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post #11531 of 29438 Old 07-15-2013, 04:45 PM Thread Starter
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Yes looks like its healing

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post #11532 of 29438 Old 07-15-2013, 05:50 PM
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2 pics of Tommy-he saw the camera & posed. He's short (just under 15 hands)but big.
Have a hard time keeping up w/you guys,am not on enough! Lori,so glad your horse is okay. Told my instructor 'bout that,& she showed me a bent rail where a boarding mare had gotten caught kicking out w/both feet.Ouch.

Nicker,your pics of your horse cracked me up!

"All" I did this morning was poo-duty.Next week Janice is going to teach me ground things & body language,besides getting on (if there's time).
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post #11533 of 29438 Old 07-15-2013, 05:53 PM
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Nice looking fella.

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post #11534 of 29438 Old 07-15-2013, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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TJ Tommy looks cute
love his marking

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post #11535 of 29438 Old 07-15-2013, 06:41 PM
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ooops..2nd pic didn't get thru,here it is:TTommy's sweet-natured,his owner rightfully adores him. He's an unregistered Navajo paint,but has his mark for grazing on his own land.
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good idea
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post #11537 of 29438 Old 07-15-2013, 06:48 PM Thread Starter
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how does he ride?

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post #11538 of 29438 Old 07-15-2013, 07:19 PM
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Country Woman: as a returning beginner-beginning-again,have just walked Tommy.Like sitting on a couch.Last week Janice got on him to demonstrate his ride.Really smooth.She laughed,said he has "one gear":walk! She got him into a trot,& told me his trot is smooth & "wide".He has a big stride.He'll be a good lesson horse for me.He's a trail/trekker kind of a guy.I learned alot last week,w/walking & reining & turning,& the minute I was unsure he just...stopped,till I worked it out.Can't wait to get competent enough for his big,soft trot.This SkyView place,& Janice,is very good for me,after my past,I can finally LEARN.

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I had posted earlier how I've been using No Thrush on Jay's feet.

I also stated that on his rear foot he had a cut and the thrush had entered it as well as 'scabbed or scarred over'.

Here are before and after two week shots......amazing I think!
No wonder his foot hurt him! I am so glad he is so much better!!
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post #11540 of 29438 Old 07-15-2013, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Country Woman: as a returning beginner-beginning-again,have just walked Tommy.Like sitting on a couch.Last week Janice got on him to demonstrate his ride.Really smooth.She laughed,said he has "one gear":walk! She got him into a trot,& told me his trot is smooth & "wide".He has a big stride.He'll be a good lesson horse for me.He's a trail/trekker kind of a guy.I learned alot last week,w/walking & reining & turning,& the minute I was unsure he just...stopped,till I worked it out.Can't wait to get competent enough for his big,soft trot.This SkyView place,& Janice,is very good for me,after my past,I can finally LEARN.
He would be good for me lol
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