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        10-08-2013, 04:58 PM
      #8531
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    Oh DBA, those are a pain, but manageable. Did the vet say what kind of corrective shoe or y'all leaving that up to the farrier?
         
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        10-08-2013, 05:08 PM
      #8532
    Trained
    When I get back if your husband is available next tuesday I want to discuss it with him. He is my hoof expert. Shalom
         
        10-08-2013, 05:45 PM
      #8533
    Yearling
    Well dadgum! Sorry it's an abscess, but much better than a ton of things it could have been! Good luck!
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        10-09-2013, 02:23 PM
      #8534
    Yearling
    Where is everyone this am? DBA, How's Sam?.... and my CRS is kicking in, how are all the other injured and non injured horses?

    I'm so looking forward to next weekends ride in Era! My riding buddy's DH isn't going to be able to go, so it's just going to be us! We're thinking of driving to the Grasslands friday, when I get off work (at noon). Ride that evening, then drive the 30-45 min. To the ride Sat. Am. Hope it works our that way.

    Hope everyone's having a good day!
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        10-09-2013, 02:54 PM
      #8535
    Green Broke
    Omg guys, it's HUMP DAAAY. Haha thank goodness. I am going to be a busy little be this weekend getting hay in.
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        10-09-2013, 03:02 PM
      #8536
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    Hello fellow Texans, isn't it a wonderful Wednesday????

    I had an interesting day yesterday. My son decided to try and pull a fast one and got cold busted by dh! So needless to say he won't be going anywhere or doing anything but school, work and church over the next 2 weeks. That being said, our trip to Sam Houston State and to see tg is off:( Although we were going to have to push it out anyway because we have to go get hay on Saturday because it's supposed to rain Sunday.
    DBA, I did make it by your place yesterday but you weren't there, but I did get to see the babies for a few minutes, they are getting so big. I felt so sorry for Sam, he just ate his hay with his wrapped foot, held up. I also talked to DH about what happened and he will get with you next week, just need to know what time Tuesday (early evening is better).
    My mare was a glittle gimpy last night too:( I told dh it was her frog and he had to do some trimming to it and it was a little tender so I'll have to keep an eye on her the next day or so and make sure it doesn't get worse. It stinks having both of your horses gimpy:(
         
        10-09-2013, 03:05 PM
      #8537
    Trained
    Sam is still a 3 legged pony. It will take a few days to get the infection out of his hoof. He should be improving by Sat.
    Getting ready to leave this evening for Atlanta so in case I get too busy everyone take care.
    I am not going to take the laptop and have no idea how to access the internet on my phone even though I pay for it. So I wont be available until Mon evening.
    Enjoy your ride nuisance and kctop I hope you get to see texasgal. Give her my regards. Shalom
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        10-09-2013, 03:15 PM
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    Trained
    Sorry that I missed you kctop.
    Yes they are getting big and Magic is so friendly it is impossible to enter that pasture and not pet him. He downright insist on it. I think they will all be taller than their parents. At least 15 hands. I can live with that. Shalom
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        10-09-2013, 03:42 PM
      #8539
    Yearling
    DBA, Kit is alot like Magic, you have to bodily push her out of the way! Even my horse hatin' hubby will stand and pet/scratch her for an hour almost! I was checking her foot last night, went to get out of the creep feeder, she kept backing up over me, wanting me to scratch her butt! She will all but (no pun intended) knock you down, trying to get you to stop and scratch her!
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        10-09-2013, 04:35 PM
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    Howdy, friends. Busy busy on my end. Planning to go to the barn after work, definitely in need of some Cash time.

    After teacher mtgs, counselor mtgs, and multiple amongst the parental figures at both households, I've signed the paperwork to get my son cognitive testing. Stressing over that a bit, but either A) nothing will turn up and we just keep struggling through school, or B) we'll learn something isn't firing like the average kid and we'll hopefully have access to resources which make learning more tolerable for his particular shortcomings. Such an unexpected course to be on, considering he was always above average on all the milestones until last year. So far, 3rd grade has just been a pure beating for him, his teachers, and us parents. It's been really difficult to see him go through it.

    Safe travels, DB!

    Hope all the sore ponies are recovered asap!
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