Being able to describe your horse's vital signs to your Vet can be a life-saver during an emergency. In this video, Dr. Tom Casselberry, of Fairfield Calif., demonstrates how to check your horse's pulse.
Companion or can still be ridden.Ridden on trail rides-to go out.Forward but very controllable, no spooking.Ridden in an English&western saddle, snaffle bit. Loves to be a barn baby and spoiled. Cribs but easily controlled with a collar. Owner i ... Read More
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