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A years differance

Re: A years differance

Postby Trudi » Mon Dec 21, 2015 12:12 pm

He looks fabulous M-E- what a boy :love:
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Re: A years differance

Postby M-E » Mon Dec 21, 2015 6:22 pm

JennieF wrote:I do wonder what on earth happened to all the other horses up there though :sad: :sad: Tiky was the lucky one who got away ....



I do too Jennie and they looked like that at the begining of the winter :sad:

One thing that I have found fasanating has been his feet, first they where full of mico cracks, which I looked up and is a classic sign of a very poor diet over a long time, these have now grown out but also the shape, the fronts went very pointy, I left for my farrier to see, he said that it was either his stifles, it could be a big health problem or the fact that as his muscles where starting to rebuild and that when got rebalanced then his feet would change again, which they have :thumbup: just loved seeing how his body shape has changed too, a good excuess for taking loads of pics :lol: it has been a very intresting year :-D
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