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PSSST! Can you see us? Need winter hay!! PSSST! Can you see us? Need winter hay!!

We NEED help! Because our posts do not always get seen and it is the holidays, our donations are WAY down right now. I am struggling day to day. I do NOT have a stock of winter hay anymore. My hay guy ran out and I have to buy from Tractor Supply again. We NEED Feed and Bedding. I have horses in stalls right now that do not have any bedding at all. I use what I have to buy feed. This weekend. TODAY. This AFTERNOON. We are expecting a HUGE storm with blizzard conditions that will last through Sunday. PLEASE, can you help us? $5.49 will buy one bag of shavings that will cover 8.5 cubic feet. 8 bags of shavings will get us through the weekend if the horses have to stay in and $21.99 will purchase one three strand bale of Alfalfa. I still have hay here, but I will need at least three more bales to make sure we get through the weekend. Ranger's Legacy Equine Rescue is a registered non profit. You will find the information to make your tax deductible donations in the comments below. If you cannot donate, Please SHARE and remember to copy and past the text information (not the picture part) about ways to donate from the comments section of this post into the COMMENTS section of YOUR shared post. THANK YOU!!! Ranger's Legacy Equine Rescue You can make your tax deductible donation through this link: https://www.gofundme.com/h958c8tw or directly to our paypal at rangerslegacy@hotmail.com or through the mail to RLER, 1200 N 3rd St, Raton NM, 87740. If you can, please use the link or the paypal addy to help us out more quickly.

Bedding, Donations, Hay, Help, Rescue $0.00 USD
Stolen mini horse Stolen mini horse

Stolen Mini horse - Went missing this AM from La Sierra Neighborhood off Sandy Lane. Family pet - Heartbroken! PLEASE share and be on the look out! CALL 951-785-8953 or 951-901-0083 Please come home Treasure! NOTICE : Mini horse like him seen in the back seat of white Dodge Neon with possibly a black trunk, 945am this morning in Norco on Detroit headed west towards Sierra. Also seen on 7th street in back seat of small white or silver car with 2 men stealing a lariat at 9:15am. Again seen in that car east on 6th street passing Temescal at 10:30 This is in Southern California-please like and share

Stolen, Stolen Horse, Stolen Mini Horse $0.00 USD
Horse Etiquette Horse Etiquette

Etiquette should be taught to every rider from the first step up into the stirrup, but…..it is not. I took a couple out riding and it was all I could do to keep his wife’s horse from running away with her. When I finally got ” the cowboy” under control I let him know he would not be allowed to ride at the barn because he was inconsiderate and dangerous. Several days later he came back and asked why. In all the years riding with people he was the only one that asked. When I was describing what he did wrong his wife’s eyes went wide and she exclaimed, “ That is why my horses always ran away with me!” Horse Etiquette - There is really not much to it: 1. On a group ride the speed and terrain is selected to match the skills of the most inexperience rider, or horse. 2. If you want to trot or canter off from the group tell everyone what you are doing BEFORE you do it. 3. When a rider dismounts, no one rides on until they are remounted, feet in stirrups and reins in hand. 4. Be aware of the spacing of your steeds. Don’t crowd or let a rider too far behind causing their horse to race to catch up. 5. Going through a wooded area? Warn the rider behind of the branch you are going to let fly! 6. If you open a gate. Close it. Please take a few minutes to add to the list and let’s pass it on. Thanks

Horse Etiquette, Ride Safe, Riding $0.00 USD
Make It Easy to Promote your Equine Organization Make It Easy to Promote your Equine Organization

Type your club information once. Add pictures and upload membership information forms and your yearly schedule. All members of your origination and go the www.Horsetalk.rocks and e-mail the information to someone that is interested. They and use your ad to post information to their own facebook and to any groups they belong to. They can also post a tweet, Google+, IN or Pin It. At the click of the mouse they can print a brochure or flyer to pin up at their feed store. Make it easy to invite new members and spread the word about your group. Events can be posted separately. Include entry forms, class schedules and sponsorship forms. A map of the event is included. Sponsors can also post information to their Facebook pages and pass on information with the click of the mouse. You typed it once and look what can happen!

Club, Clubs, Horse Group, Organization $0.00 USD
Were your horses cold this morning? Were your horses cold this morning?

Are your horses healthy? In that case all you need to do is worm them. Next morning they will not be cold. Is there a layer of ice across their top line? Don’t take it off. Under that ice is a dead air space that is keeping them warm. Did you know that horses can increase the blood flow to their legs? It keeps their legs from freezing in the cold. Did you know that horse can increase the flow of blood in their lungs? That is how come they can run and not burn their lungs.

