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- No I am not going to the driving show, I am thinking of going to watch the horse show in the regional dressage show somewhere 2 hours north of Ames IA, in about 7 weeks.
I was also thinking of going to the CDE in KC, but I dont have a proper vehicle, so I could only go in training. And if I did get a marathon vehicle the first CDE I went in with it I would like to go into training also, and I am afraid that is too many training entries. I am going to watch, and check out some vehicles, maybe volenteer.
I am really looking forward to the national drive, I think it will be grand not having the stress of a competition, and just enjoy driving in the park.
Any photos of the pony?
- thank you for your comment. I agree her feet need to be done. I have had her a short time and got some weight on her and cleaned up. she had a bad lice infestation and cuts and bald spots. her legs are the only thing I didn't shave. could be why they look funny. All of ny comments have been towards the feet and heels. so I will get better pics. working on the muscles. I wanted to get her settled abit before the farrier call. she was abused by a man and skiddish around her hind end. so I have been working on that. thanks so much..
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Posted On: Yesterday, 07:22 PMchurumbeque liked post by Clava On thread : Salt blocks not for horsesAfter a great deal of research, it appears that there is a link between potassium spikes and pain in the trigeminal nerve in the face. Salt encourages drinking which helps to eliminate the K. My...Liked On: Yesterday, 01:43 PM
Posted On: Yesterday, 01:06 PMchurumbeque liked post by BarrelRacer23 On thread : Should I go to this bachelorette party?All this. Honestly you can sit at home and read any night. It's one night. But if your going into it negative and already seeing everyone as shallow and how terrible it's going to be, no, your not...Liked On: Yesterday, 01:38 PM
Posted On: Yesterday, 01:32 PMchurumbeque liked post by NorthernMama On thread : Should I go to this bachelorette party?It is a bachelorette party. Yes, a party. All about doing what you're not supposed to be allowed to do after the marriage, so its designed to be wild. Everyone's idea of wild is different. Her's is...Liked On: Yesterday, 01:36 PM
Posted On: Yesterday, 10:20 AMchurumbeque liked post by teakwood On thread : saddle fit PICSok... will re-take more pics then.Liked On: 08-31-2014, 05:13 PM
Posted On: 08-31-2014, 05:10 PMchurumbeque liked post by TimWhit91 On thread : Do you see a transformation?Yes I read it. You are asking if there is a difference in muscle tone. He looks worse, not better. He is very skinny, lost the muscling in his neck, topline and hindquarters. He has no more happiness...Liked On: 08-31-2014, 12:52 PM
Posted On: 08-01-2014, 03:31 PMchurumbeque liked post by FlyGap On thread : Should I go to this bachelorette party?If it were me? I'd go and be her "official" photographer for the evening, for a few hours. Let her know beforehand that you are a "lush" and can't party, but that you support her and appreciate...Liked On: 08-31-2014, 12:40 PM
Posted On: 08-31-2014, 12:36 PMchurumbeque liked post by clumsychelsea On thread : Progress With My Mare!Woohoo! Happy rant time! I bought my mare, Angel, just over a month ago. She's a 9 year old QH and although she was ridden steadily when she was younger, she hadn't been used in three years when...Liked On: 08-31-2014, 10:56 AM
Posted On: 08-30-2014, 08:27 PMJust to update: went and got loose mineral/salt from the feed store and she went to town licking it up. So YES she needed it obviously and wasnt able to get it from the block (whatever the reason...Liked On: 08-31-2014, 09:02 AM
Posted On: 06-24-2014, 06:35 PMchurumbeque liked post by Sharpie On thread : salt questionI give my horse 2oz of loose mineral salt (the $5/50lb kind from the feed store) in his feed daily because in two years he'd barely made a dent in his salt lick. We do endurance riding in TX and TN,...Liked On: 08-31-2014, 08:58 AM
Posted On: 06-23-2014, 05:01 PM[QUOTE=Clava;5655594] I didn't understand it either and the "I didnt expect you to" reply from him/her was uncalled for IMHO Posted via Mobile DeviceLiked On: 08-31-2014, 08:58 AM
Posted On: 06-23-2014, 04:09 PMchurumbeque liked post by verona1016 On thread : salt questionNote that epsom salt is not a substitute for "regular" salt. Epsom salt is magnesium sulfate, while regular salt is sodium chloride. Completely different chemical makeup.Liked On: 08-31-2014, 08:56 AM
Posted On: 06-23-2014, 12:47 PMchurumbeque liked post by Left Hand Percherons On thread : salt questionEpson salt is not "salt". It's magnesium sulfate a laxative. There is no sodium and no chloride. They can satisfy their Mg and S requirements easily with forages, they can't with Na and Cl. ...Liked On: 08-31-2014, 08:55 AM
Posted On: 06-23-2014, 12:43 PMIn the wild salt can be found in many many places such as rock, dirt, forage and water. Wild horses graze and wander many many miles. Comparing a wild horse to a domestic horse is pointless as they...Liked On: 08-31-2014, 08:55 AM
Posted On: 06-23-2014, 11:05 AMchurumbeque liked post by Clava On thread : salt questionI find this response odd as traditional "old timers" would always feed salt (along with such things as straights, boiled barely or linseed and bran mash etc.) and even a modern bag of food I bought...Liked On: 08-31-2014, 08:55 AM
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