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June 4, 2017

  Mares. Can’t live with them.  Can’t produce sweet, happy, dopey geldings without them… I have always sworn that I would never own a mare. My first pony was a mare, but she was a gift from my mom, and she was an exception to the mare stereotype. And there ARE exceptions, of course, but[…]

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April 3, 2017

***Disclaimer:  This information is provided as a reminder of a common problem we see among our equine pals, particularly during the spring and fall.  It is NOT intended to replace medical advice from professionals.  Any questions, concerns, or issues you have about your horse’s health should be addressed with your veterinarian.***   It’s that time[…]

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March 26, 2017

As stated in my bio, my love affair with horses began at a very young age. I got my first pony, Pearl, when I was five or so. She was an old paint pony whose coloring was a light, dusty tan-over-white that made her appear more dirty than painted. Her head was so big that[…]

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June 4, 2017

  Mares. Can’t live with them.  Can’t produce sweet, happy, dopey geldings without them… I have always sworn that I would never own a mare. My first pony was a mare, but she was a gift from my mom, and she was an exception to the mare stereotype. And there ARE exceptions, of course, but[…]

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April 3, 2017

***Disclaimer:  This information is provided as a reminder of a common problem we see among our equine pals, particularly during the spring and fall.  It is NOT intended to replace medical advice from professionals.  Any questions, concerns, or issues you have about your horse’s health should be addressed with your veterinarian.***   It’s that time[…]

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March 26, 2017

As stated in my bio, my love affair with horses began at a very young age. I got my first pony, Pearl, when I was five or so. She was an old paint pony whose coloring was a light, dusty tan-over-white that made her appear more dirty than painted. Her head was so big that[…]

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  Mares. Can’t live with them.  Can’t produce sweet, happy, dopey geldings without them… I have always sworn that I would never own a mare. My first pony was a mare, but she was a gift from my mom, and she was an exception to the mare stereotype. And there ARE exceptions, of course, but[…]

***Disclaimer:  This information is provided as a reminder of a common problem we see among our equine pals, particularly during the spring and fall.  It is NOT intended to replace medical advice from professionals.  Any questions, concerns, or issues you have about your horse’s health should be addressed with your veterinarian.***   It’s that time[…]

March 26, 2017

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As stated in my bio, my love affair with horses began at a very young age. I got my first pony, Pearl, when I was five or so. She was an old paint pony whose coloring was a light, dusty tan-over-white that made her appear more dirty than painted. Her head was so big that[…]

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  Mares. Can’t live with them.  Can’t produce sweet, happy, dopey geldings without them… I have always sworn that I would never own a mare. My first pony was a mare, but she was a gift from my mom, and she was an exception to the mare stereotype. And there ARE exceptions, of course, but[…]

***Disclaimer:  This information is provided as a reminder of a common problem we see among our equine pals, particularly during the spring and fall.  It is NOT intended to replace medical advice from professionals.  Any questions, concerns, or issues you have about your horse’s health should be addressed with your veterinarian.***   It’s that time[…]

As stated in my bio, my love affair with horses began at a very young age. I got my first pony, Pearl, when I was five or so. She was an old paint pony whose coloring was a light, dusty tan-over-white that made her appear more dirty than painted. Her head was so big that[…]

March 26, 2017

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