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 Topic: Floating Trainer required
Floating Trainer required [message #3220320] Tue, 30 September 2014 13:15
  leec  is currently offline leec  
Messages: 1406
Registered: June 2010
Completely Insane
Hi Everyone,

Firstly yes, I have searched and gotten a few leads, but they are all quite old and I'm looking for any recent recommendations.

Of course, I have a difficult loader - ME. My horse and I had an incident and since then I have lost the plot. Horse has been put on friends float, took 15mins, and floated well.

So, long story short, I need someone to instill some confidence in myself and my horse.

I would appreciate any recommendations of good float trainers in the Central Vic area, I'm willing to pay whatever (this is not an issue).

Thanks in advance
Leec
 Topic: Could anyone help me solve the mystery?
Could anyone help me solve the mystery? [message #3219779] Mon, 29 September 2014 08:15
  vixshion  is currently offline vixshion  
Messages: 1898
Registered: September 2006
Location: Kinglake
Stark, Raving Bonkers
Of my old boys brand. He is a buckskin gelding I took on several months ago. He is about 14.3hh and is aged either 20 or 30 off side brands show 9 over 4. I presume he is a quarter horse but I could be wrong. Would really appreciate if someone could locate the brand (I've tried googling brands but couldnt find anything, clearly Im not doing it right!)

For those interested, who remember the ad I put up for him months ago, before I took him on, he came to me in very skinny, wormy condition. He is now fat, healthy, wormed, teeth done, feet trimmed, bloods all within normal range. I am very glad I have taken him on. he is worth every cent and has stolen my heart. he is a lovely, sweet old horse. I will post pics of him at some stage.

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I've lost one horse that gleamed golden like the sunshine,
one horse that gleamed with the silver of the moonlight...
 Topic: Are you a Parasite or a Rider.
Are you a Parasite or a Rider. [message #3219772] Mon, 29 September 2014 08:03
  TURK  
Messages: 3147
Registered: October 2008
Location: SEDC
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.


http://www.peacehorse.net/peace-horse-blog/are-you-a-rider-o r-a-parasite
 Topic: How to add events to the calendar?
How to add events to the calendar? [message #3219520] Sun, 28 September 2014 08:02
  spana22  is currently offline spana22  
Messages: 106
Registered: September 2009
Location: Bendigo
Level 3
I have posted an event to the event section of the forum and was wondering how I add it to the calendar?
 Topic: Winding down
Winding down [message #3219488] Sat, 27 September 2014 22:06
  Fleurballs  is currently offline Fleurballs  
Messages: 363
Registered: April 2008
Location: Legerete Equestrian
Level 1
I've sold my saddle horse, retired my super dressage horse and leased my brood mares. I've sold my awesome float and now have some real treasures I just don't seem to be able to part with. Like the little pony double bridle I bought at 18 for $30 (heaps in those days) which is just so special and my PH pony dressage saddle.... does anyone else have problems downsizing? I've moved off our farm to the 'burbs and managing that OK but missing my lifestyle. I don't miss the endless work of pasture management or feeding up at dawn in the freezing rain but miss those faithful faces receiving their breaky....
 Topic: STABLE AVAILABLE FOR WERRIBEE HORSE TRIALS
STABLE AVAILABLE FOR WERRIBEE HORSE TRIALS [message #3218880] Thu, 25 September 2014 20:45
2222  is currently offline 2222  
Messages: 21
Registered: June 2009
Location: MENTONE
Level 5
Hi guys i have a stable available for this weekend at Werribee Horse Trials. please contact me if you missed out on getting one. cheers Chris 0418959375 Smile
 Topic: rip fisherman's friend
rip fisherman's friend [message #3218761] Thu, 25 September 2014 14:38
  mlpc2  
Messages: 6942
Registered: January 2011
Location: the club of me :)
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
just saw this pop up on my newsfeed. rest in peace fishie. may you live on through your beautiful progeny
 Topic: 3 Horse Float Hire??
3 Horse Float Hire?? [message #3218669] Thu, 25 September 2014 10:39
Enzio  is currently offline Enzio  
Messages: 5
Registered: June 2012
Level 5
Is there anywhere that hires out 3 horse floats?
I need to transport 2 horses and a mini and would if possible like to use a 3 horse float rather than make 2 trips.

