Thanks for your support and your thoughts. You know Tiny (my gelding) may have his issues, but I could never get rid of him!
I just was out to the ranch and hand walked him for 30 min. It was 16 degrees out. Ugg.
I will PM you with more of his story.
Yes I am skeptical of testimonials as well. He has been on Grand HA for a while now, but it is a pain in the butt to feed as it is a powder...
When my dad suggested to try it I had already been considering chaging to something different for a while.
The vet told me I could ride him and it wouldn't hurt him, but I don't have a saddle the fits him, so I stopped riding him. I had it arranged to have a chiro that had worked on him when he was at my folk's ranch, but the weather has interferred with that plan so we are waiting and plan to reschedule
Just because I cannot do a lot with him doesn't mean I want to get rid of him...he was so there for me when I was an injured person! He knew when I was sad or hurting. He has his "mental" quirks too, but I love every bit of him....lol
When I realized he was not going to be an athlete, and that I actually had a desire to potentially show again at some point, I decided to get a second horse. That is when I got my mare Candi.
Both are bred by my family. Candi is about to be sent out for training..."big sigh"
I will miss her, but it will give me more time to spend with Tiny.