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post #7081 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 12:08 PM
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Good morning, or what's left of it. Had a nice ride at Duncan lake on OK. Cleaned house this am. Now deciding what I want to do next
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post #7082 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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Nu ... your pics were fabulous!
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post #7083 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 04:22 PM
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post #7084 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 04:35 PM
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Dang it! Someone beat me to the saddle yesterday evening. My daughter called him "the horse hopper".


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post #7085 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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Washing and braiding tails .. grazing and working horses ... I may never do housework again... *sigh* ... life is good..
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post #7086 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 05:40 PM
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Washing and braiding tails .. grazing and working horses ... I may never do housework again... *sigh* ... life is good..
Nuttin' wong with that idea. This is the sticker on the back of my van. Nuff said!

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post #7087 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 06:58 PM
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I should be cleaning house after swapping Colton back to my Ex, but I'm curled up on the recliner with my iPad...fiancÚ is snoring in the bed beside me, and the dog is snoring at my feet, lol.

After his little workout yesterday, Cash's right front was too sore to work him today :/. He's enjoying his break, but I'm annoyed, antsy, and worried. Wish I could make his hoof & sole regenerate faster.
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post #7088 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 09:03 PM
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Sorry Cyn! Does your farrier know how to use the Vettech products? They have a sole putty you can put in there - it stays for about 6 weeks giving protection similar to an easy boot, then falls off on it's own.

Had a decent time with hubby's family on Saturday, and did a bunch of yard cleanup/weedeating and general maintenance today. Even got a bareback ride in for awhile on the yellow horse and my welsh. Going to feel the inner thigh burn tomorrow no doubt! Busy week next week as well - oldest DD is having a bday and a friend stay over for two nights - mixed in with a day at Splashtown and Joe's Crab Shack. Back to that lovely little area of town near I45 I was just at on Friday. But at least I won't be driving this time.
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Clippityclop is finally getting to spend some time in the saddle!
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post #7089 of 10869 Old 07-28-2013, 09:47 PM
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I feel you on hoof problems, Cyn. Henny's got thin soles as well, averaging 9 mm. :/ I'm doing all I can right now to help him grow it back. He's on Farrier's Formula double strength, and I just put him on SmartSox - a supplement that's supposed to help increase blood flow to the hoof. He's not growing sole because he's not getting adequate hoof circulation so hopefully that helps him out. I cleaned out his feet this evening and it "looks"(hoping) that he's growing some sole in his heel area! Here's hoping. I also got some Durasole in transit to me that's supposed to help toughen the sole so they're not ouchy. Maybe you could look into that for Cash? It's only like 12 bucks so what have you got to lose?
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Sorry Cyn! Does your farrier know how to use the Vettech products? They have a sole putty you can put in there - it stays for about 6 weeks giving protection similar to an easy boot, then falls off on it's own.

Had a decent time with hubby's family on Saturday, and did a bunch of yard cleanup/weedeating and general maintenance today. Even got a bareback ride in for awhile on the yellow horse and my welsh. Going to feel the inner thigh burn tomorrow no doubt! Busy week next week as well - oldest DD is having a bday and a friend stay over for two nights - mixed in with a day at Splashtown and Joe's Crab Shack. Back to that lovely little area of town near I45 I was just at on Friday. But at least I won't be driving this time.
You can wave at the hospital when/if you pass through conroe ...
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