Does this seem to hapen to anyone else.. I see the random horses pics on the top of the page and click on them occasionaly to see the horses bio, and like 1/2 the time the horse is dead.. kind of like hey that horse is cool... this horse has moved on.. kinda depressing in a sense...lol
Has anyone here ever had a horse that was "hock Sore"? Or your horse dragging their back toe? My older mare does this and I just noticed! I read an article that it means that their hocks are well...basically hurting. She is supposed to go to the chiropractor soon. Does anyone have any exercises or any extra things to help soothe her. I also have a few more questions.
Does this effect her flexibility?
Does it effect the way we run barrels? :o
If anyone could give me some tips id be awesome! I want to do my best to keep her comfortable!!!
A friend of mine uses this to help her older mare, just rubs it on the knees, hocks, and along her back. Whether or not it works I don't know, don't see why it wouldn't. Hopefully someone can give you a bit more advise.
There has been a tow truck sitting in front of my house for the last hour now... I know he's not here for me.. but still why is he in front of my house.. sitting in the truck.. my one car is paid off and the other is currant ( had to go online to check just to be sure...lol) so I know its not for me.. but how long can he sit in front of my house before I say something to him? Or just leave it alone.. since my father used to work for an auto company and used to do the repoing of vehicles.. it makes me nervous to see a tow truck in front of someones house
I did.. he was looking for the previous owner of the house.. man I wish whomever lived here before would update their crap.. I've had repo men in the middle of the night wake me up.. mail, phone calls... this house was vacant a year and a half before we bought it and weve lived here going on 4 months.. I mean.. is everyone that far behind