read it yet, but I suggest it for OP, and others who...
I've boarded at a couple of places that had arenas that were 60 x 80. We didn't have problems. It's a whole lot better than nothing!! In fact, I didn't know any better. Those were the only two...
I buy Egyptian cotton when they are on sale at JC Penney. They are not super high thread count (400) but they are ssssooooo nice.
I brought home opals, a boomerang, and vegemite. As someone else said....leave the vegemite there. You might also ask for a nice wool sweater.
Hadn't noticed there was a video but you are right. I wonder why they chose that horrible photo?
I ran across this horse on Dreamhorse. Maybe it's a bad photo but that's the most downhill horse I think I've ever seen. Back legs are WAY longer than front legs!
Isn't there a documentary out now called "Born to Die" about PMU foals? Or am I halucinating? (I know it's possible)
I unfortunately have LOTS of clover in my pastures and with the abundance of rain we had this past summer, the two QHs were showing some laminitic issues--flat feet, irritability with farrier--so I...
Shelly, that's a site for ex-JWs. I'm not sure they will give you accurate info. Try jw.org instead. It's the official site of JWs.
I have BAD feet and the only thing I've found that I can walk/stand in all day is Ariat Fat Baby boots. Got them at TSC a couple years ago on black Friday for $59.
My first horse was an old grade pinto. I learned pretty quickly to listen to him. If he refused to go and I didn't listen we invariably ended up in a belly-deep bog.
When my current horse, Dani,...
Darn, he could be the twin of the old pony I have here with the same problem.