the hourse we r going to be purcasing is a 12yr arb and she is well broke and mannored but my main concern is she was born with long tendons in the rear and i guess her grandpa had them but not her mom and she cums with a 2 month old colt and possible one on way but not possitive. the guy is asking 1300 for her. i told him a grand for her and the colt and he can keep the one in her is that a good deal? everyone i've talked to told me to stay away cause of her lameness. i've rode here and fell in love. she is perfect for the kids. whats your opinion?
congradulationgs on the baby. there a bundle of joy but yet keep you so buisy you don't have time to do the things you love to do as often. i am knew to this site and a knew horse owner. i grew up around them but never had to do the mainting part just the riding. i could really use a friend to help guide me thru the horse owner part just so i don't get to far over my head
hes not mine :'( he lives in quebec well i think still. hes a Hanoverian i love him to death! and if he was mine i would probably board him at meadow green stables :)
what kind of horse do you have and where do you board?
Sorry for not responding sooner, haven't been on barnmice for quite awhile! I board at McMullans just outside of Sanford. I have a 14yr old Thoroughbred gelding that retired from racing in 2005 (long racing career!) and amzingly still sound and sane. Been competing in dressage and loving it.
I'm so sorry that I haven't responded sooner...with the birth of our second child, multiple deaths this year and the defense of my thesis...it's kept me very busy!!
I would say the core stability program would be the way to go. It's the best way to get your core engaged to prepare you for all other activities including stretching and strengthening. I hope this helps and I'm sorry for the delay!