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        03-07-2013, 01:55 AM
      #7421
    Yearling
    Oobiedoo- oh my gosh that wound looks painful! Hope it heals well, and that your able to find some manuka for it!

    Thanks ladytrails! I'll be sure to post some pics if we make it ok. Training went well today, had her in the double bridle for the first time in 6 months. What a difference! She goes so much better in it, no fighting, was on level, and really motoring from the hind. Good trainers are priceless!
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        03-07-2013, 02:57 AM
      #7422
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    Originally Posted by oobiedoo    
    Critter Sitter and Stan,
    Thanks for the help. Here's pics of Star, when it happened and 4 days after being stitched up. Ponies ! Hope they show up, this has taken the longest to be able to attach, from phone to email to computer to message Arrrgh.
    Nasty owie
    Is he ok now
         
        03-07-2013, 03:01 AM
      #7423
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    Stella saying her goodby to Kate

    Kate went to her new owner this morning. Came home from work this evening fed the horses, one missing, its quiet, kate is a very vocal horse. The new owner said he wanted his horse to be his friend. Well if he is patient kate will be that she responds well to the right people.

    Stella started to mumble to let me know she was still here and waiting for her feed. Pulls one back to reality. But it is quiet. So is Roslyn
         
        03-07-2013, 03:02 AM
      #7424
    Trained
    With Grace good luck with the show drive safely
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        03-07-2013, 03:04 AM
      #7425
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by Stan    
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    Stella saying her goodby to Kate

    Kate went to her new owner this morning. Came home from work this evening fed the horses, one missing, its quiet, kate is a very vocal horse. The new owner said he wanted his horse to be his friend. Well if he is patient kate will be that she responds well to the right people.

    Stella started to mumble to let me know she was still here and waiting for her feed. Pulls one back to reality. But it is quiet. So is Roslyn
    Awe Stan Hugs to you and your family
    And hugs for Stella as well
         
        03-07-2013, 04:18 AM
      #7426
    Banned
    Ouch that is one nasty wound. I'd have to be sedated if I went out to the barn and saw that.


    I haven't kept up with this conversation, and there's been too much that has passed for me to catch up now.

    Stan, I am happy to hear that you found a good home for Kate.
         
        03-07-2013, 08:30 AM
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    You have a cute vet???? Lucky!
    Yes very actually and personable and reasonable. He is also a equine chiropractor here is Adam the DMV

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        03-07-2013, 08:35 AM
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    Hugs Stan I know just how your feeling. Although graces new owner sent me a text to express how happy she is with grace they went for a nice long ride yesterday. She said she actually could relax on grace she is in love with her. That makes me feel good anot re homing her.
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    Stella saying her goodby to Kate

    Kate went to her new owner this morning. Came home from work this evening fed the horses, one missing, its quiet, kate is a very vocal horse. The new owner said he wanted his horse to be his friend. Well if he is patient kate will be that she responds well to the right people.

    Stella started to mumble to let me know she was still here and waiting for her feed. Pulls one back to reality. But it is quiet. So is Roslyn
    Posted via Mobile Device
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        03-07-2013, 09:43 AM
      #7429
    Trained
    Oobiedoo, that looks painful!! Wow. It looks like she caught it on a nail and pulled. Ouch! I'm glad that you found her before it got infected and messed up.
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        03-07-2013, 11:39 AM
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    Originally Posted by Critter sitter    
    I am a HUGE fan of Dr underwoods Horse med.
    Manuka honey is a far more versitle product. If it does not do the job you can have it on toast with a nice hot cup of tea. Not coffee it spoils the taste. :)
    sitting here reading this as I sip on my Caramelishous latte coffee.
    I like the ease of Underwoods I will post befor and after pictures of graces Cut she got a month ago.


    This was after a trailer got in her way of throwing a hissy fit No stiches were used at all just underwoods sprayed on 2 x a day with a sprinkle of baking powder after. For one week


    This one is Monday at her new home You can barely see where the cut was.
    It was less than a month of healing



    And another picture her new Mommy sent me yesterday she Is so happy with her
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