Type: Posts; User: bugsynskeeter
Card charges are not refunded immediately. It normally takes at least 48 hours to refund. That's not Dover's fault.
I may be a bit different, as I worked at an equine hospital and became used to our SOP there. Vitals, ultrasound, rectal, then tube. Then go from there depending on findings.
I've had several horses do this after they have been hobble trained. It is amusing watching them figure it out.
You don't stand directly behind them when you ground drive. I really hope you either let him be a pasture pet or find a professional to work with him.
Maybe I missed it somewhere in the multitude of threads, but have you one had one vet looking at this horse? Have you had a second opinion?
I am very familiar with the medications rules for reiners. More so than most I would say. So what would you like me to get back to you on?
Eponacowgirl sent several to TAMU. Try PMing her about it.
Worth the money. When you first start using them, cut the foot out of a tube sock and put the sock on the pastern. This will help protect the pastern while they break in. We did use them for...
Be careful with that plan of just "hopping off" - it could be the start of teaching him bad manners.
You could be found guilty of practicing vet medicine if you inject a horse not owner by yourself. Same with ultrasounding.
And I doubt an insurance company would pay a claim on a horse that was...
I don't believe Sedi-vet is labelled for IM use. You may way to look into some Dorm gel.
How late in October? Breeder's Cup is the last weekend in October/Nov 1.
I started mine on SmartHoof ultra and use Hoof Alive on her feet. Seems to be helping, but we still have a bit to go. Remember that it can take a while for the true benefits of feed through...
Yes - Iceman was apparently poisoned before he showed in the RBB Derby. I know the identity of the 2 other stallions, but their owners have not stated anything publicly.
All this over $20? Heck...PM me and I'll buy them from you. Mismatched or not!
I love mine. EASY to clean and I hand it over the balcony every few weeks to air out. My dogs love them cause its a bit cooler than the carpet.
NCHA, NRHA, and NRCHA do have testing and medications rules. They are just not as stringent as FEI.
There is so much more to see in Paris to worry about getting some saddle time also. I just got back from there in Wednesday. I walked an average of 10 miles a day. I did 7 in the Lourve alone. ...
We have them all the time in OK thanks to fracking. I've never noticed a change in the horses. We even had one during the NRHA Futurity a couple years ago.
I had to stop listening to the first episode...they were talking WAY too fast. I went back and made it through 2 more episodes, they did a better job slowing down.
Its very one sided, which they...
We were directly told not to use "pussy" in medical charts. It was pus or pus-like discharge. If you aren't comfortable standing up in court and reading "pussy" then don't put it in the chart.
What are you eating? My diet has a huge effect on how much energy I have. I have to keep my protein intake up.
Could "In hand" refer to English tack and attire? Like "Hunter In Hand?"
The only possible response to some people on this thread is "Well bless your heart!"