02-07-2012, 10:51 PM
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Ok. Well I just changed the brand of her feed to breeder pellots instead of normal pellots but about 2 months ago I have been slowely increasing it. That is what the first vet said to do but now with this I am not so sure... When we first found out she was getting her normal amount of feed which is 2 scoops of lucent and chaff and 1 scoop of pellots morning and night. She also has her coat taken of morning and night and brushed about once every 1-2 days. She has been getting light excersise too. I had to stop riding her when I had a huge fall of her and had bad injuries. I tried to ride her again about 2 months ago but she seemed in pain when I did up the girth and as soon as I moved my legs near her stomach (I hadn't even kicked for her to move I just moved them to put them in the stirrups) she almost went through the fence. She is a really well behaved horse and has never done anything like that before so I thought that it must hurt her for me to ride so I stopped riding and just did light lunging. The vet that I got out was supposed to be a equine vet that specialised in reproduction but I am not so sure. One more question, which type of hay do I put down in the stall?