Guys! Looking for a bit of advice, long story short. A woman I know has been buying puppies by the litter from Ireland to sell in Scotland. I didn't know the ins and outs of it all, until a litter appeared at the yard where my horses are liveried. (Woman had told yard owner she had been 'given'...
I'm west scotland and found some in my paddock in flower last week too! Pulled it out and disposed of. Unfortunately I'm the only one on the yard who does this. Everyone else thinks I'm mad scouring the field!
Oh I know! I think there is roughly 5/6 months between pictures, but he lost condition again after being gelded. Thanks for all the lovely comments. You don't quote believe the change until you actually compare. I shall need to do another update soon!
No, he was gelded the day after I bought him. We are at livery so didn't have the facilities to keep him entire. But he'd fathered a couple of foals. I'll look out some pictures!
He's around 15.1 / 2 at the mo x
He's very unusual lol. Plan was to bring him on and sell. But he's growing on me, but he'll have this winter with us and the started the year, may show him as a 4yo then wait and see. He really is part of the gang now.
Chic! Thought I'd share some pictures of my little project pony.
for anyone who doesn't know, this was the little guy who filled a space which was left by my previous project pony. Untouched, unhandled, rising 3 yo colt. I fell in love with his instantly.
Thank you :) cant see any signs on my lot but I'll keep my eye's peeled!
So how do i go about dealing with it? Stables will be scrubbed out with j. fluid asap. As I said- the horses affected are at the opposite end of the yard and dont get stabled at all
Hi you lovely lot!
As the title says, there is 3 definate cases on the yard- confirmed by the vet (all horses belong to the same person - She owns 8). Closely inspected my 4 guys last night and cannot see anything on them, they dont come into contact with the other horses but want to be on the...