 Topic: Cowboy Conman
Cowboy Conman [message #3218422] Wed, 24 September 2014 17:19
  indi3068  
Messages: 250
Registered: December 2011
Level 2
This guy use to live around the corner from where my horse is. I always heard rumours he was shifty, suppose they are true!

just posting this for a warning as he appears to have screwed a fair few people over

http://aca.ninemsn.com.au/article/8906790/martin-king-catche s-up-with-the-cowboy-conman
 Topic: Agistment around North/East Suburbs of Melbourne?
Agistment around North/East Suburbs of Melbourne? [message #3218130] Tue, 23 September 2014 20:36
  kyabra  is currently offline kyabra  
Messages: 278
Registered: February 2010
Level 2
Just wondering if anyone can suggest Agistment Properties around the North/Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne?
General area of Warrandyte/Wonga Park/Croydon/Kangaroo Ground. Happy to look around.
Thanks in advance! Smile
 Topic: Student looking for jobs in stables/studs
Student looking for jobs in stables/studs [message #3218083] Tue, 23 September 2014 18:37
  missbeautie  is currently offline missbeautie  
Messages: 72
Registered: December 2011
Location: LDARC
Level 4
Turning 17, looking for a full time stable hand job for end of this year, next year.
lots of horsey experience as i have 5 of my own, i compete dressage.
next year i will be doing my cert 2 & 3 in animal studies to become a full time vet nurse.
happy to do anything from feed ups, rugging unrugging, walking, cleaning boxes, prep, cleaning or any miscellaneous job.

Please contact Aimee on 0400070068 or 52811490
or feel free to email me at aimeework2014@outlook.com
 Topic: Horse float shower
Horse float shower [message #3217996] Tue, 23 September 2014 13:28
  tocap  
Messages: 590
Registered: December 2007
Location: Rimini
Level 1
Just wondering whether anybody has put a shower in the back of their float.

I am particularly interested in the installation of the shower base. I have seen a couple of variations including a steel shower base built into the floor, but I have also seen a fold up checker plate base which I am particulrarly interested in as it doesn't appear to require a great deal of installation. I saw a picture of this somewhere online, and simply can't find it again.

Any pictures of any examples would be most welcome.

 Topic: Northern Suburbs - Chiro recommendations..
Northern Suburbs - Chiro recommendations.. [message #3217802] Mon, 22 September 2014 21:04
  Angela99  is currently offline Angela99  
Messages: 64
Registered: July 2014
Location: Melbourne
Level 4
Looking for Chiro as think horse needs a good once over.

[Updated on: Tue, 23 September 2014 06:37]

 Topic: epsom salts
epsom salts [message #3217371] Sun, 21 September 2014 17:16
  **splash-61**  is currently offline **splash-61**  
Messages: 327
Registered: September 2010
Location: none
Level 1
I have a 16.3hh thats around 640kg. I have been putting in one tablespoon (20grams) into his feed. I was told today that it was not enough and I should up it to 100 grams which I think is a little too much.
How much should I feed?
 Topic: funny comments - see Do IT IN A DRESS in Off topic
funny comments - see Do IT IN A DRESS in Off topic [message #3217277] Sun, 21 September 2014 08:01
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
Messages: 6592
Registered: March 2011
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
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For every funny comment I get today of Flynn holding my dress, I will add 1.00 to DO IT IN A DRESS.

My instructor sent a funny comment last night and it got me thinking Laughing

"oh no, he's eaten Michelle!"

(1st dollar for the day Very Happy ) plus the $5 I put in for each ride Very Happy

 Topic: Clipping
Clipping [message #3217235] Sat, 20 September 2014 20:34
  rustyboy  is currently offline rustyboy  
Messages: 60
Registered: April 2009
Level 4
Have clipped my horse and now she has gone bald in her coat change is there a reason for this she has never done it before

[Updated on: Sat, 20 September 2014 20:44]

 Topic: matching up for DO IT IN A DRESS
matching up for DO IT IN A DRESS [message #3216716] Thu, 18 September 2014 15:14
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
Messages: 6592
Registered: March 2011
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
another city barn saddleblanket, which got lots of comments how smart it looked and how nice on Flynn - Thanks to the lovely VH'er who kindly got this for me last year, I love it Very Happy

Bit hard to see, but Flynn had little red pony tails in his mane and then of course I had the red dress on.

Red overload, but I think he looked cute.

