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Moonfire - Fixing a Rearing Problem - Part 1
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It all started around November 2011 Ė I couldnít tell you what caused it. Sometimes there is no cause Ė young horses are constantly going through phases, which are seldom triggered by anything at all Ė and this was just ...
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Caudal Heel Syndrome Forces Beau into Retirement
20th May 2013   |   Shows and Events   |   Foxchase Farm
Hi everybody! Itís been a while since I've made an article, so I thought Iíd give you all an update on how Beauís doing. On my last article I had just started showing him again and with the exception of kicking out occasionally, he was doing great. We were planned to start jumpin ...
Beau Returns To Competition After Lameness
2nd Mar 2013   |   Shows and Events   |   Foxchase Farm
Time to give you all an update on Beau! He is doing quite well. I left off at the last vet appointment where he was showing lameness in his foot, but our farrier couldn't find anything. We let it go a month and our vet came back. There was a huge sigh of relief when he jogged out ...
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When Horses Are No Longer Fun
13th Dec 2012   |   General   |   Foxchase Farm
Last night, after a long talk with my friend, I came to the conclusion that I was done. Done with everyone and everything involving the barn. Now this wasn't an idea that just came on spur of the moment, I have been questioning my continuation in riding for a little while now. In ...
My 2012 Show Season Highlights
28th Nov 2012   |   Shows and Events   |   Foxchase Farm
In Late December, there was this horse that I tried out. My friend tried him out before me, and absolutely loved him, but her parents wouldnít pay to buy the horse. He cost $10,000. My trainer was also in love with the horse and really wanted one of our kids to have him. So, I wa ...
Vet Orders 6 Month Stall Rest After Suspensory Ligament Injury
20th Aug 2012   |   General   |   Foxchase Farm
Iím sitting here watching my horse graze, wondering how we got here. Thereís a layer of fog resting over the field, and the birds are singing their morning songs. The air is crisp. He swishes his tail at a few flies as I drift back into time. Itís September 2011. He was just a ...
 
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