trainerunlimited

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    Texas
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    Horses and all forms of hooved livestock. We also are starting to breed weimaraners as family dogs.
  1. 2012 Foal Watch For Josie ***pics***

    I was dead set on breeding her to RC Fancy Step, he is a pally reiner with 350+k in earnings. Now, I don't know if I will. I would like to enjoy riding her through the summer going to Extreme Cowboy Challenges and Team Sortings/Pennings. Here are some updated pics of her at 295 days or so for a side shot: And some pics taken today at 302 days. She got her shoes removed and feet trimmed today, then here shortly, will get her shots, so she is prepared to have that baby!
  2. 2012 Foal Watch For Josie ***pics***

    Thank you! I haven't been on in a while, lol. I am anxiously waiting for this years foal, but next year's foal is going to be my dream horse!!! I love my little mare and think she is very brave for all the things she and I have been through. I am so glad she is!!!
  3. Who's Expecting For 2012?

    Wow, pretty mare!!! I have a buckskin AQHA mare by The Flashy King x Boogies Flashy Jac out of a daughter of Little Tequilla Lena x Smart Little Lena. She is bred to a son of a AAA race horse whose babies are AAA/barrel/pole horses and out of a superior barrel racing mare. The sire doesn't have any accomplishments, but his foals show amazing versatility and are just now starting to compete. He hasn't bred him very much. The foal will be for sale and on her foal heat if everything is ok with her, she will be bred to RC Fancy Step for an earlier 2012 foal. I also had weimaraner puppies born a couple days ago, I'm going to put a couple pics on my mare's topic and we will have 3 boer nannies kidding in march!!!
  4. 2012 Foal Watch For Josie ***pics***

    Here are the pics I took today, she was trying on my new trail saddle and then a couple candid shots. She is at day 275, so we are getting closer!!! Here are a couple favorites of her growing up below!
  5. 2012 Foal Watch For Josie ***pics***

    Hey guys, I'm new here! I have a 2008 buckskin mare who is expecting her first for on April 1st, 2012! I haven't had a baby born out of one of my horses in 7 years, so am excited and scared at the same time. A little info on my mare: I bought her when she was a chubby 9 month old. Not even 24 hours after she was unloaded off the trailer, she completely shattered two carpals in her knee and fractured a third. After several vet visits, she was deemed unridable because I couldn't afford a $5000+ surgery. She was on stall rest and daily hand walking for the first two months, then was slowly turned out into bigger and bigger pens. She stopped limping about 3 months after it happened and went to the vet six months after the injury. It had kind of fused together and she was sound, although he still didn't think she could be ridden. When she was about 18 months old, I had xrays done again and told the vet she was never unsound on it. He said the bones had completely fused together and were probably stronger now than before! I got a clean bill to ride her!!!! I broke her to ride when she was two years old and had three rides when, of course with my luck, she absessed in both back feet from running across the rocks in our driveway while playing. At this point, I didn't think I was ever going to get to ride her, so with a call to my vet, we decided to go back to the broodmare plan and I took her to SDP Buffalo Ranch to get bred to RC Fancy Step, a horse who now has over $350,000 in earnings in reining. She was there for two months and got bred three times via deep horn insemenation with very small amount of semen per serving. I took her home and had her checked at 18 days on her third try, she wasn't bred! The rest in a stall with no freedom to race across uneven country did her a world of good and she was sound again! I put a ride here and there on her, but was really too busy with school to commit to breaking her fully and getting her broke, broke. She was always very sensitive and had no buck, she was just very green! Her three year old year I decided to breed her to my friends really well bred running bred stallion, her last breeding date was April 25th, 2011. I also went to an Extreme Cowboy Challenge with her and competed in the first of a buckle series with only 24 rides on her in a year! She got first out of 6 horses in Novice Horse, and we got 2nd out of 15 horses in Novice Rider!!! I was exstatic and we even won $32! We went again to the second of the series with about 45 days on her and won both novice horse and rider and came away with about $80! The third challenge, she had about 55-60 rides and we got third in novice rider, and first in novice horse. We got beat by a faster time! In the end, we won awards by coming in 2nd overall Novice Rider and won a buckle in Novice Horse!!! It may not seem like much to people who ride and show a lot, but from a girl who completely trained a horse with a difficult history, it felt like we were world champs!! Josie got checked and was indeed in foal, and is now due the first week of April. I have continued to ride her and she has about 90 rides on her in close to two years. I'm very excited about the baby! She is bred to a chestnut stallion, so the foal will be either a bay,chestnut,palomino, or (not likely, but possibly) a buckskin. I would really like to install a camera in her stall and have no idea what to do. I'd sure appreciate any advice on where I can buy one and what I need to do to get it hooked up! I am within 100ft of her stall and have a laptop, so would like to do a wireless cam that is night/day compatible. Pics to come soon if I can figure out how to post them!!!
  6. 2012 Foal Watch For Josie

