The Chronicle of the Horse
MagazineNewsHorse SportsHorse CareCOTH StoreVoicesThe Chronicle UntackedDirectoriesMarketplaceDates & Results
 

Search:

Type: Posts; User: Soldier06

Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.04 seconds.

  1. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,036

    Test was $250, allergy shots for 9 months were...

    Test was $250, allergy shots for 9 months were about $875- it will work out to be about $1000 a year FOR THE FIRST YEAR. Afterwards when the dosage is consistent and we're past the every other day...
  2. Replies
    14
    Views
    1,036

    My chestnut (of course a redhead ;)) turned into...

    My chestnut (of course a redhead ;)) turned into a violent headshaker this June. Completely unriddeable at times and couldn't be outside. He was in his stall with wetted down shavings, soaked hay and...
  3. Two quick thoughts. Agree whoever said about...

    Two quick thoughts.

    Agree whoever said about the importance of a routine. The other day for some unknown reason the chestnut beast was CRAZY in his stall. Rearing, bucking, spinning around- then...
  4. My jumper had a severe case of lymphangitis in...

    My jumper had a severe case of lymphangitis in his left hind. Pretty much non weight bearing on the left hind for 2 weeks, and on week 3 would only walk when forced. We rented a game ready for him...
  5. Replies
    167
    Views
    9,668

    Poll: We've done it multiple ways over the years. ...

    We've done it multiple ways over the years.

    Barn #1- Trainer, BM and myself (daughter of BM) did stalls/water/feed. Boarders were welcomed to hand walk or turnout their own horses (no turnout was...
  6. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,075

    Poll: Same here- seems to be the best program. The...

    Same here- seems to be the best program. The horse on layup gets just Adequan every 2 weeks. When he's showing heavily it's Adequan every other week and Legend on Friday night, usually only 2 Fridays...
  7. It works but turns their shoes into ice...

    It works but turns their shoes into ice skates.:lol: Had one that had aluminums with equi-pak under them,:eek: he couldn't make it 50 feet to the indoor. We hand walked in the aisle for 3 days before...
  8. Replies
    25
    Views
    2,506

    Didn't read through everything but agree- not a...

    Didn't read through everything but agree- not a true ewe neck. :)
    We had a lot of luck gaining a stronger hind end by tying a standing bandage (a long one) around the horse's hind end, you take it...
  9. Replies
    17
    Views
    1,547

    Tried a short shanked English hackamore on my...

    Tried a short shanked English hackamore on my guy. He can be a little fussy with the bit, but generally schools very nicely in his Myler loose ring (the basic one), or a single joint HS loose ring....
  10. Replies
    23
    Views
    1,372

    We have 2 in bar shoes. One was just diagnosed...

    We have 2 in bar shoes. One was just diagnosed with severe bone bruising and some mild irritation/inflamation of his DDFT- he has a bar shoe, spider plate and 3 degree wedge pad. Hope is that in 4...
  11. Replies
    49
    Views
    4,208

    There were more than 8 kids in the class. First 3...

    There were more than 8 kids in the class. First 3 left, were called back 1st kid was given 6th, 2nd a 1st, 3rd a 2nd. Then the remaining ribbons were given.
  12. Replies
    49
    Views
    4,208

    MHM- you seemed to be able to see the "other...

    MHM- you seemed to be able to see the "other side" of it. You pay for an opinion.

    I didn't add the personal details since I didn't want to sway opinions towards the side of "mean judge/unfair". ...
  13. Replies
    49
    Views
    4,208

    Interesting judging decision

    I'm on the fence about this call, part of me loves it but thinks it was improperly executed.

    Story:
    Kid takes a green pony around a little eq class (18 inches).Class is open to all ages it's...
  14. Replies
    22
    Views
    1,184

    $25 w/a script $30 w/o (from vet) :)

    $25 w/a script
    $30 w/o (from vet) :)
  15. Replies
    0
    Views
    249

    Front foot issues

    Long story short- new horse with 2 different feet, left foot a "normal" foot (slightly low heel, flat sole, but acceptable) and right front is a club. A substantial club (in terms of what I have...
  16. Replies
    6
    Views
    4,303

    Thanks for the reviews! I really like the gel...

    Thanks for the reviews! I really like the gel pack in the Ice horse boots.

    MoonRiver-Does that brand have a gel pack or the little square packs like in the Reitsport boot?
  17. Replies
    6
    Views
    4,303

    Best Ice boots/method of icing

    What is your preferred method of icing at a horse show? A game ready would be ideal but not in the budget. :lol: Looking to spend under $250ish for a set.

    Some that I've found interesting:...
  18. We have a horse same level as yours who when he...

    We have a horse same level as yours who when he was 13 or 14 was diagnosised w/slight navicular changes. He was given Tildren in Aug 2008- $2k at the time. Made a world of difference for him, was...
  19. Replies
    23
    Views
    1,039

    Do you shoe/trim according to x-rays?

    I'm just wondering how many people take films of feet to see angles/trim prior to the horse having any issues?
    Do your vet and farrier work closely together? How often do you reshoot them?

    I'm...
  20. Replies
    6
    Views
    444

    Here's a little background...6 yo Can't...

    Here's a little background...6 yo

    Can't currently evaluate soundness, missing a shoe, and is far too many weeks overdue on the shoe that's still on. Doesn't look like the most balanced trim/shoe...
  21. Replies
    6
    Views
    444

    Thank you SLE! Sounds like it didn't slow him...

    Thank you SLE! Sounds like it didn't slow him down too much!

    I didn't post a specific question because right now there isn't one and of all this horses problems the ringbone is the least. Basic...
  22. Replies
    6
    Views
    444

    Tell me all about ringbone....

    Anything and everything. How it was diagnosised, high or low, symptoms of it, treatment of it, maintenance of it, severity, the horse' job prior and after diagnosis, age, how many years the horse has...
  23. Replies
    40
    Views
    3,391

    Coat looks good, but he's a shiny horse anyways,...

    Coat looks good, but he's a shiny horse anyways, good coat and feet no matter what he's eating (a TB nonetheless!).
    BUT he had severe lymphangitis last year, leaving some very substantial damage...
  24. Had one drained...twice. Horse was "sound" but...

    Had one drained...twice. Horse was "sound" but would take a wonky step now and then. And it was big, it protruded well out past the hock bone (if you were looking head on at him). At the time he was...
  25. Perfect Prep or Smart Calm Ultra Horse A was...

    Perfect Prep or Smart Calm Ultra

    Horse A was super difficult, as in ridden on 3/4 cc of Ace (IM) and still was untrustworthy. He just never clued in and focused on the rider, and was explosive....
Results 1 to 25 of 158
Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 4
randomness