Cold Horses, Horse Health $0.00 USD
Post PDF's on Horsetalk Rocks Post PDF's on Horsetalk Rocks

Horsetalk Rocks now lets you post PDF’s. Use it post your Premiums, Membership Applications, Show . Use Horsetalk Rocks to post your information to all social medias and it is legible! Give your group a leg up!

Pdf, Social Media $0.00 USD
Girl Scout Silent Auction and sale Girl Scout Silent Auction and sale

My Girl Scout troop is having a Christmas Silent Auction and Sale at the Santa Fe County Fairgrounds in the Exhibit Hall on Saturday, November 28, 2015. The event is from 12:00 noon until 4:00 PM. The silent auction ends at 3:30 PM. We will have food and drinks for sale along with many nice Christmas gifts to purchase. We request your assistance in passing the word along about our event and look forward to seeing you there! If you know of anyone else that might be willing to donate an item, this would also be greatly appreciated. Our young ladies in our Girl Scout Troop have spent many hours creating beautiful artwork for this event! Material flower barrettes, oil landscape paintings, metal tinwork with handmade decorated frames, clay objects, beautifully decorated jars filled with cookie ingredients, decorated gift baskets with goodies, shaped blankets into animals, and even used a plasma cutter to cut out metal shapes and hand painted them. Our troop will also silent auction off several opportunities for “one” lucky individual to work with one of our young ladies and enjoy a two hour training session involving an American Miniature Horse. Some of our horses are smaller than a dog! Our troop has also received additional donated items from supportive professional artists and business owners within our wonderful community! A beautiful handmade quilt worth $450, a custom fixed blade knife worth $250, a fancy pocket knife worth $110 an elegant handmade necklace worth $90, professional prints worth $60, a professional family photo session worth $300, matted photographs, hand knit items, assorted gift cards and certificates, and more. Come support our Girl Scout Troop and find a Item to start off your Christmas shopping!

Auction, Girl Scouts, Miniature Horses $0.00 USD
Hoses drain themselves when you fill tanks Hoses drain themselves when you fill tanks

Take an old hose and tie it low on your fence, buildings, trees, making sure the angle goes up from where you are going to hook the water hose. After you reach a high point start tying the old hose so it angles down to above your water tank. Put a quick connect on the end of all the hoses you have wired up to your individual tanks. When you disconnect the main hose the water drains into the water tank and back out the other end. You can go from tank to tank and you will only have the one hose to drain. This makes it easy to fill tanks in the summer too. No going thru gates. Horses are not pulling the hose out of the tanks when you are filling them.

Drain Hoses, Water Tanks $0.00 USD
Colic Colic

Its Colic - - - KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN When Days are warm and nights are cold. The horses drinking patterns are starting to change and because of this about 80% of the years colic will happen now. If you catch colic early it’s not a big problem but if you wait you are putting your horse in danger. If this is your first colic season here is what you look for. - If your horse rolls, gets up, shakes, and dust flies off – he is fine. If he shakes and no dust flies it is because there is a sheet of sweat close to his skin. Something is WRONG. - If your horse is acting different it could be there is something WRONG. - If your horse slows down eating, there is something WRONG. - If your horse is biting at his side, there is something WRONG. - If your horse is kicking at his belly, there is something WRONG. - If your horse is ringing or snapping his tale, there is something WRONG Give your horse a shot of banamine and get some Mineral Oil in him. If you try and help your horse and there is really nothing wrong it won’t hurt him at all. Sooooooo take a chance and help him! - If your horse is down and rolling and won’t stay on his feet CALL THE VET and keep the horse walking. - If your horse is dirty, dirt is sticking to him, sweating, CALL THE VET and keep the horse walking. - If it is a weekend and you want to wait until Monday to save monies your horse may die. If you horse is this bad you may not want to give him banamine. The Vet needs to see “all” his symptoms to treat him as best he can. For new owners: Get yourself prepared. Your vet should be willing to give you one dose of banamine to keep on hand. He will also teach you how to use it. You should keep several jars of Mineral Oil on hand at all times! Six is a good number. Some horse like mineral oil, some don’t. You can pour as much as you think you horse will tolerate on his favorite food and see if he will eat it. If not put some in a syringe (no needle of course) and squirt a small amount in his mouth, holding his chin up, until he swallows. Do it until you get a goodly amount in him. Thanks for reading www.horsetalk.rocks Barn Learning Notes. These are just a few things I have learned taking care of and breeding horses for the years. Remember that your Vet is your best resource. Use him, learn from him, and don’t let your horse hurt him! Connie Sue

Colic $0.00 USD
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