Angels angels
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Just my luck
My sweat rag fell in a water bucket -.- now its useless
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Oo!
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-HEE Click- Finally!!!
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Today is my 7 month anniversary of playing HEE :)
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The vet wrap at least offers some protection against them biting the lower leg, if they’re congregating there.
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Ohh, nice!
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His WWW filly went all up
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Yea, our issue right now is mosquitoes.
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*haven't
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I have used him yet, Col, but I think I'll send a couple mares to him this year and see what happens.
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We use swat cream + vet wrap to protect our mini donk’s legs, otherwise the poor babe gets bitten bloody by flies.
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Do it, I think I’m sending some girls to Catch Hell depending on how the freshman do
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Ya...I think I'll give it a whirl. Feeling better about it now that he's produced a couple of WWWs. I just want a replacement for her so bad.
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Ro doesn't care. He'll just be glad it keeps the damn bugs off his legs. He's stomping himself swollen.
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Keo, you have some nice girls there :)
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I'd say it's worth a shot
Abstract Dunes
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True. Ro gets whatever color is cheapest lol.
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I'm so torn...Magic with Solar Flare? She hates Fred and Ignite so I need to try someone new. -HEE Click-
ArcticLights
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Rudeish but he can still surprise
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Hey, at least horses can't see red/pink :P

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Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 01:03 PM
Firebrand
 
Posts: 56
#358329
Hi, does anyone have one of these in the works or know of one? I train my horses in all disciplines and keep track of training, been doing that for a while but was doing it past week 16. I've just stopped at week 16. I keep geldings with one S and higher but want to see what someone considers good numbers for training.

I use a spreed sheet, keep track of when horses have leveled and in what discipline and show scores for each week.

Another question I have, do horses have a peak point where they stop leveling and gaining stats?

Even if no guides are available if someone has a good gelding they consider as a good example I would love a link to take a look. I've been around long enough to understand what I would be seeing.
Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 01:21 PM

White Crown Stables
 
Posts: 275
#358339
A lot of people don't cull geldings. Their training is rarely tracked, and it rarely matters to most people. Horses can reach level 10 in each discipline, and then they cannot train anymore, so they won't get any stats.
Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 01:27 PM

Cappuccino
 
Posts: 1385
#358342
Culling guide for geldings: don’t.

Specific culling guide for *dressage* geldings: when they hit lv 10, FR. Their heart is too low to not refuse in j/xc.

XC geldings: dont. Switch to jumping when they lv 10. Then when they lv10 in jumping switch to dressage.

Jumping geldings: don’t. See above.
Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 01:29 PM

Las Rosas Negras
 
Posts: 2444
#358343
i have 500 geldings, i dont track them neither do i cull them. I show all of them and make a profit of 80k+ each week, once they die i buy new once. Most people i know do not cull or track and just show all.

but i have to add i dont have any geldings that are below PPP, only PPP and above!

Edited at April 30, 2019 01:29 PM by Las Rosas Negras
Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 02:00 PM

3 Rivers
 
Posts: 422
#358366


Las Rosas Negras said:
i have 500 geldings, i dont track them neither do i cull them. I show all of them and make a profit of 80k+ each week, once they die i buy new once. Most people i know do not cull or track and just show all.

but i have to add i dont have any geldings that are below PPP, only PPP and above!


500 geldings. How much time do you put into them trying to get them into the shows. Manager only takes care of 200. That leave you 3 hundred you have to do. I have about 150 horses in shows and was wondering if I grow my stables passed the barn manager point how I would take care of the rest of them. Lots of time.


Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 02:06 PM

Las Rosas Negras
 
Posts: 2444
#358372



3 Rivers said:

500 geldings. How much time do you put into them trying to get them into the shows. Manager only takes care of 200. That leave you 3 hundred you have to do. I have about 150 horses in shows and was wondering if I grow my stables passed the barn manager point how I would take care of the rest of them. Lots of time.



Takes me about 30-45min to enter them all each day its not that long.
I dont go into each horse sepratly i enter them in the barn itself.
Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 02:39 PM

White Crown Stables
 
Posts: 275
#358392
LRN is doing it right. I have my level 9 ponies working for the BM, the rest of them I enter by hand. It takes me 45 minutes to enter on the first day of the week I'm entering shows, but it takes less time the rest of the week. I don't use anything below PPP, and I enter ~1300 shows per week.
Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 02:55 PM
Megan's Meadows
 
Posts: 226
#358402
I usually don't cull my geldings unless that is that they're super weak in hrt (I usually do take a look at them at week 5 of training and expect all traits at least one bar up by then). If they're very weak in hrt, they are much more likely to refuse in CC or SJ earning you less money.
I wouldn't however bother to cull geldings until you have that many that you hit the 1500 shows mark. For me it made more sense to cull the ones with weak hrt and get some who would give me a secure source of income.
I also prefer P or S rated horses for SD as they take a little longer to level up and therefore stay in the money longer (but that's personal preference). For AD I keep PPP and above
Culling guide wanted for geldings. April 30, 2019 02:59 PM
Firebrand
 
Posts: 56
#358405
Hmmm, I been tracking everyone. Haha... no wonder it takes me so long. I show everything. I know what week horses will level, figuring out how many weeks between leveling to show. I don't use the barn manager. I did for about a week and found most they entered wouldn't come in the money and those I would have entered they didn't and I lost profit all the way around.

But this gives me insight in how to upgrade my show string. Thanks for all the help.
Culling guide wanted for geldings. May 19, 2019 02:09 PM

Tricksters Choice
 
Posts: 444
#367518
I have such a large SD program and thus large gelding show string that I DO cull. You'll have XC/Jumping geldings that aren't weak in heart, but aren't strong in it, that will still scratch often. Show them dressage and then cull. If they're consistently only landing 6/7th place or worse and then leveling, I cull. Ain't nobody got time for that and it's a waste of ebs. I go through about once a month and cull them to make sure I'm not wasting ebs on any that aren't pulling their weight.



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