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post #8651 of 17185 Old 07-23-2010, 11:41 AM
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Has anyone ever heard of a trainer/breeder by the name of Sally Maas? Oak Hollow, I think? I want to know more. Thanks!
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post #8652 of 17185 Old 07-23-2010, 02:40 PM
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I rode Shaffiek today, he was really awesome! Especially when the swampfly(BIG black ugly mofos) landed on his butt and he tryed to run foreword, but I wanted him to stop so I could get it off, he ended up doing a beautiful smooth collected Paroette(sp?) while I was frantically swatting at the fly, lol!
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post #8653 of 17185 Old 07-23-2010, 06:55 PM
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Not me, RIML2 bought the dress.

Tho I tried to find a pair of jeans today. Didn't find one which'd be suitable for me .

Oops! I must have just looked one up, and it was you.
Grats on the dress RIML2! xD

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Ooh, I know how hard that is Tamma. I went shopping for jeans too, when I brought back those vest. But not one pair of jeans for me. I hate the high waist-ed ones, they're un-comfy on a horse. So I gotta stick to the short zipper ones. Not many in my size, which sucks.
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How's Sunny.. Sunny? xD Hopefully it wasn't that deep. Or deeper. I had a horse, dono what he did, but he sliced clean open on the side of his rump. When ever he walked, it would gape open, and you could see inside him. oO
We got out the vets, he just gave us some stuff to spray it with. But the owner, 'cose she just had her horse out for awhile, said it wasn't that bad, it didn't need the vets.
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post #8654 of 17185 Old 07-23-2010, 07:42 PM
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I just got back. I went out there feeling so bad for my poor horsie, and then left angry at that stupid nag. She was a jerk today when we were cleaning the wound. The gash is NASTY. Looks about one inch deep, and a nice chunk of flesh is dangling. I walked her up to the top of the pasture to flush out the wound with the hose, and she was a brat. Pulled herself loose twice, but I managed to grab the lead before she could run. I tied her really tight so she couldn't do it again, but the next time she pulled back she broke the lead-the metal part. She took off to the barn. I got down there, tied her up, and flushed the cut out with Betadine, then put a cream on it when it dried. The vet gave us an antibiotic to mix with her food, so she got that tonight. I went to pick her feet and she tried to get me with her back hoof, and was turning her rear to me. She hasn't acted like that in months. I don't know if it's because she's in pain, or if it's because I haven't handled her in over a week. Youngsters. :/
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post #8655 of 17185 Old 07-23-2010, 08:54 PM
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Haha. Sounds like it was fun, GreyRay!
- Oops, didn't see the last message, mustn't have refreshed my page.

How bad is the cut? Is it clean and hanging, or dirty?
Poor thingy. I wish horses could talk, sometimes the hints they give, you never know what they mean.
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post #8656 of 17185 Old 07-24-2010, 02:18 AM
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The wound was pretty clean. The vet said that if within a week it isn't improving and the skin tag isn't drying up, we'll need to take her in and have it cut off.
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post #8657 of 17185 Old 07-24-2010, 04:42 AM
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I know you already have been given a heap from here. But good luck with it! Did you find out what she cut it on?
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post #8658 of 17185 Old 07-24-2010, 12:02 PM
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I'm not fully sure, but the only thing I can think of is barbed wire. The front of the fence is wooden, and the rest is hog wire with one strand of barbed on the top. None of it was loose, so my guess was that she tried to jump a fence. She has scratches all down the front of her chest that scream barbed wire. We're taking it down and putting up straight wire. On the bright side...maybe she's telling me that she wants to be a hunter.
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post #8659 of 17185 Old 07-24-2010, 12:44 PM
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Ooh, I know how hard that is Tamma. I went shopping for jeans too, when I brought back those vest. But not one pair of jeans for me. I hate the high waist-ed ones, they're un-comfy on a horse. So I gotta stick to the short zipper ones. Not many in my size, which sucks.
I see. My problem is that my tights and hips are too skinny. It's hard to find jeans that are snuggy enough. Besides that we just had after Midsummer sales here, it took few weeks and their storages are pretty empty now.

I'm sorry that the day wasn't a good one, Sunny. Hopefully that piece of flesh thing will be ok without operations.

Se pääsky toi kesän eteiseen, se antoi rauhan sydämeen,
ja lehahti sitten siivilleen, ja päästi pois kahleet.
Ja se loistaa, minne ikinä meen, se mukana kulkee
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post #8660 of 17185 Old 07-24-2010, 02:06 PM
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Thank you guys for all of the well wishes. It is very appreciated. :)
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