    Hey guys, I'm new here! I have a 2008 buckskin mare who is expecting her first for on April 1st, 2012! I haven't had a baby born out of one of my horses in 7 years, so am excited and scared at the same time. A little info on my mare: I bought her when she was a chubby 9 month old. Not even 24 hours after she was unloaded off the trailer, she completely shattered two carpals in her knee and fractured a third. After several vet visits, she was deemed unridable because I couldn't afford a $5000+ surgery. She was on stall rest and daily hand walking for the first two months, then was slowly turned out into bigger and bigger pens. She stopped limping about 3 months after it happened and went to the vet six months after the injury. It had kind of fused together and she was sound, although he still didn't think she could be ridden. When she was about 18 months old, I had xrays done again and told the vet she was never unsound on it. He said the bones had completely fused together and were probably stronger now than before! I got a clean bill to ride her!!!! I broke her to ride when she was two years old and had three rides when, of course with my luck, she absessed in both back feet from running across the rocks in our driveway while playing. At this point, I didn't think I was ever going to get to ride her, so with a call to my vet, we decided to go back to the broodmare plan and I took her to SDP Buffalo Ranch to get bred to RC Fancy Step, a horse who now has over $350,000 in earnings in reining. She was there for two months and got bred three times via deep horn insemenation with very small amount of semen per serving. I took her home and had her checked at 18 days on her third try, she wasn't bred! The rest in a stall with no freedom to race across uneven country did her a world of good and she was sound again! I put a ride here and there on her, but was really too busy with school to commit to breaking her fully and getting her broke, broke. She was always very sensitive and had no buck, she was just very green! Her three year old year I decided to breed her to my friends really well bred running bred stallion, her last breeding date was April 25th, 2011. I also went to an Extreme Cowboy Challenge with her and competed in the first of a buckle series with only 24 rides on her in a year! She got first out of 6 horses in Novice Horse, and we got 2nd out of 15 horses in Novice Rider!!! I was exstatic and we even won $32! We went again to the second of the series with about 45 days on her and won both novice horse and rider and came away with about $80! The third challenge, she had about 55-60 rides and we got third in novice rider, and first in novice horse. We got beat by a faster time! In the end, we won awards by coming in 2nd overall Novice Rider and won a buckle in Novice Horse!!! It may not seem like much to people who ride and show a lot, but from a girl who completely trained a horse with a diffucult history, it felt like we were world champs!! Josie got checked and was indeed in foal, and is now due the first week of April. I have continued to ride her and she has about 90 rides on her in close to two years. I'm very excited about the baby! She is bred to a chestnut stallion, so the foal will be either a bay,chestnut,palomino, or (not likely, but possibly) a buckskin. I would really like to install a camera in her stall and have no idea what to do. I'd sure appreciate any advice on where I can buy one and what I need to do to get it hooked up! I am within 100ft of her stall and have a laptop, so would like to do a wireless cam that is night/day compatible. Pics to come soon if I can figure out how to post them!!!
  7. Pp No Chip Matks (Barn Name Faline) Due Jan 2

    Wow, shes pretty late!!! Looks like she is ready to pop any day!!!