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    03-27-2013, 01:26 AM
Originally Posted by Trinity3205    
Do you ever just trail ride her? Somewhere with some hills she has to climb and dgo down,
Yes and if at all possible, keep her in that kind of environment. I have seen so many horses get better or worse due to the environment they're kept. I have a couple of clients who have old, arthritic horses that have been on pentezan for some time, very stiff & hard to do their hind feet(got to be done under the horse & no more than 1' off the ground), who have recently moved their horses from flat, cushy paddocks onto steep, rocky land & boy, the difference! One horse is off Pentezan for the first time in a few years & I can do their feet like a 'normal' horse!
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    03-27-2013, 01:57 AM
Ditto that. Use it or loose it I guess. I've also notices horses doing better in more diverse environments. Stalling and small cushy flat lots are the worst thing you can do unless there is an injury that requires it.
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