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  • Re: How's everyone doing with their New Year's resolutions?

    Jayne, I'd like to market My weight loss program! "Calving off the Pounds", we walk - the calving lots, Kick up clods to get a cow to move... Dance in place to keep warm on those long dark cold nights. We Trot and lunge and do free weights with pitchforks of hay and water bucket brigade to thirsty mother heifers in the barn... In all in the past 2 weeks I've lost 8 lbs. Combined with this we have all the beef and potatoes and veggies a person could want to eat. Anyone who'd
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by karice on 02-04-2012
  • Re: Bit Mayhem and Saddling Problems = HELP!

    You stated she goes 28 days and wham she has another hissy. Vet check, she may have cyctic ovary. If she is having pain she'll display as resistance and irritability. I had a great AQHA mare who had them, she was a world class B**$h. We treated her, and I leased her to a student and while at her barn turned out with "geldings" ended up getting bred. She came home bred, and after foaling she seemed to have more normal cycles for the rest of her life. she was still a very bossy mare,
    Posted to English (Forum) by karice on 01-29-2012
  • Re: Achieving and Maintaining Balance

    Don't sweat the small stuff! You are right to sometime stop and take a breather. Horses are like kids, they learn in spurts. You have to review, review and review somemore. When you're starting each session, keep it interesting, but allow the horse to stretch, bend flex in a longer lower frame. Then just as any athlete when they are warmed up and ready to proceed with learning you can move forward into a more 'disciplined' attitude. For me, my horses and I are spending a lot of time
    Posted to English (Forum) by karice on 01-29-2012
  • Re: Dressage Trainer Woes...

    AWWW! I really like him! He's young, bold and has lots of charisma - even in this little clip. You are tall, elegant, and working wisely you two will be lovely together. I do see you are stiff and not following in your seat in canter, you rush the transitions... he IS trying to please, what a good feller! He does tend to fall behind your leg, but that isn't a huge problem. He's not being goofy and seems to be bending and level in his way of going. Having a coach who understands YOUR goals
    Posted to English (Forum) by karice on 06-28-2011
  • Re: puppetry

    The South African Puppeteers were nominated for TONY award for these wonderful WarHorse puppets!
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by karice on 05-03-2011
  • Re: Showing on a Budget

    This subject is one that a great many parents should be aware of, and combat the tendencies of not keeping ON budget. All shows put out their premium books. In it, it explains alll classes, fees dues and any added charges. Best way to budget - get the book early, read every class description, know what classes you WANT to ride in, which your horse is CAPABLE and eligible to ride in, and ONLY sign up for the classes you feel you can both do creditable justice to... Also, does this show require membership
    Posted to Dressage Today (Forum) by karice on 04-12-2011

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  • Re: what to do ???

    [quote user="journeygirl"] [quote user="unique2"]enough said ...... I did post it so I opened it up for peoples opinions. My mistake I tried to delete the post because this has become a negative experiance. Yes you have freely given your opinions which I asked for but now it getting very negative which I don't want to partake in. You all have written you don't think he has what it takes fine .....if that is a humble opinion so be it . I don't agree.... that is not
    Posted to English (Forum) by karice on 03-04-2011
  • Re: dogs at the barn

    Our barn in springtime is a busy hectic place. We have stock dogs. When 'company' come, friends to help work cattle or just kids to ride, there's always a few extra dogs. At home, its' fine, it's a social occasion for them. My horses aren't bothered by the goings on of tugs of war, tag games or the occasional disagreement with loud sound effects. But, any and all get scolded if they aren't behaved around the cows or the horse pens. Dumb dogs who don't obey or are bothering
    Posted to Horse Journal (Forum) by karice on 03-04-2011
  • Re: "Alternative" Jumpers

    Thank You, Thank You!!! Our cats have a course of jumps, - mostly the cross country in house variety, down the hall, to the couch, rebound, over the coffin ditch (the space between 2 couches) down the down bank (back of the couch), thru the trees ( the piano stool legs) over the water ( the biffy) and sprint to the finish at the bowl of champions (the dinner dish!) ta-da-lump, ta-da-lump, ta-da-lump!
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by karice on 03-04-2011
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