Originally Posted by PrincessBarbie View Post
I gave her fresh water yesterday in a small bucket and she loved it I
I will sneak and get some good quality hay myself and my friend says she does not need no hay nor rice bran but I think she does.
I will ask horse owners what they did to make their horse look good and how they keep weight on them.I have loved horses all my life it runs in my mom's side of the family.My great-grandfather owned Clydesdales.I will do what it takes to get the care she needs.
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1) I see future tense, not past tense. HAVE YOU FED THIS HORSE SOME HAY? Because right now, i'm still seeing the "will do it in the future" that has dominated this thread.
Did I miss something here? I reread twice. =(
2) Thank you for giving her fresh water. I'm sure she appreciates it.
3) You've been given the same or similar advice over and over for how to feed her. If you want to ask at the show, that is your prerogative, but as others have said, the needs of a show horse are going to be different from your horse, sitting in the field and suffering from malnourishment.
I see you keep saying that you will do what you need to do for your horse. You may or not be making steps.
I don't know either way. I searched for your youtube video, but didn't see it. It would be really helpful if you posted a link.
4) You say you can only access the local library, but I will tell you right now that they probably have books on horse care. Have you read them?
I was going to say, you clearly have internet on your phone. I'd say buy some books through Amazon or Ebay, where they are super cheap, but if you're "on a budget"...
Well let's just say that many, many books, magazines and articles can be acquired through the internet, LEGITIMATELY or via torrents.
Again, if you are not a troll and you love your horse, then stop saying YOU WILL DO IT (in the future), and do whatever you have to to take care of it now. =/
We were all new once, we all started somewhere. At some point we all sat down and learned what needed to be done...or are still in the process of learning ;)