Added by Noche Miller on October 27, 2021 at 11:31am — No Comments
What Affects the Legs Can Affect the Back
When we got to Shannon's last Sunday Cider was all groomed, draped with the BOT and Fenwick ¼ sheets over her back, and all four exercise boots were on her legs (plus the Fenwick pastern wraps on her front legs.) Cider did not look completely happy, but hey, it was cooler and nippier, plenty of reason not to be…Continue
Added by Jackie Cochran on October 23, 2021 at 11:12am — No Comments
Added by Noche Miller on October 20, 2021 at 10:46am — No Comments
Then Life Interferes
I just got to ride twice since my last blog, my grandsons visited, I got a little sick, then Debbie went on a vacation, so I did not get to ride this week at all. Of course my balance is suffering, right now I have a tendency to want to face plant if I don't watch every step, hopefully I'll get to ride Cider tomorrow and start getting my body back. Right now my…Continue
Added by Jackie Cochran on October 16, 2021 at 10:29am — No Comments
We’ve all seen the pleas, about to ship, this horse needs saved now.
I know there are pitfalls and a definite dark side to the slaughter horse industry. Setting that aside for the moment, what if you decide that you can’t let the horse go? How do you decide to take the chance and pull that horse? There are many reasons horses end up in kill pens. Lameness and behavioral issues are two big ones. There are also many good horses who end up there through shear bad luck. What are the odds…Continue
Added by Noche Miller on October 13, 2021 at 10:30am — No Comments
Understanding Horse Whorls is now available in paperback!
Since its release as an ebook in April of 2021 Understanding Horse Whorls has sold around the whorl. Here in the US, next door in Canada, from England to Australia, and even Norway, Germany, Paraguay, South Africa, Bulgaria, Germany, and the Netherlands.
People kept asking when it would be available in paper form? An ebook is great but a book you can hold in your hands has a special appeal. After lots of work and with a…Continue
I actually have something new to report this week.
In my last post I described how draping the Fenwick quarter sheet of Cider's croup while she was being groomed and saddled positively affected her. After that I went on line to the Fenwick site and bought her a pair of pastern wraps and a pair of leg wraps.…Continue