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Post by beccachow on Fri May 08, 2009 11:38 pm

Hello all! I'm beccachow. I have 3 horses, well 3 and a half since I gave a navicular gelding to an 18 year old but still pay board for him up the lane...long story. Anywhooo, I am lucky to keep my boys at home, and they are: Buddy, my sweet but fiery Arabian, Sid, my huge appaloosa (I have nick named him the mack truck, he is level headed and sane but soooo uncomfortable!), and Sunny, my newest aqcuisition since I am semi-retiring Buddy. He is a goooorgeous palomino who is just a little too "in your face."

Now we know that there are as many ways to take care of a horse as there are breeds of horse. I do not believe there is a right way and a wrong way to do anything, from training to feeding to worming. Just different ways. I also know some simple questions can turn into heated debates in the horse world...barefoot or shod? Clinton Anderson or Parrelli? Blanket or not?

Let's keep our debates, should they happen, under control. Remember, people have been raising horses in different ways for THOUSANDS of years, whether it is a native American riding bareback with a rope, or the beautiful Andalusians being used for battle.

That being said, let's brag on our horses and donkeys, ask lots of questions, and have fun!
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