|Posted on Sunday, 14 February, 2010 - 11:04 pm: |
On the subject of good offers;- We have a horse who gets mud rash just thinking about mud so we tried a product called "Think Mud " by Brinnicombe Equine and Guess what? It really works. It's a feed additive that fights the bugs that cause the condition. We have another horse who is really sensitive to flies in the summer ( remember that- "The summer"? ) so we have just started him on another one of their products "Think Fly". If it works as well as the mud one, he should be in for a much less stressful summer ( I keep saying that word- will it ever come??!!) Anyone else seem to have a herd of demmick horses or is it just us? Oh yes- we also have one who is prone to foot abcesses because his horn is naff so he is on Kerabol by Vetoquinel (?) and that seems to be doing the trick too. All in all there's some pretty clever scientists out there makin life a bit better for our gee-gees!!
Loved the "White Horses" clip, Fiona- made me feel about 12 again!!!!! Happy days.....
|Posted on Sunday, 14 February, 2010 - 05:01 pm: |
OMG thought I was the only person who even knew who Georgette Heyer was!! I still have about 30 tatty old paperbacks of hers AND I still read them!! Think maybe she was my attraction to driving too
|Posted on Sunday, 14 February, 2010 - 04:27 pm: |
It's sort of related...
Alto Lab whitening horse shampoo is half-price at www.equestrian-country.co.uk
This really works!
500ml £3.56 + p&p
(for those of us with white horses!)
Also, for that healthy coat shine - Alto Lab ultimate sheen, £4.08/500ml + p&p
Does anyone else know of any good offers?
(Where's my sense of romance? I used to read Georgette Heyer's Regency romances - that's why I drive!)
|Posted on Thursday, 11 February, 2010 - 07:01 pm: |
ahh...the start of my love affair with Lipizzaners! Arn't i lucky living my dream? Thank you Fiona, you've made my day!!
|Posted on Thursday, 11 February, 2010 - 06:46 pm: |
Just found this and felt it needs sharing... from the 70s tv series The White Horses - Lipizzaners and carriage driving!