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post #11 of 12 Old 11-22-2010, 09:35 PM
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Thanks guys. Im sure we will get her feet fixed. I just may take having him out every 2 weeks for a couple months. Once her feet are done and decent... gonna start breaking her.
Put her in the cross ties saturday when I got her home.... she was not a fan. She's got some pretty good halter burns. She even set back so bad she ended up laying down with the crossties holding her head up. (I had a friend there... they were worried about her choking... which she cleary wasnt.) After about a minute on the ground she goy up and stood there like an angel the rest of the time. And yesterday she stood great while I brushed her and hosed her off.
So shes coming along already.

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