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From first day home,through sickness and currently

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        06-04-2012, 08:50 PM
    Green Broke
    Talking From first day home,through sickness and currently

    Would like to get your opinions on my boy I have posted pictures before but these are the best from all the change we have been through

    1st photo is his first day home August 2nd 2011
    2nd pictures is in January when he had Pnuemona and he was very sick, could feel all his ribs and almost had to admit him to Pilchuck Vet (he was sick for about 3 months Late Nov to mid Jan)
    3rd picture is in March When he was going back to work with my last trainer
    4th Picture is him at home May 3rd 2012 just started back to work after just do flat work and little jumping

    So August to May...I know its now June I don't have any good conformation pictures to show his muscle change as of today but that will be posted on here tomorrow after I go see him and hopefully get some freaikking video of him working so well!

    Any thoaghts on my boy
    He is a 6 yr Dutch/TB
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        06-05-2012, 06:57 AM
    Green Broke
    He's certainly looking much better. Glad he's over his rough patch.
        06-05-2012, 12:56 PM
    In the last picture he's beautiful and....shiny! He's looking great!
        06-05-2012, 02:44 PM
    He is a looker. What kind of feed so you feed
        06-05-2012, 03:09 PM
    Green Broke
    Het bets grass/toothy hay, about 10 pounds both am and pm and very small amount of grain, half scoop of a complete feed, blanking the name at the moment, a pinch of garlic and his dynapro :) he was gets 30-40 minutes of grass turnout at least 5 days a week :)

    Thanks he really is looking so much better!

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