as well as those obvious rules we also have
dont pat the farm dog
square up the muck heap
poo pick fields daily on a rota
worm all horses on yard on same day
turn off lights when not in use
lock tackroom at night
keep the yard gates closed
i have a 21yr old idxtb mare with severe arthritis in both knees she has large visible bony lumps and is unable to flex either knee shes been fully retired for 5 years and doing well with no treatment but this year now she is being stabled at night her legs are swelling up dramatically overnight...
i,m looking for someone qualified to take a look at my competition horses back down here in cornwall , i,ve come across emily kenyon and anton majors of equine spinal therapy , does anyone know these two or have any other suggestions?
lunch eaten , kids banned , glass of wine on tap, ready to watch our friends daughter sammi jo coffin jump in her first derby live on sky sports at 130, anyone watching with me? also posted on competing and training
welcome to cornwall i,m in bodmin and highly recommend harleigh vets and my farrier megan urall is excellent , the horsey scene here is very good and diverse , st austell bay riding club would be a good place to start
thanks very much rog thats very helpfull
another area of confusion is wether my husband has to fill in a log book when he transports his own horses to competitions at weekends and evenings , he works full time and what he needs to do about his tacho
hi rog my son passed his c1 (i think thats right , he can drive any rigid body lorry) he has bought a 7 1/2 tonne recovery lorry (which has a tacho he fills in each time he drives it ) he uses it at weekends to transport his off roader for recreation , his full time job is driving to clients...