Originally Posted by Dumas'_Grrrl
I'm going to agree with New Image. I think I'd keep the course with his feed until at least the end of Feb. Or even Mid March. Then I'd take another good look at him. The winter fuzzies hide a lot. I don't think he looks over or underweight. Once spring arrives and you get a better idea of what kind of riding schedule you will be able to work out you can evaluate the feed then. If you're going to start working him, he'll need the feed/hay for energy so I wouldn't necessarily cut back.
You've done a great job with him, I think he's one of the most adorable fellas ever. I love his "mutty-ness"
I see TB and QH for sure but on this guy it just doesn't matter. He's SO CUTE!!!!
Dumas, I keep wanting to wipe your avatar off my screen-it's hilarious. It gets me every single time!
Great, I'll keep on his regiment. I'm riding him in the snow every weekend, it's the weeknights that are tough. Right now he has some bruising on his sole so I don't know if I should be riding him. The farrier's coming out this week
And thanks, I think he's pretty darn cute too!