When we first got one of our ponies she had quite a big tummy she was previously only fed hay as old owner wouldn't feed her as she was fat but it was only her tummy, we started giving her speedi beet with brewers yeast and the tummy soon went down.
I get really annoyed when people say their horse bolted but they pulled it up after a few strides..thats not a bolt
I have a bolter the last time he was ridden I don't know how we both survived the bolt that was when I decided he wasn't to be ridden again,I've had people say they will ride him...
I'm hopefully going to start the horse hunt very soon
I will be looking for something 14.2/15hh native type
Not bothered for colour age but must be safe and good in traffic
Not for competing just a horse to love and enjoy
So my question what sort of price do you think I'm looking at?
My kids get up about 6am so I let them open Santa presents then about 730 while they have breakfast I'll go let them out quick skip out and fill hays and waters then just ready to bring in later in the day
I'm wanting to go next week to stock up on my winter feeds
I'm a bit unsure best to get
I have a 5 yr old cob in light work will be in over night out in day he will get small amount speedi beet micronised linseed & brewers yeast he did well on that last yr with a Rockies 5 star lick in his...
Ooh I like the idea of specialist livery I was thinking along the lines of retirement livery but rehab or laminitis livery would be good too. If it comes off my horses wouldn't be there they would be on my field at home this is neighbours yard that possibly might be coming for sale in a few...
Mine has just come in today lame slight bit of heat round heal so poulticed it up checked an hour ago and yuk it's an abscess lol burst on the heal so poulticed again and in tonight will turn out in morning unless still very lame