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        02-04-2013, 03:28 PM
      #3321
    Yearling
    Waiittttt how do you have so many pics of him?
         
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        02-04-2013, 03:31 PM
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    Green Broke
    LOL .. just googled arabian jumpers .. the first pic came up. Then I went to the site that picture came from. It's an ad with alot of pictures... Nothing special.. *wink*

    Game On - Arabian - Jumper Horse for Sale
         
        02-04-2013, 03:31 PM
      #3323
    Yearling
    Oh I thought you knew them or something. Im like "wait then why don't I know you!" lol
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        02-04-2013, 03:32 PM
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    Yearling
    Anybody else a sucker for exquisite braiding or plaiting skills? I love this - it is a wearable work of art...

    headstall.jpg

    The guy/gal says it takes several hundred feet of kangaroo leather and it is 8 plait. WOW! I would love one like this. It takes 3 months to make and it costs $500. With my luck it would last 10 minutes before getting rubbed off on a tree.
         
        02-04-2013, 03:33 PM
      #3325
    Green Broke
    ^^ sooo pretty.
         
        02-04-2013, 04:34 PM
      #3326
    Trained
    Anyone near Dallas that can build a website, post some pictures, and wants to work part time doing some paperwork? The website is for my stallion to promote his stud fee and a couple of horses I want to sell or give away. Oh and teach me a few technical tricks such as posting pictures and links on this forum.
    I am not technically savvy and Texasgal can testify to that. I am willing to pay and the job will be part itme .
    I have a couple of offers but not from knowlegable horsemen. Shalom
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        02-04-2013, 04:41 PM
      #3327
    Yearling
    TBJ, let us know the dates of that Las Colinas show, I will do my best to make it, I work in Las Colinas so I'm familiar with the area!
         
        02-04-2013, 07:45 PM
      #3328
    Green Broke
    Round pen? Think I will ... as soon as I can.

    Walked the wild man to a neighbor's (about a half mile) to borrow the round pen. Wish I had my camera ... he was trying to be an Arab.(Gunner, not the neighbor).hehe...

    Anyway, he burned some energy and was a different horse on the walk home.

    Not sure the eye is any better....
         
        02-04-2013, 09:34 PM
      #3329
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by nuisance    
    I was brushing out my new mare, Lil, friday. I have brushed her out, cleaned her hooves, but haven't really paid much attn to her tail. She had alot of hay in it, so I started working on her tail. Noticed her vulva is sewed!!! I'm really hoping they didn't breed her and sew it. I'm hoping it's something leftover from her racing day. Now, I just have to get the crazy thing in the trailer, so I can get her to the vet to check it out! That's her pictured above. She doesn't "look" pregnant, I would think they would breed her to have a baby soon....
    Okay .. was in the bathtub and remembered this post (don't ask!) ....

    Caslicks are done for several reasons. Usually because of the anatomy of the mare .. bred or not. However, if she is bred, then those sutures need to come out prior to foaling (obviously). I would have her checked!
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        02-05-2013, 09:37 AM
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    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by texasgal    
    Okay .. was in the bathtub and remembered this post (don't ask!) ....

    Caslicks are done for several reasons. Usually because of the anatomy of the mare .. bred or not. However, if she is bred, then those sutures need to come out prior to foaling (obviously). I would have her checked!

    As soon as I can get her in a horse trailer, I will take her to the vet. Worked with her more last night, until it got dark, don't have much time after work before it gets dark, **** you day light savings time!. Dad brought his 4 horse stock trailer over. She would put one foot in it, then back up. Just going to take time and patience. I hope I have enough patience to see it through! Lol

    I talked with my BF growing up, who is a vet in Oregon now. She told me there were other reasons that she could be sewed up.
    Thanks

    ETA: isn't if funny the things we think of when we're in the bathroom! Lol
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