Originally Posted by Sheri Williams View Post
yes, she is a bit bony, and her hindquarters are small due to lack of excersize.
A good hay in front of her24/7 will keep her warm now and hold off the weight loss, which is such a pita in the winter.
Wow! First I am looking at her stepping under herself, perhaps some standerbred- her ears look a bit long to be QH? And!!! i want those loooong springy pasterns. you will get a nice ride from her.
She has a respectful manner and a trusting soul- her tail is swinging and she is not tense at your trot. I just love a horse like this. sweet is number one on my list of horses.
such good luck with her please keep us up to date.
ps I betcha you could put stretchies and blankets and curlers in her hair. Is she good to pick up her feet? that will come anyway.
check her teeth she might have sharps and wolf teeth. that would also cause weight loss, dont forget a good worming schedule either.
A real nice beauty. Hey, whats her name? I didnt catch it.
WOW, thank you so much!!!
I didn't think it was possible to love her more than I already do, but there you went, making me even more crazy about her!
I'm not experienced enough to pick out those things, so thank you very much for the reply, I'm even more excited than I was..
she is also VERY active... she just runs around the pasture (the other horses aren't chasing her or anything, I think she has taken the lead of "alpha mare" LOL) , I feel like she is happy?? haha is there maybe any other advice you can give me, as far as balking her up, getting her stong and fit???
Also, the girl before me called her twilight, but I've just been calling her red, its shorter haha, again thank you!!! thank you!(: