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        11-21-2012, 03:56 PM
      #21
    Banned
    I predicated my statement on the basis that the horse has full time access to shelter, water and hay. I lived in the PNW and my horses had the choice to go in the shelter or stay out. Letting a horse get rain rot to that degree is sheer abuse and neglect and putting a blanket on a horse and never checking would have been just as bad. Did the horse also have a raging case of thrush?

    I know I tend to be blunt, I will make more of an effort to try and see how my statements come across.
         
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        11-25-2012, 03:36 PM
      #22
    Showing
    I wouldn't be too concerned if she doesn't report minor injuries to you. People with a lot of horse experience know what needs to be reported and what will be fine if left alone. I'm wondering if youk new immediatly of a fresh scrape if you'd be hurrying to put some sort of medication on it rather than allow it to heal on it's own.
         
        11-25-2012, 05:23 PM
      #23
    Trained
    Not reporting an injury is one thing but flat out not noticing it is another. She never looks over horses, checks for shoes or anything. She simply doesn't notice. I was always taught that as a care provider you should be looking over the horses as you feed them. Maybe it was just a quirk of the barns I was at before.
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        11-25-2012, 07:07 PM
      #24
    Yearling
    God, where do you LIVE? $470? That's cheap. My full board is $800 a month (work off $200 so I pay $600).
         
        11-25-2012, 09:16 PM
      #25
    Trained
    My horse is in Ijamsville MD.

    Self care field board (hay, shelter and water provided) is $200. She has all kinds of tiers including "full care" and "partial care". Her self care includes hay as needed which is huge IMO.

    We ended up going with a partial care where she gives him his feed and turns him out in the morning and I feed and bring him in at night. So I'm not at the $470 mark. I just leave a note regarding which blanket if any I want on him for the next day.

    $800 a month would either be a mid level barn with training or the low range of a high end barn here.
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