ridecamp@endurance.net: Re: Treatment Vet / breathing / comments

Re: Treatment Vet / breathing / comments

KIMBERLY PRICE (PLOUGH1@ix.netcom.com)
Sun, 7 Dec 1997 00:16:11 -0600 (CST)

So, is there usually a designated treatment vet at the rides?

Not only will hay and dehydration really harm a horse, but dehydration
and use of electrolytes.

Mystery really breathed much harder at the beginning of the season
until he was conditioned then the other horses we were training with.
He was also MUCH heavier. (pregnant gelding, ya know....)

We are working on Provo, Lucy’s handsome white arab, and he too, shows
symptoms of need of conditioning by exhibiting heavier breathing. Just
wait til this flat lander gets introduced to coastal hill work.
ee stop raining....)

Clever posts, guys & gals...just don’t strain your brains too hard....

Kimberly (&Mystery the Morab..”aren’t I so handsome with my dreadlocks
and cakes of mud...”)
Pt.Reyes, CA

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