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  1. thedutchess

    Coffin Joint Arthritis

    Hi everyone, I’m boy has been diagnosed with coffin arthritis in February he’s had never blocks xrays, he was initially lame only in trot, I had the joint injected recommended by the vet, now I think it’s the worse thing I could have let happen, he is now lame in walk one day then not...
  2. thedutchess

    Coffin joint Arthritis

    Hi everyone, I’m boy has been diagnosed with coffin arthritis in February he’s had never blocks xrays, he was initially lame only in trot, I had the joint injected recommended by the vet, now I think it’s the worse thing I could have let happen, he is now lame in walk one day then not...
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    Gelatine

    Strange question well for me anyway my farrier has suggested i feed gelatine in my horses feed for hoof quality, ive never heard this before so hence the question has anyone ever heard this before? he currently does have biotin extra
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    Ulcers gastro g

    Hi all :wave: need some of your advice and looking for reviews I suspect my tb has ulcers there is a relatively new product called gastro g by superflex now apparently I use this lightly as I don’t know, it’s as good as gastro guard and insurance companies pay out on it, now I’m willing to...
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    Worming

    May be a silly question but i have just wormed with equitape for 3 types of tapeworm but they need a reg worm as well how long after i have given the equitape can i give a regular wormer? thanks
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    Worming

    I've just done my horses with equitape how long after can I give a reg wormer?
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    Who's coming out of winter a bit to well?

    As title one of my ponys have done a bit to well over the winter, there on alibi hay in a ring and live out, I've just gone down in weight on the rugs. Anyone else in the same boat?
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    Breaking sending away

    My pony has been sat on by me a couple of times and my kids are led on him, he long rains, drives in a cart and wears full tack, I want to send him away to be broken but don't know how long it will take and how much I can afford, I can not do it myself as I have a back injury and not risking it...
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    Riding boots for skinny legs

    As title I know a lot of people have problems with a wide leg but I have the opposite problem, I'm a size 6 but the calf is always to big, can anyone recommend a brand that will cater for my leg? 😊 thanks in advance
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    Backing charges

    As title how much do you pay for backing services, and what do you get for that money. Interested in the people that come to you if possible, if not the sending away option. Thanks
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    DIY rug proofing

    I always take my rugs in to be cleaned and reproofed but I'm going to look into doing it myself to save some penny's, how many of you do it? And what products and brands would you recommend only tried and tested ones please, thanks in advance 🐴😊
  12. thedutchess

    Advice wintering out

    Need a bit of advice I've always had a little yard, but having another addition to the horsey family I have not got enough grazing so have rented 3 acres of land off the local farmer, it's in two paddocks with lots of natural shelter a lean to shelter has no sides but a nice roof and well put...
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