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sllpezs01

sllpezs01

  • Member since 06 February 2016 01:52
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Nayxxxx

Riding and Training

Stomping foot

 Hi, I brought a gypsy cob in the summer who had been badly abused and was very nervous. I could not touch any of her feet, she was very shy. She has come on a lot better and I can now pick out all her feet near enough perfectly. However, occasionally when I pick her left back foot out she will stomp it numerous times on the floor after I've picked it out. I am not entirely sure why? And was wondering if anybody could help me with this please.

  • 05 February 2016 23:17 | Nayxxxx
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Nayxxxx

Nayxxxx

  • Member since 05 February 2016 23:14
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BsutcliffeTBAI

BsutcliffeTBAI

  • Member since 04 February 2016 18:40
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pwincess

Horse Care

Kissing spine - help

 Hi there

I am looking for some advice.

My friends horse was diagnosed in October 2015 with kissing spine. He had a treatment course of vets, physio, shock wave and injections. Was lunged etc. The vet and physio have said that he is doing well and are very pleased.

Now, he can be used as a happy hacker, and the vets have said for her not to school him as she is not confident enough, and that some one experienced needs to school him. (do not judge :) )
the issue....
He has no turnout at the yard ...

  • 04 February 2016 10:36 | pwincess
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pwincess

Horse Care

Kissing spine - help

 Hi there

I am looking for some advice.

My friends horse was diagnosed in October 2015 with kissing spine. He had a treatment course of vets, physio, shock wave and injections. Was lunged etc. The vet and physio have said that he is doing well and are very pleased.

Now, he can be used as a happy hacker, and the vets have said for her not to school him as she is not confident enough, and that some one experienced needs to school him. (do not judge :) )

the issue....

He has no turnout at the yard he is ...

  • 04 February 2016 10:32 | pwincess
  • Last comment 3 days ago ago by pwincess
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Horselover202

Horselover202

  • Member since 03 February 2016 20:40
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Honey204

Horse Care

SUPER SKINNY MARE!

Hi, my mare is 14 and a throughbred, have owned her for 5 years and have always struggled with her being skinny in the winter, she is out all the time and has hay offered to her all the time but she will not eat any I have tried the best quality but she will still not eat it, there is grass in her field but the quality is not good this time of year. I also give her a feed of Hi Fi Lite, Fiberbeet, Pony nuts and soya oil everyday but I wondered if anyone can suggest anything ...

  • 03 February 2016 18:48 | Honey204
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EquineFanatic

Welcome To Your Horse Forum

Hey there!

 I'm Kayla and I'm addicted to horses. I'm pretty sure my wallet would like me to quite the stuff, but eh, horses are my favorite thing. Everyday is a new learning experience, even though I've been around them for a decade. You never stop learning with horses. Everything is a teachable moment!

If you could check out my personal blog I'd be super happy and you might really like it! :D
 

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