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post #1 of 2 Old 07-15-2007, 04:21 PM Thread Starter
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it seems that abby has forgotten all about the horrors of her past trailering exsperences, she loaded ok with me...first wanting to step up on her knees but figured that she could just step up and walk on, she did the same for my daughter going home, our only problem is when we unload her...she uummms dives off it.....leg's are flying, hooves are grabbing for air and then she lands, i use to wrap my old mare's leg's when ever i shiped her and figured that i would have to do the same with abby but can't remember if it is counter or clock wise for the banage (i'm dyslexic so small things like this i can't remember) i'm just wraping her back leg's to protect them and then putting davis bell boot's on all four to protect the hoovs....does that sound right?
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post #2 of 2 Old 07-17-2007, 11:28 AM
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i would to some trailertraining instead of worrying to much about a good bandage....

Of course a bandage helps, but a leg can get damaged through a bandage!

Take your time and do some trailertraining, to take the fear away from her...

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