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RE: [RC] new topic, hay - Ranelle Rubin

Nancy,

I am not entirely surprised to hear this. When I was crewing two weeks ago at American River there were several horses that I personally know are on Ultium that were very "on the edge" quivering, had to keep them walking, etc...and a couple who actually got pulled. Being our local ride, I knew quite a few horses there and being a Dynamite person, I know what most of the folks around here are feeding.

Personally, I prefer Dynamite products, of course..! We all take a risk, we just have to measure that risk against what we believe in our soul is the best for our horse. I leave for two days (50 mi each day) at Washoe in the morning. Wish us luck! It was a good ride for Fellow last year.



Courage is being scared to death, but saddling up anyway. ~ John Wayne

Ranelle Rubin, Business Consultant
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From: nancy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [RC] new topic, hay
Date: Thu, 8 May 2008 18:27:16 -0700

My daughter’s horse had a major tie-up several weeks ago.  It was terrible!  She is now 3 weeks post event and still has elevated enzymes.  Several people emailed me and said their horses had tie-up episodes while on Ultium.  Please post to the list your findings as others are experiencing this problem too.  My prayers are with you,

Nancy Reed

Lazy J Ranch

Elfin Forest, CA


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