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- Subject: shock tamers
- From: Mickie Newnam <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 18 May 2000 00:59:29 -0700
- References: <200005091539.IAA18764@fsr.com> <005701bfb9fa$8f716880$0902c9d8@oemcomputer>
Funny you should mention this. I put shock tamers on Akela, after trying them
last year and liking them, and I started him on Corta-Flex rather than the
chondroiton-only supplement he'd been on. Like Bubba, he's wearing his SMBs.
And I don't know if it's one of those things or the other or if it's just a case
of the hocks finally fusing or a combination of all of the above. But he's
moving better than he has in years; I've got a youngster again! (and he acted
like it today -- we had issues with the little purple flowers, the birds,
shadows, etc....) See you at Sheltowee? We're doing 30.
> My question is......Has anyone had problems using these
> > pads? Do you use silacone or oakum? I've used regular black pads
> I don't know if it was a fluke, or what, but I used Shock Tamers on Ol'
> Bubba for the first time on the Chicken Chase a few weeks ago. We had been
> fighting an off and on lameness in one front leg for over a year. I had been
> pre-loading him with a glucosamine product for a couple of weeks, and he
> wore his sports medicine boots, but nothing else to mention as far as
> preventative stuff.
> Any way, he did great!! Flew through the ride--okay, only 25 miles, but
> hey!!--still a little off, but no more than when we started!!
> Now, I used the open sole kind of pad, so maybe that made a difference. I
> had always used silicone packed frog pads before.
> Don't know if this will help, but I nothing but praise for Shock Tamers.
> Maggie Fleming
> Bubba--my feet feel sooo good!
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