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    10-04-2010, 01:52 PM
BIG SMILES but nerves..... I bought 2 new horses last month, which takes my total to 3 ponies and 2 horses. 1 pony is retired, 1 is too young to even back, 1 is an amazing jumped that I often compete...1 horse is fab at dressage and the other I am just getting used to......
The winter has come and the competitions for championships have started......However (this is where the big smiles come in).....
I found out today that in may I will be a mummy!!
What do I do about the horses!!!!
If you hve been through a pregnncy with horses or are doing it at the moment......please give me some advice!!!!!!!
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    10-04-2010, 02:06 PM
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Would it be able to lease some of the horses out?

Congrats on your pregnancy!
    10-04-2010, 02:26 PM
My jumpinh pony is too nuts...we tried last year but out of 32 riders, nly one stayed on, and that was because she just walked!! :S he is a little crazy!!
The horses I might tho!! :)
Thank you as well :)
    10-04-2010, 03:56 PM
First off congrats!! It must be so exciting! I always love to hear the big news

Would any of your horses be available for leasing? I've had to take some time off for other reasons, but I've always simply pastured my horses while I was on time off and arranged for someone to feed my horses for me when I could not do it. If they are young or need special care and it kind of doesn't qualify them as a leasing option, then I would honestly consider putting them to rest and be horses while you take some time off.

Were you planning to ride and work with them through the beginning of your pregnancy?
    10-04-2010, 06:49 PM
Thank you :) I only found out today
I was planning to compete the 2 horses and my pony this winter and into srping, but I am having a may baby, and the 3 of them take alot of work so maybe I will put them to grass. The stables is right next to the house so I hope I am ok to go and bring them in/put them out when I have my bump!!!!!!

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