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        05-19-2013, 08:28 PM
      #9151
    Trained
    I agree with grace
    Hoping the mare is in foal

    Love babies
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        05-19-2013, 08:30 PM
      #9152
    Foal
    In non-horse things. My daughter just dislocated her left kneecap and could use some prayers.

    This could throw a monkey wrench into our horse plans. When this happened with her right knee previously, she had surgery and was off horses for 6 months.
         
        05-19-2013, 08:32 PM
      #9153
    Trained
    Dave, I am sorry to hear about your daughter. I hope she gets well soon.
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        05-19-2013, 08:33 PM
      #9154
    Trained
    Dave I will be praying for your daughter
    I hope its not too serious
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        05-19-2013, 08:42 PM
      #9155
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    Originally Posted by AnotherHorseDad    
    In non-horse things. My daughter just dislocated her left kneecap and could use some prayers.

    This could throw a monkey wrench into our horse plans. When this happened with her right knee previously, she had surgery and was off horses for 6 months.
    So sorry to hear. Was this a horse related injury?

    I think that lots here ... oh heck... we all have had our set-backs over the years and have had to work to adjust how they ride or how to be around horses AFTER some recovery time.

    Please feel free to vent, or just talk.
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        05-19-2013, 08:49 PM
      #9156
    Foal
    The issues is that she inherited my genes. The right knee was much worse and required patella-femoral reconstruction. It was 6 months of recovery and PT before she was allowed back on a horse.

    Best case scenario, this is a one time thing. Worse case, it's more surgery.

    The problem is that it doesn't require athletic exertion. Tonight, she was just walking our dog.
         
        05-19-2013, 10:40 PM
      #9157
    Started
    Hi all! Back from the mountains!!! . We are safe and had a great time!! Just caught up.....gosh lots to read.....I was grillin a steak and it got cold as I was reading all the posts!

    I have plenty to share and comment...but too exhausted ( I think I'm getting OLD!). Hahaha. I'll post tomorrow. I took the day off.....I know from past years, we are whipped after this tour!

    Talk soon!🐴
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        05-19-2013, 11:46 PM
      #9158
    Weanling
    Sereno will this be your first foal? Sorry to hear about the hay. I've been counting mine and hope that we have enough to last until we get a cutting. We didn't get near as much put up last year as normal due to the drought. I need to get my preg. Mare off the pasture by the end of the month so hopefully we or someone we know will have cut some alfalfa by then.
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        05-20-2013, 02:10 AM
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    Originally Posted by Country Woman    
    there is nothing new on the horse yet
    We are moving soon
    I thought you had just got settled into a place and painted it.
         
        05-20-2013, 02:25 AM
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    Originally Posted by AnotherHorseDad    
    In non-horse things. My daughter just dislocated her left kneecap and could use some prayers.

    This could throw a monkey wrench into our horse plans. When this happened with her right knee previously, she had surgery and was off horses for 6 months.
    Not to sound hard, your daughter may be off the horse for a while however you could continue and that would be an insentive to your daughter to progress in her recovery. I know she will apply the pressure. How mean of dad to go off riding when I can't. But think of the stories you could tell us.
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