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Linda Maanao
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I Need To Place My Horse!
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Nora Aug 4, 2010.

Navicular syndrom, should I do the nerve cutting on my horse?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Darlene Harris Sep 9, 2009.

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We moved to Tennessee in 2006 from San Diego to finally realize our dream of having horses. I'm new to the game but I love it. I don't ever see myself without horses in my life again. There is no turning back.
Who carries your burden, who carries your load
On tumbleweed land or a long dusty road
Who asks you no questions, who tells you no lies
That four legged friend with the two honest eyes

From the film "Son Of Paleface" (1952)
(Jack Brooks) (sung by Roy Rogers)

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At 10:24am on August 13, 2010, Dawn said…
Linda, You have never said if you tried pulling the shoes. Nora is to far to help you but Joe was just to my place and he can go to Hohenwald area. Here is his site http://naturalbarefoothooftrimming.com/ He will also do a 6 week trim schedule.
At 4:31pm on July 15, 2010, Denise Shoemaker said…
I admire your willingness to try. Reuben seems very knowlegeable and sincere and has a wealth of information. We have a 14 year old brood APHA mare with navicular on both front feet. We have her shod backwards and have her toes trimmed straight across for an easy break over. This has things manageable with her right now but we worry about the future for her since she has had navicular for a number of years and it has gotten worse. Our next move would be wedges if the current treatment stops working for her. So I am hoping there really is a cure that does not require denerving. Best wishes on your adventure!
At 10:02am on July 13, 2010, Dawn said…
Linda, I am curious if you ever contacted any of the TRUE barefoot trimmers? Like Jim Apple or Joe Amelang. My happiest day was when we pulled off the Navicular shoes and started getting the thrush and contracted heels cleared up. No more seeing my mare bare the pain of having the pounding of nails driven into her hooves. Yes she HATED the driving of the nails. I rode her for about a year more and now she is just retired to the pasture not due to the Navicular but because of all of her hock and fetlock damage. Her previous owner rode her hard in her younger days. Good Luck Dawn
At 4:09pm on September 27, 2009, Darlene Harris said…
we always do our best for our babies. I know you will make the right decision
At 12:08pm on September 27, 2009, Darlene Harris said…
Hey Linda,
how's your horse did you decide to go barefoot? or denerving? haven't heard from you just wondering my navicular horse is still doing great
we had a minor back ser with an abscess in his hind foot but ok now
At 6:36pm on September 22, 2009, Anne Kent said…
Hi Linda, I have not been riding yet. I need to get my courage back up and sell 5 horses before I really get back into riding. I did ride my gray mare about two weeks ago and she was great. Are you and Sonny riding much? If you or Sonny need a horse I'm selling 5 and I do have a tall girl for Sonny. I hope after we do our pumpkin patch this year I will start riding weekly. Thats my plan anyway.
At 9:41am on August 15, 2009, Debbie said…
Hi, was heading to many cedars today and staying through monday...i'm in lot 13. come on out!
At 10:43pm on July 16, 2009, Debbie said…
I guess it depends on the ride at many cedars, you can ride easy but to really appreciate the whole thing you have to do a little climbing and go over some rocky areas. Nothing dangerous or scarey! I don't do that anymore!!! I used to have the reputation for being really hard but they have dozed new trails around the really steep parts. It's a great ride. Laurel hills has free riding, Jimmy Hargrove here in town has a really pretty ride, that's a little ridgy but not bad. We are retired so can go about any time. my number is 931-505-0105 give me a call when you want to go.
At 3:40pm on July 6, 2009, Tina Duncan said…
hey First I'm glad Patty is fine and I still miss her kind of wish I had her this weekend Jan and the others with gaited horses where there and I needed a horse with a gait LOL but oh well I'm glad you have her so I can keep in touch so how is the bonding going? And for the trip it was nice the weather and the riding Ryan and I are learning more and more trailes some good some bad with leambs you have to duck under or push out of the way if not for the limbs it would be go trails I need to take a small pair of cutters out the next time. Any how we did not get there until 6:30 wed night and I backed the trailer for the first time got it in on the first time OH YEAH rode for 2 and a half hours on thurs and 3 hours on fri we came home on sat because I had a feling if was going to rain and it did that night it got really bad I only had one problem all the time we were gone Lightning had a little limp when I made him turn in a circle soooo I just tryed to go as straight as I could and it worked ot ok Well that is about it so going to go talk to you soon
Love My Horse
At 9:30am on July 1, 2009, Tina Duncan said…
I miss my Patty ............crying

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