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 Topic: J & K Equine Breaking & Training Services
Re: J & K Equine Breaking & Training Services [message #3292970 is a reply to message #3292043 ] Sat, 28 November 2015 00:29
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 Topic: Trevor Ibborson-woodward Dressage Clinic
Re: Trevor Ibborson-woodward Dressage Clinic [message #3292971 is a reply to message #3291373 ] Sat, 28 November 2015 00:30
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 Topic: Dipping/stumbling in the backend
Re: Dipping/stumbling in the backend [message #3292972 is a reply to message #3292931 ] Sat, 28 November 2015 00:44
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He has regular Chiro/ massages and had a thorough vet inspection when we started on the Pentosan. Nothing was picked up by any of them.

It only happens maybe once or twice in an hour of riding, so it's not exactly a frequent occurence. And then not every single time he's ridden.

It's never happened in the canter, only ever in a slow walk or trot. Yes, it does feel like a slip in the quarter, going down a fraction more than expected. That's a good way to put it. I haven't noticed if it's more one sided, but I shall pay attention from now on.
 Topic: Crisfloats
Re: Crisfloats [message #3292973 is a reply to message #3292958 ] Sat, 28 November 2015 07:21
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Emma wrote on Fri, 27 November 2015 20:30

Mylo_Mouse wrote on Thu, 26 November 2015 19:27

HeidiGA wrote on Thu, 26 November 2015 15:48

Laughing I was tossing up between Crisfloat and Cheval Liberte.
I think she has had a few issues with floor as well.

I'm 99% leaning towards Cheval Liberte now (just need to check transparency) Laughing

Do you know what the issues with the flooring were?

I think she found the rubber matting wore really quickly so she had to put extra on top.

Hmmm...don't the Polys have the pour in flooring?
Mine has and well used each week..it sits in the paddock open when not used to float train.
It would mean the some serious rough movement in a particular spot..pawing possibly?
Would wear quicker if horse had shoes on doing it too...not many poured floors would stand upto that for too long tho is lovely and soft under foot plus its grouse for scramblers I found they don't slip.
Well...actually they just do not scramble at all in it. Smile

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