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        05-22-2012, 10:12 PM
      #2861
    Yearling
    Hunter...sorry that point escaped me and it has nothing to do with celebration daquari...lol
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        05-22-2012, 10:15 PM
      #2862
    Green Broke
    Ooooh daquari yum!
         
        05-22-2012, 10:42 PM
      #2863
    Green Broke
    About the mare-she was sold-went through an auction, a rescue, so whoever now owns her is the legal owner of the foal, but I would think no stud fee is due & the foal does not get papers. BUT, if somebody in her history wants the foal, & if it is for sale, & they want papers, then pay the stud fee & get the papers. Is a DNA test required for Freisans? Part Friesans?
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        05-22-2012, 11:10 PM
      #2864
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Cacowgirl    
    About the mare-she was sold-went through an auction, a rescue, so whoever now owns her is the legal owner of the foal, but I would think no stud fee is due & the foal does not get papers. BUT, if somebody in her history wants the foal, & if it is for sale, & they want papers, then pay the stud fee & get the papers. Is a DNA test required for Freisans? Part Friesans?
    Yes I think a DNA test will be requested
         
        05-22-2012, 11:16 PM
      #2865
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Susan Crumrine    
    With Grace....do I ride like you thought? LOL....I know I may look crazy in the beginning but I usually turn out a halfway decent riding horse.

    LOL Since I have never ridden Western, I don't know a thing about it, but I think you look awesome! I love to see others ride, I learn best by watching and I do think that all disciplines can learn from each other. And I like how Sophie moves!
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        05-23-2012, 12:28 AM
      #2866
    Yearling
    Susan, I love the word "smirkles". I think I need to know what a smirkle is, I think maybe I've ridden smirkles because I know they are NOT circles and they make people watching me smirk. Your new mare is beautiful!

    Grace, glad to hear the puffiness is less, keeping fingers crossed. I don't know if you're a believer in magnet therapy, but in humans they're shown to increase circulation. I got some tendon boots for Dallas when he had a tendon injury and fluid/swelling and they helped a lot, with the Sore-No-More witch hazel spray. (One can use this particular spray under these magnet boots). The ones I have look like this -- Dura-Tech® Magnetic Shin & Tendon Wraps (6 magnets) in Magnetic at Schneider Saddlery They held up really well and I would use them again if I had swelling in the lower leg. There's also a bell boot version if the swelling is lower....

    CW, tomorrow is Wednesday! Are you doing a 'happy dance'?
         
        05-23-2012, 01:26 AM
      #2867
    Trained
    Susan your mare looks happy
    Hunter I hope there is a good outcome on the foal also
    How is your pony
    WG I hope you have a good time with Kestrel

    Tomorrow is Belle day I hope it does not rain
    I will be asking about the saddle
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        05-23-2012, 01:30 AM
      #2868
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Susan Crumrine    
    Stan: you sound like a great husband! Lucky is the one who rules....

    CW: Anxiously awaiting riding photos...I just love your mare.

    Hunter: his face looks so painful, kiss him for me!

    With Grace; sorry to hear she is sore again. I would def. Consider rads....

    Here is my Sophie before her first ride outside the round pen...today.

    I knew you must live in Ohio when I saw this pict. It looks like my grandmother's backyard!:)
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        05-23-2012, 02:11 AM
      #2869
    Super Moderator
    Decent weather has arrived - yesterday was positively hot (UK standards) Going to be the same today.

    I actually managed to get some of the fencing done. We are all electric to divide the fields. As I do not use many of the paddocks in the winter the fact that a big old willow tree had come down shorting out the fencing didn't matter as I could isolate that section because it was not in use.
    As the fencer gives a good 'poke' the horses rarely touch it but of course, using the fields they do realise that it is off.
    Cleared the tree and places where the wire had broken through the rope were fixed.
    I will say that is a great satisfaction to see the horses touch the fence and hear the crack and they jump back several feet!

    I agree with Cacowgirl that whoever owns the mare now owns the foal.
    If you sell a car and leave a set of jump leads in the trunk then they are gone with the car.

    Off to get things started before it gets to hot!
         
        05-23-2012, 02:16 AM
      #2870
    Yearling
    Ladytrails - funny you should mention magnet therapy. I was just looking into it yesterday wondering if it might help!

    CW - have a wonderful Wednesday with Belle!
         

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