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  • Exercies for a haflinger thats overweight

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    10-02-2013, 12:44 AM
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Trained
Like any living thing that is overweight, less food and more exercise. But she sure is a cutey pie!
     
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    10-03-2013, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by spirit88    
She's way to fat picture shows how fat she is. She in serious need of weight lose.
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Wait? What? She is fat?

Yeah.
Got that.


She moved to another friends barn where she can be worked when I am not there, and is on a dry lot with a slow feed haybag.

Plan is to ride or lunge every day.

New property has lot of up and down trails.
Any suggestions for not getting bored out of my mind while doing arena work would be helpful.
     
    10-03-2013, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by fadedoak    
Wait? What? She is fat?

Yeah.
Got that.


She moved to another friends barn where she can be worked when I am not there, and is on a dry lot with a slow feed haybag.

Plan is to ride or lunge every day.

New property has lot of up and down trails.
Any suggestions for not getting bored out of my mind while doing arena work would be helpful.
What arena work do you do? What sort of riding?
     

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