This week has been hard work! I am glad it is the weekend and we get a bit of a break, although we still had to ride once yesterday and do barn duty this morning, which is okay because the rest of the weekend is fun!
Yesterday (Saturday) after our riding and lungeing lesson we went back to Stall Ramsbrock, i rode the same young horse as last time, and then we went to the second property of Heinrich Ramsbrock which was where all of the foals and broodmares were kept and it… Continue
Added by kc on June 15, 2008 at 12:48pm —
Hello everyone, Continue
I am posting this to put the information out there; I searched and searched to find out what was wrong with my horses
I wish I had known about this disease 1 1/2 years ago, that was when Patina, Finn and Tucker, my horses first started to be ill with unexplained sore feet, muscle loss and muscle tenderness, clicking joints, and general dullness. Tucker actually died, in spite of vets.
Today "thank God" I have at last found out what was causing…
Added by lesley bruce on June 14, 2008 at 3:30am —
Hi folks, thought I'd have a go at this blogging and tell you about my move from the UK to France. This is not fiction.
OK, there was me, Nick my man, Luther, Patina, Finn and Tucker the horses, Katie the dog and Jasmin the cat, it was actually Jasmin's home she, part of the landlords household.
However her cat lodgic impelled her to move in with us.
Home for us humans, dog and cat was an unsatisfactory caravan secreted in an unusual place.
Home for… Continue
Added by lesley bruce on June 7, 2008 at 9:45pm —
So I've never really consistently kept a blog before, and those that I did write up were done years ago. This could be fun for kind of keeping track of what is going on with the horses I ride, the barn life and all that, though! Continue
So I'm riding for a sales barn right now in Puslinch, Ontario. It operates out of Amarna Farms and we've got everything from super green ponies to that easy 3'6" hunter. As of right now I've got a few that I am working and showing to clients, and as of…
Added by Moocow on June 6, 2008 at 3:30pm —
Wow i still can't get over how awsome it is over here! Not only are the horses amazing, but the whole atmosphere of the town and people is so comfortable and you feel so at home. Continue
Well the days at the Equestrian Centre are long and hard. We have to be at the barn by 7.30 to do barn duty or to get your horse ready for a dressage lesson, and when you aren't riding you are preparing or putting away your horse or watchhing lessons and studying the theory out of The Principles of…
Added by kc on June 3, 2008 at 4:00pm —
Wow so much has happened already! Yesterday we met nearly everybody who was doing the course at the State Equestrian Centre, and they are mostly americans who are really nice! Alex Wortman, the Chief Instructor, is such a great guy who is so funny, and so is his wife.
This morning we went to Stall Ramsbrock, which is home to 1400 horses and the owner is the world champion in breeding. We got to ride, and i rode 3 horses. the last two were only 5 months under saddle, and the other 2,… Continue
Added by kc on June 1, 2008 at 5:44pm —
From out of nowhere came another lady, this one all the way from Florida, who spent all weekend in the pasture with her, no petting, just talking, and who started working on the human trust issues. Jolee turned in her adoption application after that first weekend and flew in almost every weekend after that, slowly gaining Naysa's shattered trust. Before long we started seeing pictures of Jolee sitting in the pasture, Naysa inches away, listening, or Jolee and Naysa sleeping together in the… Continue
Added by Emily at Habitat for Horses on May 29, 2008 at 2:45pm —
Habitat for Horses received the call from Louisiana on Thursday, June 7 2007 about an injured mare in desperate need of special care. She had been dragged behind a trailer and badly hurt.As the trip started Saturday further details came trickling in. When found the mare was wearing a halter wrapped in barbed wire. She also had a hole than ran straight through her nose all the way through her sinus cavity presumably from impact with the trailer and of course her hooves had been worn down by the… Continue
Added by Emily at Habitat for Horses on May 29, 2008 at 10:11am —
Irish showjumper and world ranked number two rider Jessica Kurten has announced that she is not available for Olympic selection. Continue
She told media yesterday that her horse, Quibell, was a bad flyer and conditions in Hong Kong might not suit the horse, who was currently out for possibly six weeks with an injury. Another of Kurten's top horses and a top Olympic hope, Castle Forbes Maike, has recently been sold. And she said that Castle Forbes Libertina had had a busy indoor season and…
Added by Laura on May 27, 2008 at 6:00pm —
I always wanted a horse for all life...and finally when I gave up hope I got two magnificent horses and new trainers and LOTS of new friends! Thanks Grandma Donna! Love Sierra…
Added by Sierra<3'sDusty on May 25, 2008 at 10:00am —
okay, now dont say its gay cuz when u sing it its REALLY pretty. so, here goes nothin,
"Hush a by, dont you cry, gooooo to sleep you little baby, when you wake you will have, all the pretty little ponies. Black and grey, dapples and paints, all the pretty little ponies."
okay, so its a lulaby, but its prettiful, well, i think so.
Added by Sajel on May 23, 2008 at 9:53pm —
I was at a show last weekend. It was the hottest weekend in CA this year. There has been some complaining about how hard the judges where. I know there where a lot of low scores. But as I watched some rides they seem to right on. I know my horse was a little flat. He did have lack impulsion. My scores seem to be that same as other shows I have been to this year. Have you all noticed a change in the judging this year? Do you think it is because of this rule change?
Added by TopHat on May 23, 2008 at 11:57am —
Hey all you CHEC girls! WE I repaet WE are doing summer camp this year! Sighn up at www.canterburyhill,org
By the way...are we doing summer camp? Anyway...sighn up! :)…
Added by Sierra<3'sDusty on May 22, 2008 at 6:06pm —
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UC Berkeley Wellness Letter, March 2000
Added by Gary Stuart on May 21, 2008 at 10:38pm —
Looking for a Pro Groom for 5 Dreesage Horses for Korean Client residing in the USA, Horses only compete at CDI Level, Person must be fluent in Englisch , must have drivers License and be experienced as a Groom. Opening immediatly, all cost will be taken care of for flight, Visa, Housing, Tarnsportation - THIS IS A LONG TERM EMPLOYMENT - not just for 2-3 month - please conatct Katja Eilers at email@example.com
Added by Katja Eilers on May 21, 2008 at 8:25am —
Sono di ritorno dal salone del cavallo americano di Reggio Emilia, che anche quest'anno è stato un evento bellissimo. Tanta gente, tanti che sono venuti a trovarci allo stand. Abbiamo instaurato un sacco di buoni contatti con gli altri espositori.
Eccezionale Rudi Kronsteiner che nel Derby ha marcato 236 con STAR SPANGLED WHIZ, con una performance da togliere il fiato!
Added by Iltuocavallo on May 20, 2008 at 10:48am —
Added by Nicole on May 18, 2008 at 7:01pm —
I received this email from a friend and thought it was a great story to share!
I've written articles over the years about horses who survived amputation surgery. There was Boitron, the California Thoroughbred stallion who could service mares after amputation surgery. There were Dr. Ric Redden's dramatic cases of founder survivors who galloped around his paddock on artificial feet with 'transplanted frogs'.… Continue
Added by Margaret on May 16, 2008 at 5:48pm —
For anyone who has been following Dr. Karen Sharf's advice on Healthy Rider, she has a great video on leaving your fear at home. What you may not know is Dr. Karen has helped me enormously in dealing with my own fears. Here's how it worked for me.
Dr. Karen first suggested to me that I start by giving my fear a name. I named it "Blob." Not very interesting, but there it is. Then she asked me to come
with an image of what my anxiety looked like - short or tall, what
color, etc.… Continue
Added by Tish Cohen on May 13, 2008 at 2:10pm —
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