4 horses in this lesson, 1 particular one is very sensitive to all rain elements. Spooked and his rider fell off upon thunder in a distance. Then the domino effect, second horse also spooked and threw rider off, following by the 3rd horse and the 4th. Only one rider barely managed to stay hanging on the horse's neck. Video was cut off shortly after the last rider fell.
Owner Sally Sloan brought her horse Pride to Ohio State at the recommendation of her regular veterinarian. Pride was suffering from a serious condition called guttural pouch mycosis, and required stabilization, followed by life-saving surgery.
Megson Farms in Benton, Kentucky has the largest herd of white thoroughbreds in the world. One of their horses was among nine animals from various farms that played the part of "Silver" in the Lone Ranger movie starring Johnny Depp.
For the past 40 years, the Megson family has been involved in all aspects of the horse business. Paul Megson has held a thoroughbred trainers license for some 26 years, and trained quarter horses before that. From the early days as Vice President of the Ohio Quarter Horse Racing Assoc., to a nine year elected span as a board member of the Ohio Thoroughbred Assoc., to five years as Director of Sales of National Equine Sales to a long carrier as a thoroughbred trainer---we have the experience that you can depend on here at Megson Farms.
A student of equine genetics and bloodline selection,Valerie Rowe Megson, Hillary Rowe Megson, and Berva Megson have studied at length under the tutelage of master breeder Dalene Knight, of Painted Desert Farms. Dalene was responsible for the isolation and perpetuation of the dominant white gene which has eluded
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http://www.thinklikeahorse.org/ - Here I talk about some grain, hay, Vitamins and other supplements. "MODERATION IS KEY" "LESS IS MORE". Too much of anything is not good for horses. I did not mention in the video about Mineral Block and Salt block available in the pasture. These are important so horses can supplement themselves as needed. I talk about rice bran, oats or rolled oats, flax seed, Red Cell and different hay. Too much grain, supplements, additives, calming aids and all the other stuff that people want you to buy is NOT good for horses. Small variety, little changes and a diet consisting of mainly grass hay is best for horses.
Yes I give it dry mixed with grain and the amount depends on how much the horse weighs. What every the directions say on fiber bottle? If it says one tablespoon for an adult, then for every 100 or 150 pounds your horse weighs, give that many tablespoons..