He was awesome yesterday, soo rapt with him Very Happy
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 Topic: Instructor suggestions?
Instructor suggestions? [message #3215271] Sun, 14 September 2014 08:20
  willowbeast  is currently offline willowbeast  
Messages: 647
Registered: December 2011
Location: Wyena
Level 1 - Advanced

Wondering if anyone has a good all-round instructor they know/can suggest that will come to Lang Lang? Smile

I'm a junior competitive rider getting back into the eventing scene. Very Happy Not too picky but would love someone with eventing experience.

Thank you!
 Topic: Public riding arenas Mornington Peninsula
Public riding arenas Mornington Peninsula [message #3213992] Tue, 09 September 2014 10:12
  horsiefun  
Messages: 100
Registered: May 2014
Level 3
Does anyone know if there are any public riding places around Mornington Peninsula, Cranbourne South etc?

I already know of Akoonah Park in Berwick and Iven's Reserve but hoping to find something a little closer.

Edited to clarify - not looking for an agistment with facilities, I already have those, looking for somewhere like an Akoonah Park or Ivens Reserve that have an arena but are public.

[Updated on: Tue, 09 September 2014 10:51]

 Topic: wanted
wanted [message #3213387] Sun, 07 September 2014 14:45
  bevie  is currently offline bevie  
Messages: 115
Registered: July 2011
Level 3
hi guys
im after a horse arena rake/harrow....
thanks
 Topic: DOING IT IN DRESSES
DOING IT IN DRESSES [message #3213349] Sun, 07 September 2014 12:23
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
Messages: 6592
Registered: March 2011
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
Jaymee and I rode/long reined Flynn and Matilda this morning, more in my other post in off topic

just a couple pics Very Happy
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 Topic: favourite pics of you and your horse (:
favourite pics of you and your horse (: [message #3213005] Fri, 05 September 2014 21:36
flick123  is currently offline flick123  
Messages: 11
Registered: August 2014
Level 5
this is my favourite picture so far

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 Topic: Showcase horse floats
Showcase horse floats [message #3212922] Fri, 05 September 2014 19:11
  grundii  is currently offline grundii  
Messages: 123
Registered: January 2010
Location: Aaron Park Equestrian Clu...
Level 3
I am looking at buying a showcase float as they are looking like great value for the price they are for an import .

i was just wondering if anyone has had any dealings with them , bought a float from them etc

TIA

 Topic: Ascot riding jacket
Ascot riding jacket [message #3212261] Thu, 04 September 2014 07:53
  firefox  is currently offline firefox  
Messages: 687
Registered: November 2009
Level 1 - Advanced
Hi peeps
Looking for ascot riding jacket navy with cold pipping size 10. Cheers:)
 Topic: Anyone interested?
Anyone interested? [message #3212121] Wed, 03 September 2014 20:34
horseswhatelse  is currently offline horseswhatelse  
Messages: 11
Registered: April 2014
Level 5
sending out feelers to see if any would be interested in buying any wooden base tack room items if i were to make and sell them. I havent sorted out anything but i was thinking along the line of:

<these are all to be wooden>

-tack shed shelving
-storage
-racks
-light weight wooden groom kit holder {with a handle and two split open compartments
-wooden tubs
- food storage bins

would anyone be interested if i were to sell healthy horse treats?

It would be great if people could put PICTURES below of what would interest them and also PRICES you would pay! Any other ideas on what to sell are welcome!

[Updated on: Wed, 03 September 2014 20:39]

 Topic: Friends of WPNEC horse trials
Friends of WPNEC horse trials [message #3210914] Mon, 01 September 2014 08:27
  Shogun  
Messages: 381
Registered: June 2009
Location: Werribee
Level 1
For those that competed at Friends of Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre Horse Trials, the OFFICIAL event photographer was
Derek O'Leary, OZ EQUESTRIAN PHOTOGRAPHY
http://www.derekoleary.com/

And video of you cross country by An Eventful Life
https://www.an-eventful-life.com.au/

*please note, these were the only photographers pre approved by the committee for the event*

