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

    Thanks Gailforce. It's nice to know that I'm not the only one. I'm gonna look that book up. It sounds like a good one to read.
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 02-01-2012
  • Re: How's everyone doing with their New Year's resolutions?

    My New Years resolution is to get back into riding again like I used to do. Due to an accident I had (horse spooked; I fell off; broke a couple things) I've lost some of my nerve and I know that the only way to fix it for me is to just get on and go! Now if winter would just pack up and leave. There's too much snow and ice to ride where I live and Ginger and I both hate the cold. When I go to put her out to stretch her legs she looks at me like REALLY! You want me to go out there!? So we
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 01-30-2012
  • Re: Help! I rode for years, why can't I now?

    I turned the computer on this morning to catch up on all the topics and this one really hit home. I know exactly what your feeling. My story's a little different. I had an incident on a young horse (got bucked off, hit my head, knocked me out had a helmet on too) and my middle son was the only one home when it happened. I'll never forget the look on his face when I came to. Very scary! I sold that horse and now have another. She's very sweet. Sometimes a little jumpy, but nothing to be
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 04-05-2011
  • Warble Fly Bite?

    Can anyone give me some info on what a warble fly bite looks and feels like? My mare has a lump that swelled up below it for about a day. Now it's a small lump (about the size of a nickel) that's hard inside. I tried looking it up in my books and a warble fly is what it sounds like, but I'm not sure. I wouldn't be so worried about it, but it's right where my girth would be. The book said not to bother it and it would eventually exit and go away, but it's been almost three
    Posted to Horse Care (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 05-11-2010
  • Re: Bowed tendon

    To Jayne-Admin Thanks so much for the info on bowed tendons. I apologize for not getting back to you sooner. I read everything you sent me and I feel much better. I'll still keep a close eye on her leg, but as long as we can just take a nice trail ride that will be fine. Thanks again! GiGisbuddy
    Posted to Horse Care (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 08-08-2009
  • Bowed tendon

    Hi everyone! I was just wondering if anyone out there could give me some info on a bowed tendon. Or better anyone riding a horse with a bowed tendon now? Last winter my horse was racing around in her pasture (in the snow) and hurt herself. It doesn't seem to bother her now. I have been trail riding her, but only about once a week and no hard galloping. Although, she still races around in her field (like a goof ball!) when she gets the urge, and she hasn't gone lame again. (Knock
    Posted to Horse Care (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 07-31-2009
  • Re: Hosting a Trail Ride

    Yeah I've kinda given up on "hosting" a trail ride. I've looked into it and there are just too many things that could go wrong. Isn't that a shame? I'm still going to introduce myself to a couple people though. I just met someone yesterday while we were bailing hay. She's just gotten herself a horse. I told her we should go riding sometime. So maybe someone will call and say "Wanna go for a ride?". In the meantime I'm busy finding new trails. I just went
    Posted to On The Trail (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 06-15-2009
  • Re: Hosting a Trail Ride

    Hey everyone! Thanks for the advice. You brought up some good points that I hadn't thought of. I think I'll just introduce myself to a couple people first before I invite the whole gang. I really like the "door to door" idea and of course there will be food. For horses and people! Thanks again! Gigisbuddy
    Posted to On The Trail (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 06-03-2009
  • Hosting a Trail Ride

    Hi everyone! I'm thinking about hosting a trail ride at my home. I live right in the middle of acres of state game lands. I usually ride by myself (I'm the only horse person in my family), but it would be fun to have someone to ride with every once in a while. There are quite a few people within a 5-8 mile radius of my house that have horses and I don't know any of them. I figured it would be a good way to meet them if I got word out that I was having a trail ride. My question is...can
    Posted to On The Trail (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 06-01-2009
  • Re: In need offly control help!

    Wanna know the biggest mistake in history?...Noah not swatting both flies when he had the chance!
    Posted to General Discussion (Forum) by GiGisbuddy on 05-29-2009
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