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        02-18-2013, 12:58 PM
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    I use devils claw for my horse too! The results are amazing! She is 28 or 29 y.o. And can keep up with the younger ones!
    How would it go for the over 40, could it help me. I have often thought it would be nice to be able to keep up with the younger one.
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        02-18-2013, 01:30 PM
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    Weanling
    When I stated that when you are over 70 sex is overrated I was speaking as one who was always experiencing some kind of sex related relationship difficulty when he was less than 70. It's kind of nice to kick back, relax and and be hypocritical. I had a college friend who had his whole life mapped out at a young age. He said he was going to sow wild oats until he was 50 and then hunt and fish for the rest of his life. There are some things more important than sex. Of course, in the middle of winter before the ice thaw when you can't hook your horse to the buggy....
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        02-18-2013, 02:42 PM
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    Trained
    Hi you all nice to see you all again

    The weather here is cool
         
        02-19-2013, 03:04 AM
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    I have a delema. A trek this weekend to raise money for one of the local schools and I have decided to take Stella, Bugs can get a little more experience on his own for a little longer.

    My problem is this. Stella has lost a couple of shoes front and rear on the right side. The farrier can't get here until next week so I am considering taking her as she is, but that would mean she would have the front and back legs on her right side shorter, than her left side. Would that not mean she would end up walking in an ever decreasing circle to the right, and eventually ending up where she started from and not compleating the trek. Can't make up my mind walking in a circle has little appeal but, on the other hand, (county song) she needs the exercise.
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        02-19-2013, 08:04 AM
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    Not sure Stan bug that may make Stella a very sore
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        02-19-2013, 01:14 PM
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    Green Broke
    Either take off the other shoes or don't ride her Stan. Maybe you should take bugs
         
        02-19-2013, 02:20 PM
      #7187
    Weanling
    Stan, ordinarily, riding minus a shoe won't bother the horse any and the hoof is usually long enough that it won't cause a lot of damage but that depends on the hoof wall. Also how far you are riding. Some horses break their walls up standing in a stall. In this case since you have lost two shoes already the other two could also be loose. The danger is with the loose shoe rotating on the foot and cutting the opposite leg. I would at least pull the shoes.
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        02-19-2013, 08:32 PM
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    Not sure Stan bug that may make Stella a very sore
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    Critter sitter your statement at the end of your page.

    Don't flatter your self cowboy I was looking at your horse.

    Not true!!!
    Why I hear you ask. Well, if you wern't looking, you would not have needed to of thought of the saying to cover what you were truely doing. Looking at the cowboy.

    Worm your way out of that.
         
        02-19-2013, 11:15 PM
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    Trained
    Like Hunter said take the other shoes off
         
        02-20-2013, 12:05 AM
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    Lol Stan very well stated. But if in standing there drooling over a horse and a cowboy mistakenly thinks in drooling over them and asks. That's what I would tell them. ;)!

    I once had a man Approach me at the bar. He said in a sweet southern drawl. "**** girl you look good in those jeans" mind you I was 26 at the time.. I turned to him and said in a sweet voice. " I'm glad it pleases you but it's only here to tease you "


    Have a great night.
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    Critter sitter your statement at the end of your page.

    Don't flatter your self cowboy I was looking at your horse.

    Not true!!!
    Why I hear you ask. Well, if you wern't looking, you would not have needed to of thought of the saying to cover what you were truely doing. Looking at the cowboy.

    Worm your way out of that.
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