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        06-18-2013, 04:20 PM
      #10661
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    OMG why do I look at these??? horses need to go soon it has me in tears! That mare is prob bred to that stud colt!! And look how skinny she is.. and he has what looks like a halter that they tried to get on him. **** I am going to send this to the rescue here.
         
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        06-18-2013, 04:28 PM
      #10662
    Weanling
    Honestly I've seen worse. For that price someone will probably see their potential, buy them and fatten them up.

    Rick, have you ever used the herculiner roll on bed liner? I started a thread a while back but am not getting much feed back. Thinking of using it in my tie stalls.
         
        06-18-2013, 04:30 PM
      #10663
    Trained
    What is it that Rick is being blamed for? The rain? Rick, did you do a rain dance?
         
        06-18-2013, 04:31 PM
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Farmchic    
    Honestly I've seen worse. For that price someone will probably see their potential, buy them and fatten them up.

    Rick, have you ever used the herculiner roll on bed liner? I started a thread a while back but am not getting much feed back. Thinking of using it in my tie stalls.
    around here they will go to the kill buyer
         
        06-18-2013, 04:34 PM
      #10665
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Celeste    
    What is it that Rick is being blamed for? The rain? Rick, did you do a rain dance?
    What is he Not being blamed for is the better question.
    LOL
    Rain
    Me getting busy and not getting to go .
    The **** jack hammer pounding outside.......
    The price of gas
    The womanly once a month Crud..

    Shall I go on
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        06-18-2013, 04:56 PM
      #10666
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Farmchic    
    Honestly I've seen worse. For that price someone will probably see their potential, buy them and fatten them up.

    Rick, have you ever used the herculiner roll on bed liner? I started a thread a while back but am not getting much feed back. Thinking of using it in my tie stalls.
    Yes, I have used it. It is a good product as long as you use the UV protectant with it in sunlight or it will fade. I would not use it where you will have lots of dirt/mud because I have seen it set up stains than never come out.

    I would suggest this product over any other liner type paint.

    Monstaliner do-it-yourself roll-on truck bed liner outperforms Herculiner Bed Liner, Duplicolor and Rustoleum Road Warrior

    I will advise you that the prep work is 95% of the job in getting a great finish on any paint job. I have used Duplicolor bedliner paint from the local parts house and have had amazing results with it on bumpers I've built for off-road rigs. They beat them on the rocks pretty hard and it holds up very good.

    The thing I like about the monstaliner is the color choices. Just think of how much you could brighten up a barn to the eye with some color. I am not a hippie mind you, but could see highlighting some things in the barn to really make certain attractions pop.
         
        06-18-2013, 05:24 PM
      #10667
    Green Broke
    Alex your mom is beautiful!

    Has anyone seen CW?
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        06-18-2013, 05:33 PM
      #10668
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Hunter65    
    Alex your mom is beautiful!

    Has anyone seen CW?
    I think she said she would be spending alot of time working on the new place and would be long stints of no contact.
         
        06-18-2013, 10:42 PM
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    Hi all! Phew! What a whirlwind of a day!! We of course went shopping...I love this tack shop I go to, but it's a good 11/2 hours a way, then I spend a good hour or more there, lunch, then home....the day is GONE! Got home long enough to drop the goodies......I bought out the store...girth, pad, Corona cream(so much cheaper there), bit, chin strap, breast collar.....

    Here's something..kris used a dutton bit on JJ, so I got on line and ordered one...gotten email during lunch telling me it would be at least two weeks until it was shipped bc they are hand forged! I don't want to wait THAT long to rode him. Luckily I had a picture of his bit, and found one at the tack store that was very, very similar, so I bought it. Thinking if I am happy with it, I will cancel the order, but I hear these bits are great

    So...got home in time to feed and brought the horses in from the heat. We decided mom would leave them out tonight when it is cool. I'm a bit nervous, this will be jays first night outside at night. I want to do this until I have him in the paddock that has the sunshade. Ultimately we would like them coming and going freely from their stalls all the time...Rainn does that now, but I'm still waiting to put them together.

    Now that I have my goodies, I'm ready to jump on! I'm a bit nervous tho....what if he isn't as calm as he was at Kris's? He is still low key on the ground....I'm just weary.

    Vet coming tomorrow to check rainn's skin issue. Her hind end and shoulders are looking better, but her face is nearly bald of hair.-(. It appears whatever it is is spreading, yet her skin appears to be healthy....the Corona cream REALLY works!! Since I've been home from TX I've slathered it on certain parts and I already see hair growing back.

    How's THAT for an update!
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        06-18-2013, 10:52 PM
      #10670
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    Critter, wasn't it you that mentioned having your horse on MSM?

    I put Rainn on a senior formula supplement and it has 1000 or 3000 grams or mg...can't remember in it. I say an improvement in her gimpiness, but really not enough to ride her long or consistently. Btw, she had a fence accident and has a lot of scar tissue around her pastern area of her front leg. I wa thinking of taking her off the senior formula (I don't see any benefits, just a lot of $$$$ out of my pocket) and switch her to 10,000 g/ mg whatever the serving is...of pure MSM.

    From what I have researched, it seems to really help in soreness. She is still very viable, so I want to help her stiffness. Once I put her on a day of bute, she was SO happy and really WENT. Will the higher dose of MSM help like that? I really want her comfortable. And I want to use her!

    Thanks!!
         

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