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post #4661 of 7202 Old 10-11-2012, 09:47 PM
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Gee sorry. No body ever said that is what's wrong with her. I see a bump on her behind. Well a knot. Then again it's a little hard to see on my phones screen.
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post #4662 of 7202 Old 10-11-2012, 09:52 PM
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This horse looks so uncomfortable, I'd be hunkering to say he has pain in his feet or back somewhere.
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post #4663 of 7202 Old 10-11-2012, 09:53 PM
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The article posted explains how windsucking can be bad for the reproductive system. I'm not sure how you can tell from those pics of that mare if she's "windsucking". I don't own mares. I'm not interested in breeding horses. Therefore I don't come across health articles about mares. I read this one article. I figured maybe drafty was making a joke about how the mare shouldn't breed. Didn't mean to offend anyone?
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post #4664 of 7202 Old 10-11-2012, 09:55 PM
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Man what's up with his front right Pastern?? He looks taller than 13 hands as well. Just from the pic saddled up. Unless that guys very short.
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post #4665 of 7202 Old 10-11-2012, 10:11 PM
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I dunno, all his pasturns appear to dip down like that... not sure what causes that but it scares me o.o
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post #4666 of 7202 Old 10-11-2012, 10:13 PM
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Yeah and in the first photo it looks like his back legs are turning out
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post #4667 of 7202 Old 10-11-2012, 10:27 PM
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Mares who are built that way - and it looks as though this mare is built that way, often have infections. If a caslick is not performed and the mare is bred, then problems will no doubt happen. Those who don't care a whole lot and know even less, won't usually have this procedure performed, whether the mare is to be bred or not. Add to that, mares who are built this way (and I consider it a conformation fault) often produce offspring, similarly conformed.

Of course I cannot confirm that the mare in the pic has this problem but having owned a Paso mare years ago with a similar build back there, I'd bet she is a mare who requires the caslick procedure.

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post #4668 of 7202 Old 10-11-2012, 10:31 PM
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Okay that makes sense. See I've never heard of the procedure before. Hopefully she will go to someone who won't breed her. I didn't really notice her area lol. Just the weird bump. It's also weird how every guy riding her is shirtless. Like they really just do not care at all. And her leg is huge! Wonder if it's infected underneath. Poor girl.
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post #4669 of 7202 Old 10-12-2012, 11:01 AM
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The article posted explains how windsucking can be bad for the reproductive system. I'm not sure how you can tell from those pics of that mare if she's "windsucking". I don't own mares. I'm not interested in breeding horses. Therefore I don't come across health articles about mares. I read this one article. I figured maybe drafty was making a joke about how the mare shouldn't breed. Didn't mean to offend anyone?
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I wasn't commenting on the mare's suitability to breed. I was commenting on the horrible swelling on her fetlock joint and the body condition she was in...and the fact that they put a four-year-old on her back unattended that was hauling on her mouth.

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post #4670 of 7202 Old 10-12-2012, 11:33 AM
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Black mare for sale in Dublin : €200 - DoneDeal.ie

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