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    11-05-2007, 07:02 AM
  #11
Trained
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Originally Posted by Vidaloco
We must not have ravens. I have never seen anything sitting on the back of the horses except us. I think I would have to start doing some target practice with the bb gun.
lol careful not to hit the horsey
     
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    11-05-2007, 02:49 PM
  #12
Yearling
Yes, Jazzyrider, that is one of our horses' many raven friends! :) As for target practice with the bird, I believe that they may be protected in this area :)

Our horses seem not to even notice the birds hop from back to back, they must be enjoying something the birds are doing ?? Maybe it feels like a nice back scratch?
     
    11-06-2007, 11:38 AM
  #13
Showing
Whew, glad she's okay! :)
Maybe the humidity got to her or something.
     
    11-07-2007, 01:55 AM
  #14
Trained
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Originally Posted by AKPaintLover
Yes, Jazzyrider, that is one of our horses' many raven friends! :) As for target practice with the bird, I believe that they may be protected in this area :)

Our horses seem not to even notice the birds hop from back to back, they must be enjoying something the birds are doing ?? Maybe it feels like a nice back scratch?
wow! If you don't have many there you can sure have some of ours ;)

Yeah, I've never seen a horse get too annoyed by the birds. Im the one who gets the most annoyed at them pooping :)

Poptartshop - yes, she's all good :) apart from her lameness now lol its always something with that old girl
     
    11-07-2007, 02:08 AM
  #15
Weanling
A horse at the barn here did that once. The horse was tying-up. We gave her some muscle relaxers and she was fine. The girl riding her had riden 10-15 minutes before she got off and came back to the barn because the horse felt a little funny. As we untacked her she got more and more sweaty, and started to show signs of stiffness in her back end, which is when we gave her a shot of the relaxers. Tying-up can be very dangerous and can come out of seemingly no where like a change of feed, work load, or not cooling out a horse properly.
     
    11-07-2007, 02:29 AM
  #16
Trained
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Originally Posted by ponypile
A horse at the barn here did that once. The horse was tying-up. We gave her some muscle relaxers and she was fine. The girl riding her had riden 10-15 minutes before she got off and came back to the barn because the horse felt a little funny. As we untacked her she got more and more sweaty, and started to show signs of stiffness in her back end, which is when we gave her a shot of the relaxers. Tying-up can be very dangerous and can come out of seemingly no where like a change of feed, work load, or not cooling out a horse properly.
thanks, I know what tying up is. She wasnt worked anywhere near hard enough to tie up, plus so gets a daily balance of electrolytes of which she had already had by the time the sweating started. If she had tied up I would have known.

Thanks though :)
     

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