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PostSubject: Switching Barns    Switching Barns  Icon_minitimeFri Apr 05, 2013 11:25 am

The barn that I currently bored at has 24hr turnout , a really small outdoor and no indoor we can barely ride in the winter and its really high up so its really windy at my barn . My 16 year old quarter horse mare has arthritis , and I am thinking aout moving her to a barn were they have a indoor , huge outdoor and a extra other arena . But the problem is they turn the horses out at 7am-3pm in the winter and in the summer until 5pm. My concern is that her arthritis might get worse from being in a stall more , but she is on a supplement and would be getting worked regularly . Especially more in the winter months then she is now . My question is if you were me what would you do ? If I did move her do you think her arthritis would get worse ? I am really nervous about making the wrong decision .
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Join date : 2009-03-30
Age : 28
Location : St. John's Newfoundland

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PostSubject: Re: Switching Barns    Switching Barns  Icon_minitimeFri May 10, 2013 1:52 pm

If she's being worked she should be fine! Just keep an eye to her and make sure she's comfortable and happy.
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