There is also rosettes won by competitors not collected at the event! A list of these can be found at the Friends Of Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre facebook page. Please feel free to tag your friends in the post...as what is left un -collected by the end of the week will be forfeited Crying or Very Sad
 Topic: Anyone Agist At Karabil Park in Skye?
Anyone Agist At Karabil Park in Skye? [message #3210762] Sun, 31 August 2014 16:52
  hoofbeats89  is currently offline hoofbeats89  
Messages: 153
Registered: June 2011
Level 2
Just wondering if anyone currently agisting at karabil could PM me and answer a few questions?
 Topic: Any aggistment in the Basin?
Any aggistment in the Basin? [message #3209750] Wed, 27 August 2014 22:23
The_Eventer  is currently offline The_Eventer  
Messages: 1
Registered: August 2014
Location: Melbourne
Level 5
I am currently leasing a mare who is kept on Old
Coach road in a small paddock, in November I have my old horse coming back as she has just recovered from a bad injury from 2013 from jumping the paddock fence and getting her leg caught.

Along the track that I walk along to get to the paddock there is a giant house with a small arena and nice paddocks, I think it is on a road called Allback road? I'm not sure though, it's around Old Coach road and there are lots of horses there so I assume they aggistment but I can't find any way to contact them.

I think the fences at the current place I keep this mare are not good enough to hold my old horse and I need aggistment that is walking distance.

So I was wondering does anyone know this house? Aggist there, have numbers etc? Would be really greatly appreciated ! Smile
 Topic: Trade Stalls at TTT SJ?
Trade Stalls at TTT SJ? [message #3209648] Wed, 27 August 2014 18:14
  Brit  is currently offline Brit  
Messages: 2890
Registered: April 2008
Location: South West Vic
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Does anyone know if there will be trade stands at TTT SJ? and if so who will be there?

Picking up a new pony who will need a few bits and pieces..
 Topic: Some photos from Showjumping....Apollo Bay & Otway RC 24.8.14
Some photos from Showjumping....Apollo Bay & Otway RC 24.8.14 [message #3208484] Sun, 24 August 2014 12:45
  shooter  is currently offline shooter  
Messages: 85
Registered: September 2009
Level 3
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I have approx 80 photos from today, they will be online on wednesday on my website if anyone is interested.....was only there for an hour.

Angie

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 Topic: Boundary Fence
Boundary Fence [message #3208032] Fri, 22 August 2014 19:52
  bingochick2011  is currently offline bingochick2011  
Messages: 728
Registered: March 2012
Location: EV, AQHA
Level 1 - Advanced
My friend just called me quite upset. There is a new tenant next door that is agisting horses (6) on 5 acres. Twice now my friend has had to fix the boundary fence because their horses have lent over to eat the grass and snapped the wire. She was away last week and so was her horse and prior to bringing horse back she only has one she checked the boundary fence again and sure enough it was busted again, so she went next door and no one home so she contacted the real estate that manages the property to inform them of the situation re boundary fence. Well my friend copped a barrage of verbal abuse from the tenant stating that her horses did not do the damage etc plus the swearing even though my friend tried to tell her that her horse wasn't there the tenant did not accept that. My friend said she will pay for the fence to be fixed I said no she should call agent and the owner of the property should pay half or should the tenant ? What are people's thoughts ? my friend also mentioned that they were agisting 6 horses on 5 acres to the agent. Her husband is not due back from the mines till 5 th of September normally he would do fences.
She is normally a quiet mouse of a person and this has rattled her.
 Topic: Bitless Dressage Weekend in Bendigo
Bitless Dressage Weekend in Bendigo [message #3207792] Fri, 22 August 2014 08:07
  spana22  is currently offline spana22  
Messages: 106
Registered: September 2009
Location: Bendigo
Level 3
Information and registrations are available in the events section of Vic Horse.

Saturday will be two 3hr clinics with Lynn McIntyre and Sunday will be the Bitless Dressage Comp.

It was a great weekend last year and everyone had lots of fun. Places are limited.
 Topic: training day vs newcomer status
training day vs newcomer status [message #3207238] Wed, 20 August 2014 13:46
  kcmason  is currently offline kcmason  
Messages: 852
Registered: May 2008
Location: seymour
Level 1 - Advanced

silly question- would a training day in dressage affect Newcomers?
It isnt a competition but horse completes a test- is judged- you receive feedback/training and then complete test again.
But isnt horse vs another horse


