I had Richard Maxwell for a bad loader, but what he did was just the start of it
He was here for a day, and left me with instructions to load load load load load until it became second nature for both me and the horse
RM got the horse loading, but it was my job to keep him loading
I'm so sorry that the reality doesn't match your expectations; I'm sure a lot of us have experienced that at one time or another.
Just to focus on some practical points - has your mare always been bad to load?
Some horses become worse loaders if they have a minor unsoundness (maybe not even...
Humans can get a thing called diabetes insipidus. It's nothing to do with sugar; you pee loads because a hormone called antidiuretic hormone (made in the brain, tells the kidneys to hang onto water) is lacking. I guess that's what your vet is thinking of. It's treatable as a synthetic form of...