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Old 02-03-2008, 01:35 PM   #6
sundancer maiden
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Thanks, that's really good information!!
I am trying to be carefull not to put weight on too fast, causing the problems, like colic. I've wanted to get her to a gain position and ease up until if or when she needed more. The last thing I want to do is hurt her by pushing too hard!!!
I'll have to start using the picture idea. Just looking at her didn't seem to help much, I can only tell by feeling. I do realize it can be harder to see changes when seeing the horse, or anything on a daily basis. The pictures are a great idea!! Thank you so much!!!
I have taken on horses in very poor condition before. Just not quite this bad or frequently enough to be familiar with all the ins and outs.
I am so very grateful to have you all to ask questions to! You are the very best!!!
I will eagerly accept any advise you can offer!!

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but it helps!!!
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