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        10-09-2013, 01:04 PM
    Oh No

    Originally Posted by dbarabians    
    If he was black and a mare you would be looking at her. She is well muscled and has his head. Not very feminine but I can live with that. She will follow you around in the pasture like that stallion and is as highstrung as he appears to be. Harness that energy and you can ride all day. We have gone 20 miles in 90 degrees and she still had plenty of juice left. She has wonderful gaits. I miss riding her even though she was the last horse to throw me. My private parts connected with the saddle horn when she zigged and I zagged. Shalom

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        10-09-2013, 01:39 PM
    Ouch does not begin to describe the pain or embarassment. She threw me next to a road and the school bus was going by.
    Then as I was clutching myself in agony a little old lady stopped by and asked if I was OK . Laughing while she did it. Shalom
        10-09-2013, 01:45 PM
    Originally Posted by dbarabians    
    Ouch does not begin to describe the pain or embarassment. She threw me next to a road and the school bus was going by.
    Then as I was clutching myself in agony a little old lady stopped by and asked if I was OK . Laughing while she did it. Shalom
    I totally just got a visual OMG

    Denise Gainey
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        10-09-2013, 03:59 PM
    Now that little lady horse sounds like she has some real smarts, she timed it to throw you under a bus? I mean, if you can't say something nice....

    You know I am kidding, db.
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        10-15-2013, 08:27 PM
    Sam has an abcess in his left rear hoof. One that has been festering for some time it seems. The vet was out and noted that Sam needs corrective shoeing on that hoof to build the heel back up.
    Now I have a farrier that has trimmed Sam twice since I acquired him and nothing was said.
    That angers me. I spare no expense to ensure these horses are healthy. We could have dealt with this earlier.
    Kctops husband will be trimming Sam and my horses here near Dallas from now on.
    I am soaking the hoof in epsom salts and iodine to help get the infection out quicker. He has improved in a very short time so everything should be OK.
    Just now he wont be ridden for a while. Something he looks forward to. Hand walking will have to suffice.
    He never stopped flirting with the mares and glaring at Star with his ears flattened against his head. That's how I knew it wasnt too serious. He never stopped eating either. Just like any male his actions are governed by organs below his brain. Shalom
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        10-16-2013, 12:56 AM
    Well, how sad, db. Sorry to hear that, poor Sam. Ichthammol sure is messy if ya get it on you - but you might want to look into it as and addition to his tootsie care.
    I trim my own, but I hear you on farriers!! Boo, his! You try so hard, and pay good money. So upsetting!
        10-16-2013, 09:57 AM
    Ichthammol is FABULOUS! It stinks, it will get all over you, so have a towel or paper towel handy, but that stuff is fantastic. I used it on my mare, I had wanted to integrate her in a herd environment and she got kicked by another mare, (I got all neurotic horsy mama, and she is now in a paddock on her own with horses on either side.) Her leg swelled, I tried scarlet oil, polysporin triple, cold hosing, nothing worked until I bought the ichthammol, leg deswelled after the first day, her booboo is gone after a 5 day application twice a day.

    Good luck, and I can't wait to see pics of Sam ;)
        10-16-2013, 11:32 AM
    I will purchase some today. Thanks to both of you for the suggestion. Shalom
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        10-17-2013, 05:05 PM
    Originally Posted by Druydess    
    Donald-- when I was looking at Krystal's pedigree a while back, I don't remember if I sent this to you:
    It's *Karadjordje+++ and Murrel Lacey around 1992

    *Karadjordje+++ and Murrel Lacey around 1992 - YouTube

    Hope you and Denise like it!!

    Curious, is that a big hernia under his abdomen, or a fat pad?
        10-18-2013, 03:18 AM
    Nuisance I do not know if he had any herneias but krystal is built exactly like him and still looks 11 months pregnant even after foaling April 30th. If that was a black mare in the video you would be looking at krystal flame D. I kid you not.
    That stallion not only won at halter he excelled at endurance and english . His name on the pedigree is the reason I purchased the mare. I have not been disappointed. Both foals by her may not be pretty but they are built to last.
    I can't wait to see what she and Sam produce. Endurance or even racing are not beyond the realm of reality. Shalom
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