Thoroughbreds can do

Dixon’s Chief Transitions to his New Life

Aug 29, 2008

Since I sent you an update on Avrispecial I had to send you one on Dixons Chief. When Chief got here I had a lot of trouble getting him to eat but I am pretty sure it was because he had a stomach ulcer. I have had him on U-7. Becky recommended it to me…

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Clever “Casper” Invents New Game – Crash through the Rails

Jan 9, 2009

“Casper” (Familiar Ghost) is doing very well. He’s slowly coming into frame and getting rounder. I’ve jumped him over small stuff, little x’s, and he really thinks about things. I can almost HEAR him thinking, “why jump over this stuff? I can go around it much more easily.” But he’s honest and tries, so I have no complaints! We…

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OTTB Gold’s Anatomy Excels at Natural Horsemanship Clinic

May 6, 2009

This past weekend Laura’s Pony Club had a three day Karen Scholl natural horsemanship clinic and Laura took Goldie. The horses had to wear hula hoops and balloons, walk over tarps and have them pulled over the top of their heads. They eventually were riding around with a halter and lead rope with a huge moving pink balloon blowing around in the middle of the arena while Karen cracked a whip. Goldie was a star!!! No one could believe he is a five year old Thoroughbred off the track, he handled everything so well.

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