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post #21 of 21 Old 12-26-2019, 07:48 PM
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Originally Posted by SeleneAQHA09 View Post
Sorry I haven't been on here guys. She's hitting 22 next month, she's fat healthy and sound. She's a Clydesdale. I rode her yesterday lol. She LOPED out to the road. I wasnt riding her hardly anymore because she gets tired out so easily, and I felt bad. Me and her used to simply go out in town at a walk, usually a faster walk if she didn't settle but boy when we got home she's drenched and tired, so I figured she might be better off if I just let her be. But I don't think she's liking it all that well. Our max ride would usually just be 45 minutes to an hour, at usually just a walk, maybe a bit longer. And tops it was in the 60s
She's still young :) Take her out for a ride once in a while! Have you done her metabolic profile though? If she's a heavy sweater, she may have some issues you can easily deal with and give her many more years of happy rides. Or just give her the occasional ride out! It sounds like that makes her happy and keeps her young.
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