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 Topic: Freeze Branding
Freeze Branding [message #3206378] Mon, 18 August 2014 09:45
  Hartz  is currently offline Hartz  
Messages: 685
Registered: April 2007
Level 1 - Advanced
I need a pony freeze branded so he can head off to his new home. TCS has just been over this way so isn't planning to come back until he has more bookings. Does anyone have any suggestions who else I could get? I need someone who has the full set of letters as well as the numbers.
 Topic: Extended float hire Central Victoria
Extended float hire Central Victoria [message #3205943] Sat, 16 August 2014 18:19
  eryn_schmeryn  is currently offline eryn_schmeryn  
Messages: 69
Registered: September 2008
Location: Ranges Equestrian Centre
Level 4
Hi everyone!
Just wondering if anyone in or around Central Victoria knows where to hire an extended float from? My friend is looking at taking her big tb to some shows but doesn't have a float, he doesn't fit in a standard! Or failing a hoer place, anyone with an extended float looking at making some extra cash and could float him?

Cheers, Eryn
 Topic: Looking for a horse to ride around Geelong area
Looking for a horse to ride around Geelong area [message #3205247] Thu, 14 August 2014 10:50
sienna86  is currently offline sienna86  
Messages: 4
Registered: June 2012
Level 5
Have just started riding again (doing lessons) after the last 8 years of having no horses. Will have a horse to ride in November, but wanting to get some hours into my legs before then to get back into the swing of things.

Wanting to find someone to ride with (that has a horse that needs riding). Upto 45 mins from Geelong.
I finish work at 4pm, Can go in afternoons or weekends.

When I was riding competitively was showing, Grade 2 PC Dressage and eventing.

I'm short so anything over 13.2hh.

[Updated on: Thu, 14 August 2014 10:51]

 Topic: Horse Related job
Horse Related job [message #3205058] Wed, 13 August 2014 18:50
  ChloeEveBilly  is currently offline ChloeEveBilly  
Messages: 123
Registered: October 2013
Location: Frankston
Level 3
Ok guys, well I'm now 15 and I'm looking for a horse related job.... Anything to do with horses would be great just so I can earn a but of cash Smile I'd only be looking for $30-$40 for the day I work. A Saturday would be perfect for me I can start early morning or in the afternoon Smile

I'd be happy to pick up poo, collect your horse for you, groom it, tack it up, warm the horse up I can even ride any horses that need excersicing. I have been riding for nearly 10years and I'm an intermediate rider. Of course you wouldn't let me ride a horse unless you know my riding. So you could come out to my agisment just so you can see me riding my horse so you know what rider I am. Otherwise I'm happy just caring for your horse. I would even be happy to come to a competition to be your strapper Smile

If anyone has anything available not to far from Langwarrin/ Frankston/ Mornington Peninsula would be awesome 😀😀 please PM me 🐴🐴

THANK YOU😋


You ony find freedom on the back of a horse ❤️💜💚💙
 Topic: Judy McArthur saddlefit in Mornington Peninsula
Judy McArthur saddlefit in Mornington Peninsula [message #3204918] Wed, 13 August 2014 11:52
  horsiefun  
Messages: 100
Registered: May 2014
Level 3
I am currently on a waiting list for Judy but it won't be in the MP area. She's booked up until end Sept, but I thought it might be worthwhile to see if anyone is also interested and could contact Judy and that may persuade her to travel if she gets the numbers.

I am only posting this as I understand that there are many people on here who use Judy so thought it might be worthwhile and it would also be great for me if I didn't have to travel too far to get an appt.

Smile
 Topic: Sales prep recommendation
Sales prep recommendation [message #3203893] Sun, 10 August 2014 13:20
  summer  
Messages: 521
Registered: November 2008
Location: KEC
Level 1
Hi , can anyone give some recommendations of ppl who take horses for training/sales preparation (and will also show the horse to buyers) in the south east?
Please PM me if you prefer. Thank you muchly.


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 Topic: Lessons on educated horse? Mornington peninsula
Lessons on educated horse? Mornington peninsula [message #3203602] Sat, 09 August 2014 11:26
Kbj4  
Messages: 5
Registered: October 2013
Level 5
Does anyone know of someone on the peninsula who does lessons on experienced or well schooled horse/s?

I've just made the very difficult decision to lease out my horse due to lack of time with a young family and saving money to buy acreage. But I would like to get my horse fix with a fortnightly lesson or something. I'm an experienced rider (have competed to prenovice eventing) so I am looking for somewhere that I can ride a horse and get a lesson that would be compatible with my level of riding experience.
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