I was unable to log in for over a year, but with the help from Jayne i'm back :)
Update on life.
I've since graduated with my associates in Business Administration, and picked up a full time job at the local grocery store (I've worked there 4 yrs, but recently been made full time)
Cb my National Show Horse is now 23 yrs old, and the most picky eater i have ever seen.Anything that turns to powder or gets dusty when he eats, he will stop eating. Purina senior he will pick at but not finish. I've put him and my other on a newer feeding program called HS-35, its a Topical that is fed over whole oats or fed alone that contains all the vitamins and minerals that a horse needs. He gets it with a scoop of Cool Calories 100 and is slowly starting to pick up weight again. CB weight tapes at 1068 but is still a tad ribby in motion.
Riley my little solid colored appy is not so little anymore now 6 this year, Since switching to HS-35 he has grown almost a full hand in height in the last 5 months, and is filling out nicely. He's not completely broke at the canter but i use him alot on the trails and he has recently figured out that playing in the ponds is loads of fun :)
I'm glad to be back and can't wait to catch up on everyones horse journeys! I've already started reading soloris's blog trying to catch up on how solo is doing.
Hello Everyone from Michigan!!
Without my horse, im just human. Without me, my horse is just an animal. But when you put us together we become an unstoppable team!
Crying the Blues, 23 year old National Show horse (Pictured above)
R Impulsive Invite, 6 year old Appaloosa
Luvs Fantacy, 29 year old National Show Horse (Rest in Peace, December 4, 2009)