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A new horse...now not so new...now getting BIG 
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Hey J you've done a great job Of looking after the big boy :thumbright

And despite all the trouble you had early on your perseverance is paying off :cheersarm:

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ooh, how long has it been now, I've lost track. Anyhow, I've been staying down at the farm for 2 weeks so I have been able to apply vit E oil everyday to the last of the injury, this is what it looks like now. I've also been applying a special natural lotion someone made up for me that has helped the swelling in the joint go down amazingly, I'll include the ingredients when I next have the bottle on hand.
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and the overall appearance is not much after what it did look like
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and because he is a gentle giant and a big sweetheart who loves his kisses
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Tue Jan 10, 2012 8:42 pm
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THtas looking soooo much better than the early days J.

That last photo is very sweet - he's a lucky boy ;)

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Wowee! Congrats on such success Jayups :D Love the lotion recipe please!

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Great photos and well done on the healing!


Tue Jan 17, 2012 1:15 pm
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Had my little man measured yesterday, now 4 1/2 yrs old, 17.25hh :thumbright he might just make it in a breath under 18hh by the time he's finished growing :D

He's a pleasure to ride, and doing well with his lessons. Now I've got the car and horse float we go out trail riding every week too, Bunyip state park, the beach at Bass, Merricks equestrian trail and so on. Can't keep the grin off my face.

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Thats fantastic news! You must be so pleased, must say I can't wait for us to get a horse float!

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Thats fantastic J :thumbright

So good to hear you are able to get out and enjoy you big boy :sunny

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