Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Central Texas, easily mistaken for a big bowl of dust!!
I have a trainer right down the road from where I'll be keeping him/her. She was also my instructor all summer for barrel racing. Is there anything I should look out for? There's a paint mare, who was super super sweet. Very well behaved. And actually in good weight... But her front legs around her cannon bones APPEARS to be swollen.. What could cause that? There's a grey gelding who I also like, he was chewin hg some hay (crappy hay) and he was kinda gaping him mouth open to chew it seemed.. sound like teeth problems? There's a sorrel gelding who the guy whose helping me pick up the horse and all thinks he rides. He has big white saddle spot, for a saddle that fit bad right? But then again that's probably a good sign he has been ridden correct? I just am not sure!
And there's also three young ones 2-3 year old. Two grullas, one blue roan. All gorgeous.. Should I take a baby and give it a chance to have a great life? But sacrafice barrel racing for a little while? How on earth do you choose?
I'm also thinking, that once I have a solid income, and the first horse I get is completley rehabilitated, I want to start bringing in one horse, and rehabilitating it. I want to get his health good, make sure his training is solid, and them rehome him to an actual home who will care for him.
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