Hi Lexi, Do you keep your horses on Valley rd? The pics look like the farm below and down a bit from ours. If so. I am on Rojem rd off Long hill. We have a barn and riding ring right above you! Loved your costume by the way
Hi Lexi: I heard the same things about Camino that you did, which fits pretty well with what we know of the Tramino babies. Interestingly, we have had a lot of experience with Formaat offspring as well since we stood him for several years. The cross of Tramino on Formaat mares has been wonderful. Some Formaat offspring can be a little weaker in the canter which both of our boys, Kingston and Tramino, have improved upon while keeping his expressive trot and that wonderful personality. Formaat was the sweetest horse and I do miss him so much. Good luck with your breeding plans. Marilyn
Hi Lexi, put the poles that are 2m apart, on the ground and the other two on the top of the jump. Keep the jump low to start with. As you get higher and she is going strait all the time you can take the two ground poles away and spread out the other two poles as wide as they will go, keeping the vee shape on the top of the jump. Let me know how you get on . have fun, Geoffrey
Hi Lexi - nice to touch bases with you. I know Kamber, though have never owned a foal of hers. She did have a foal by Tramino for Mary Ellen. Tramino is ours. E-mail me privately and I will give you what info I have.
strait jumping.jpgHi Lexi, I 've a really easy way to fix your problem. Build the exercise in the picture , making sure you are looking up over the top of the fence. Get someone to help with this , it's easy to think you are looking up when you aren't sometimes. With the doubles make sure you start with two stride one's first. the distance should be 8.7 m up to 9m for jumps under a metre . Good luck always follows good management, see ya , Geoffrey
First try to get the blood root at the health store, and give , one tblspn, two times daily in his feed, make sure the horse does not get processed pellets, or sweet feed. Use oats, corn barley, dry, or whole oats, or other natural type grains.
If your parents, will get the blood root, start there, the garlic blend and blood root, to last over 4 months, would cost, about 110.00, plus whatever shipping it is/
Let me know if you dont find the blood root.
As I mentioned, it is better to use the garlic blend with it, for best results, but just using the blood root alone is better than nothing at all.
You should be able to get blood root at a good health food herb shop. If you cannot get it, let me know and I can send it to you, we carry it along with other herbs for the sarcoids, including a black salve.
We suggest feeding with garlic, 6 days a week for at least 3 months, to make sure circualtion and immune are built up.
You can check other formulas, at www.horsehrbalist.com
Thanks for your nice comments on my video with my horse Jazz. She is a pretty special girl and the Parelli Natural Hosemanship program has really helped us in many ways. I LOVE youe profile pic costume and video. How COOL!