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rachel_ariel
post Feb 24 2012, 07:44 PM
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Since I shared my news on ABN, I thought I would here too.

This is my new purebred mare. Part egyptian. A rescue at 19 years old.


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post Feb 24 2012, 07:46 PM
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QUOTE (rachel_ariel @ Feb 24 2012, 08:44 PM) *
Since I shared my news on ABN, I thought I would here too.

This is my new purebred mare. Part egyptian. A rescue at 19 years old.



Can you share her story?? She looks sweet to me!!!
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post Feb 25 2012, 10:51 AM
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She looks well for a rescue horse or else has a very thick coat!

Good luck with her.

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post Mar 20 2012, 07:17 PM
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QUOTE (barbara.gregory @ Feb 25 2012, 10:51 AM) *
She looks well for a rescue horse or else has a very thick coat!

Good luck with her.

Barbara


She had a major coat, worse then my non-arab's coat which gets really long and thick.

She is a rescue as she was in a bad home. They did not starve her..far from it. She is over weight. Has major fat pockets. And foundered at their place as well.

Some of the things they would feed her is moldy bread, ham sandwiches, and kitkats. Plus a ton of other really bad stuff.

their vet and farrier had told them to stop or they could end up losing her.

they had her offered up for free to a "good home" but wanted us to continue feeding and caring for her the way they did it. That includes keeping her in a box stall 24/7.

when they remembered to turn her out they placed a stable sheet on her. Not water proof by far. It came with us and they said to keep using it on her when she is turned out too.

Now she is being exercised, on a diet and is shedding like crazy. Might have insulin resistance
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post Mar 20 2012, 08:33 PM
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...and bread has a VERY high glycemic index. She will certainly be shedding out with this strange Canadian weather and then you may have a better idea of what you are dealing with...in fact it may soon be time to buy her grazing muzzle...(in March no less)...
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post Mar 20 2012, 11:33 PM
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Nice that you have rescued here for being overfed and getting ill and more as it seems.

Would you let us see the progress on her? I really would like to see that.

Have much fun together!

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post Mar 21 2012, 12:05 AM
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Would love to see a pedigree on her. I have had several horses with lines to Fadjur-----an Ansata Ibn Sudan son and an El Hilal son, each with 3 lines to Fadjur through their dam; an AK El Maleek daughter (*Refky X Fa Halima) with 2 lines to Fadjur, and Dawn's Early Light (Fadjur X JDAR Yankee Dawn). Fadjur horses are noted for their longevity, and good bone, large expressive eye, intelligence, charisma, and kindness. Best wishes for getting her off people food and onto horse food. That she has survived is proof of her toughness.
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post Mar 21 2012, 04:00 PM
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QUOTE (Jmarcan @ Mar 20 2012, 09:33 PM) *
...and bread has a VERY high glycemic index. She will certainly be shedding out with this strange Canadian weather and then you may have a better idea of what you are dealing with...in fact it may soon be time to buy her grazing muzzle...(in March no less)...


I am going to order one from the local feed store as the closest tack store that might have one is 1hr+ away..usually only takes a week to get here if it is ordered.

And yes she is shedding A LOT. Has been even before the warm weather hit.
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post Mar 21 2012, 04:02 PM
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QUOTE (karin @ Mar 21 2012, 12:33 AM) *
Nice that you have rescued here for being overfed and getting ill and more as it seems.

Would you let us see the progress on her? I really would like to see that.

Have much fun together!

Karin



I plan on keeping everybody posted on her progress and every month or at the latest every 2 months I will include new photos
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post Mar 21 2012, 04:09 PM
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QUOTE (Marilee @ Mar 21 2012, 01:05 AM) *
Would love to see a pedigree on her. I have had several horses with lines to Fadjur-----an Ansata Ibn Sudan son and an El Hilal son, each with 3 lines to Fadjur through their dam; an AK El Maleek daughter (*Refky X Fa Halima) with 2 lines to Fadjur, and Dawn's Early Light (Fadjur X JDAR Yankee Dawn). Fadjur horses are noted for their longevity, and good bone, large expressive eye, intelligence, charisma, and kindness. Best wishes for getting her off people food and onto horse food. That she has survived is proof of her toughness.


She is doing so good so far! The only horse she has ever known was her mother and she has been without a companion for at least 2 years so I am very excited to introduce her to my blind gelding. She is already obsessed with showing off for him and my stallion.

Her sire is Fadjess [Fadjur x Bint Jeseyna] and her dam is Tiaras Trilogy [Three-B Rasheik x Irish Duch Tiara]

her bloodlines can be seen here:

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Glad to know that the Fadjur lines are known for their hardiness and longevity. Would explain how easily she has settled in so far

This is her yesterday. We always incorporate a little hill work (not big inclines), and luckily our farm has a lot of small hills. It was a very nice, warm day so she was sweating in her winter coat and then rolled before I got to her LOL




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post Mar 21 2012, 05:05 PM
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thank you for sharing Rachel.

She will be great in a short while. with muscles and no winter hair.

Nice that you both enjoy each other!

All the best together.
Karin
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post Mar 21 2012, 06:38 PM
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QUOTE (karin @ Mar 21 2012, 05:05 PM) *
thank you for sharing Rachel.

She will be great in a short while. with muscles and no winter hair.

Nice that you both enjoy each other!

All the best together.
Karin


Thanks Karin smile.gif she is a doll but since we was left alone most of her life she has a few bad habits that I am working on

but I still love this mare
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