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I live in Denver Colorado and am looking to move my horse out here. She lives about 45mins away from me right now so it's really difficult to find the time to exercise her. I am just graduating from college and starting my career pretty soon. Does anyone know of a place that is fairly inexpensive in the Denver area? (Golden, Littleton, etc. are okay too). It doesn't have to be a full-care facility if it is close enough to where I will be living, so even a private residence with some room available would work. Arenas (outside and inside) are preferred, and she LOVES trail riding. Thanks, Victoria
Followed a link on a wiki, then joined... http://www.equestrianlife.com/mw/Hansom_cab Been doing a LOT of digging. I know of a company that makes Hansom Cabs to order and one that was in use in Florida in 2008... Can't find a way to comment, but would like to see the wiki updated. Have emailed (and awaiting replies) a Farrier and the company that was running the Hansom Cab. NOT absolutely sure it's still in use, but shouldn't the wiki be updated to at least show that one or more are still being used commercially?
I have started my horse on a whole food diet and it is amazing the physical and mental change. I owe it all to Bio Star Eq. I encourge everyone to at least check out the profound research and evidence on whole food diets for horses and give Bio Star Eq a call. They are excellent at helping you come up with a feeding program and it is actually cheaper than buying commercial grains. I will NEVER feed a commercial grain again! Check out these links. Let me know your thoughts. https://soundcloud.com/#susan-wachowich/biostar-lecture-at-mayfaire http://www.dressagedaily.com/article/saving-her-grand-prix-dressage-horse-created-company-tigger-montague-biostar http://www.biostareq.com/ http://wholefoodforhorses.com/forum http://www.holistichorsekeeping.com/resources/articles/papaya.html
I have a retired polo mare. She is a 16 yr old Argentine TB around 15.3 hands. I am looking for someone to come ride her or free lease her. She is completely sound and has no vices that I know of. She does need a more experienced rider though( has a lot of energy). If you live in or near Lynchburg VA and are interested please let me know. Thanks
hey im moving to fremont nebraska theres a boarding stable there called Birchwood Stables all i can find on that place is an address and a phone number and i would like to know more about this place maybe see some pictures before i go visit it. to make shure its a good place for my horse. ive looked online but cant find anything. If anyone know's anything about this stable please let me know.
ARE YOU SITTING STRAIGHT IN THE SADDLE? Regardless of which discipline you ride, it's very important to sit straight and square in the saddle. Can you tell if you're collapsing at your waist and sitting crookedly? Ask a ground person to stand behind you. 1. Are your shoulders level (i.e. the same height)? 2. Is your seat in the center of the saddle so that each seatbone is the same distance from the middle of the saddle? If your shoulders aren't level which means that one shoulder is lower than the other, you're collapsed at your waist, your shoulders aren't the same height, and your seat isn't in the middle of the saddle. Here are 3 simple tips to help you sit straight and square: Let's say you've collapsed the left side of your waist, your left shoulder is lower, and your seat is off to the right. 1. Bring your right seat bone over and place it on top of an imaginary line that runs down the center of the saddle from the pommel to the cantle. You won't really be on…
Hi everyone i have a 7 yr old thoroughbred mare that i need to sell. I have a young colt that i plan on keeping a stud and i dnt want her to be a distraction from his training when he matures. I really dnt wnt to sell her but to continue with my equine programe (for college) i must keep the colt and i feel this is the only way. She is 16.3 hnds and is the sweetest mare i have ever met. I training mainly consists of regular riding, lunging and a hunter/jumper regimen. If anybody is interested feel free to message me for more details. Plz &THNKZ. BROOKE
Please! Tell me what to look for when my Mare is about to foal. I have read many blogs and websites about it, but I'm a nervous wreck! My mare has already...relaxed vulvo, soft bones, dripping milk, v shaped belly, yawns, prominent tail, kinda waddles, and continues to eat. I think these are all the signs but im not sure how to tell if she is having contractions. It seems like everything is inplace but the foal just isnt coming. I'm a wreck! O and she lifts her tail all day long! I NEED ADVICE!