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post #11 of 12 Old 06-09-2017, 01:05 PM
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Ponies have evolved to live on the poorest of grassses on mountains and moorlands.
I would make sure that he has access to a good mineral block and stop all hard feed.
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Originally Posted by walkinthewalk View Post
^^^^^Thats why I learned I need to take frequent picture of my insulin resistant horse ----- I am terrible at seeing his weight. Pictures don't lie, lol

And yes, your cutie is leaning toward being a tad chunky, lollol

Even if he stays in the 12H area, he is a solid built little guy. He is probably capable of carrying more weight than a lot of horses his size
I do that, too, with my gelding. He's on a magnesium supplement to see if it'll help with his fat pockets that refuse to go down. But it doesn't seem to help him with that like it does some other horses. =(
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