Are you supposed to pick horses' chestnuts? Then how do they get picked in the wild? Why and how do you pick them?
tell her to be careful with that then, hes not able to digest those and thats why hes throwing them back up. if he doesnt happen to throw them back up it could cause a blockage and he will need surgery, or he will die....^^
Oh my gosh, I know! Dogs also go crazy for hoof clippings. My friends barn dog, Jack, will eat and eat and eat and then in the middle of the night spew hoof clipping everywhere. It's discusting.
Yep, especially if you're doing any halter or showmanship, etc. Grooming can ultimately decide who gets pinned first or second.Okay thanks. I have backyard horses but I'm thinking of showing my Paso Fino at fair this summer....Do you suggest I pick them then?