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  • Pinto horse weakness
  • Pinto horse feeding program

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    09-10-2011, 05:04 PM
  #11
Foal
Just a though that occured to me... and there's not much background given, like how long you had him, age and such...but he may be out and a good Chiro adjustment may be in order... from what you did state, it's just not typical.
     
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    09-11-2011, 12:21 AM
  #12
Banned
[QUOTE=Rowdy Girl;1168636]Just a though that occured to me... and there's not much background given, like how long you had him, age and such...but he may be out and a good Chiro adjustment may be in order... from what you did state, it's just not typical.[/QU I am afraid of him sometimes not when im riding when it comes to lead rope he walks up to fast that's my weakness right now leading him on a lead rope he is a willing horse maybe its me or he needs more training
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    09-15-2011, 07:37 PM
  #13
Green Broke
Baxter needs a meal, or several of them. Please get Baxter on a proper health care and feeding program
     
    09-16-2011, 12:47 PM
  #14
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Originally Posted by churumbeque    
Baxter needs a meal, or several of them. Please get Baxter on a proper health care and feeding program


I sure am got him on a diet he is alittle fatter now but its going to be another month or two before he gains his four weight I believe I got crooked but I don't know though people thinks he's a Throughbred and some think Tennessee Walker and he is being less stuborn now since I'm taking more interest into him maybe he needs to be retrained that's what I have been thinking to myself Thanks for the advice
     
    09-16-2011, 06:59 PM
  #15
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Cowgirl07    
I sure am got him on a diet he is alittle fatter now but its going to be another month or two before he gains his four weight I believe I got crooked but I don't know though people thinks he's a Throughbred and some think Tennessee Walker and he is being less stuborn now since I'm taking more interest into him maybe he needs to be retrained that's what I have been thinking to myself Thanks for the advice
He could also be weak from being malnourished
     
    09-16-2011, 08:15 PM
  #16
Weanling
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Originally Posted by churumbeque    
He could also be weak from being malnourished
She knows he is to skinny it was addressed in another post and she is in the process of adding weight, he was too skinny when she bought him but she is trying to fix him.

Cowgirl why don't you wait to ride him until he gets a little more weight on him I bet he will be a different horse.
     
    09-16-2011, 10:48 PM
  #17
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Cowgirl07    
he is being less stuborn now since I'm taking more interest into him

I don't know how long you've had him, but my guess is if you give him some time, he'll come around. You'll get out of him, what you put into him. Such is life.
     
    09-17-2011, 10:15 AM
  #18
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Originally Posted by Calmwaters    
She knows he is to skinny it was addressed in another post and she is in the process of adding weight, he was too skinny when she bought him but she is trying to fix him.

Cowgirl why don't you wait to ride him until he gets a little more weight on him I bet he will be a different horse.
She didn't know he was skinny until people told her he was skinny. She has had him for several months and who's to say he didn't come to her in good condition as her knowledge sounds limited. I was just pointing out that he may be weak not stubborn. I am looking out for the horses well being.
     
    09-17-2011, 09:21 PM
  #19
Weanling
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Originally Posted by churumbeque    
She didn't know he was skinny until people told her he was skinny. She has had him for several months and who's to say he didn't come to her in good condition as her knowledge sounds limited. I was just pointing out that he may be weak not stubborn. I am looking out for the horses well being.
Forgive me I was under the impression she had not had him very long. Hopefully she will do like she says and keep him on a better diet so he will get fat and sassy.
     
    09-18-2011, 09:11 PM
  #20
Yearling
We have three TWH that are extensively rode. The oldest is twelve and he is a what people in Virginia consider to be traditional bred. He has some very old bloodlines. He is extremely easy to handle and would walk off a cliff if you asked him to. Superb ground manners. Laid back. Next is our seven year old black and white spotted walker. She has the same disposition and temperament. Third is the youngest. She just turned four and is chestnut and white spotted and will give you her all. She was by far the easiest horse ever to train. Never bucked reared fussed nothing. She has been trail riding alone sense day one or throw her in a group of a hundred doesn't matter. She is a go getter and will do anything to please. You could drop a bomb beside her and she wouldn't care. Absolutely amazing horse.
     

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