HorsePoornBigSky

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  1. Thank you. Yes her foal pictures were in Montana. I remember seeing pop on here a while back and said hello. It's hard to believe I'll have been on here for 13 years the end of Sept.
  2. Hello everyone, Sage is pretty much shed out and already bleaching out. She’s lost even more weight and being worked four to five days a week on average. Most of our riding is through some rolling hills and of course it’s pretty rocky in this area of Oklahoma. She’s almost at the perfect weight, although I think she’d disagree with the abuse she’s receiving lol I got ahold of the blacksmith I was using before I moved her because the current guy that trims/shoes her isn’t someone I really want working on her feet. He’s causing some issues and likes to leave a lot of toe. This fall I’ll be taking a basic horse shoeing class for the purpose of hands on learning and better knowledge of hooves, and then I plan on taking over her feet for trimming purposes. She turned 10 three days ago. It’s crazy to think I’ve had her for 10 years. I gave her a bath yesterday and took some pictures. She hates baths but was a good sport lol I thought I’d share a few pictures of her weight-loss achievements before our big storms hit this evening. They are calling for possibility of tornadoes, baseball size hail and 80mph winds. It should make for an interesting evening. I’m hoping it all passes either north or south of us…. If anyone else is in the path of this system I hope they stay safe. Thank you for looking. Sage out and about, making her rounds Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Ribs are now becoming more visible lol Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Food on the go lol Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Pretty head Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr
  3. Thank you. She makes it easy to take pictures.
  4. Thank you. She's going to be kept up like she is for the rest of the spring/summer. She's an easy keeper which I'd rather have that than the opposite. She'll continue to lose weight as the rides get longer and more intense.
  5. Thank you. I think she's a sweetheart but I may be bias of her. lol
  6. We finally had break between storms today. I figured this evening would be the perfect time to take some pictures of Sage before she starts to sun bleach. She’s still losing weight and being put back to work. She gets rode about four times a week right now. She also hasn’t shed out completely, but she’s just about there. The lucky thing gets to see the vet this weekend for spring check-up, teeth floated and I’m having her tear ducts checked. She’s going to love it. lol Anyway, these are just a few of the pictures I took. Thank you for looking. She’s Off and Running. Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Fast Food Break Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Stretched Out and Dapples Showing Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Pretty Head Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr
  7. lol Thankfully it's not yellow! Oh boy...that would be terrible! It's the same color has her dorsal, it runs vertical up/down her leg. It can be seen pretty well on the 6th picture down.
  8. Yes of course it does. lol It's the same color as her primitive markings.
  9. Thank you. Yes she still has her birthmark...bend..or whatever it's truly called. She's lost even more weight since these pictures. Jubal if you look at her left hind quarter at her buttock and extending down towards her hock you'll see what appears to be "pee" stain or something lol but it's not. I thought the color of halter would look good on her. Especially now since she's not sun faded and is still dark. I need to get some pictures before she fades.
  10. Hey CR, did you post another video or just the one? I'd be curious to know if it was ulcers. Does the mare have any issues with her rear legs being picked up? The gelding in with Sage has a similar gait issue. However, a few years back he was bit by a copperhead in the flank. He got pretty stiff in the hind quarters. He is now on an anti-inflammatory daily which has helped a lot. I've never had a horse with ulcers but now I've got something to read up on.
  11. Hello everyone, I haven't posted on here in quite some time. I recently changed jobs and now have more time at the barn, which I'm sure Sage loves. lol It's been a good change because now I have more time at the barn and I've now been able to actually ride Sage. She's been put on a diet since she's an airfern and only has to see green grass to turn into a pig. lol She's not impressed with the only going out at night for a few hours to eat, but she'll get over it. I thought I'd share some pictures I've taken since the first of the year and the most recent being the first week of April. I need to get some recent pictures since it's very obvious now that's she's lost even more flubber and is being put back to work. I have phone picture but not good quality camera pictures. The weather here is cruddy and I believe it's suppose to remain that way until Sunday so I don't see any new pictures yet. I also bought a custom halter for Sage. It's the first halter that I've bought in over 10 years. lol No need to replace what isn't broken...however, this was too pretty to pass up. Thank you for looking. January Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Feb Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr March Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr April Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr Grulla Quarter Horse (Sage) by Heather T, on Flickr
  12. I've tried logging on both ways. I finally gave up and just started a new account. Facebook is good for businesses and group networking. I'm not addicted to it by any means an it wouldn't be the end of the world but I do find it ridiculous to send an Internet company or whatever you want to call them a picture of a government ID. I don't have Twitter an I don't see the purpose of it.
  13. Yep...but that's the kind of luck I have...
  14. It won't even give me the option to reset the password. It takes me to the login and then directly to the ID page. I can't bypass it lol
  15. So I've come to the conclusion that facebook is dumb. I've been locked out of my account...and the only way to unlock it is sending a picture of a government id (driver's license, marriage certificate, passport, etc) or with some other ridiculous way of mail, etc. Let me think about this.....NO. lol They will "permanently" delete the images once they've confirmed the images. Nope, not doing it. I will just make another page.... Has anyone else had this happen? Not having the page doesn't really hurt my feelings any lol except how do I pass my times of boredom without all the ridiculous posts and pictures. Plus I can't view most people's photography but anymore it's all on facebook. However I refuse to send who knows who my personal information. Never going to happen. lol