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Features who’s leading who by Ann Kirk ............................................... 4 Veterinary Knowledge Ageless Horsemanship let’s Have Healthy Foals Dr. Jed McKinlay, DVM ............................ 10 baxter black On The Edge of Common Sense a Close Call ............................................ 16 back Country Horsemen, Ponderosa Chapter barbee scheibner by Ken Carmichael ................................. 22

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Ann Kirk Who’s Leading Who? It’s great that the weather is finally starting to warm up. YEH! It doesn’t appeal to me to ride in the rain, the wind and the storms but the warmer temps do draw me out of the house to play with my friends. And playing is what we should do with our horses. It is a way to get a lot of training done without them or us getting stressed about the process. Isn’t that what we both want? Shouldn’t learning be fun? Have you ever just stood and watched foals romp and play? Do you notice how much it looks like adult horses when they are truly fighting? Why do you think that is? It is because they are practicing the behaviors needed to establish themselves in the pecking order of the herd when they are grown. I once heard it said that “play is life practice” and we see this in all forms when animals are young. All the nipping, kicking, biting, mounting and chasing have a distinct likeness to adult behaviors. Why is this an important observation? Last article, we talked about 2 dynamics that rule a horse’s existence; the prey animal instinct and the herd pecking order. You must take them into account every time you enter your horse’s space. You are seen as a part of his herd when you become familiar to him. Once he has determined that you are not an enemy, he will begin the process of seeing where you stand in the pecking order. He may use some or all of his “playful” behaviors while testing the leadership role between you and him. He

will treat you as another horse if you let him. That is why a horse behaves differently when handled by different people. He is submissive to those who have established the leader role but not so to those who have not. When a person learns the language of the herd, understanding horses becomes a lot easier. Horses like being part of the herd; it makes them feel safe. They know that a horse alone doesn’t stand much of a chance against predators. So when you remove the horse from the herd, you must assume a role that encourages confidence in you as his leader. This is not always easily done. According to herd dynamics, you are allowed to lead only if you have proven yourself to have the best leadership skills. You do this, not by force, but by acting like a leader. But, how does a leader behave? For a lesson in this, watch your herd interact sometime. Just pull up a fence post and hang out. It is quite amazing! The lead horse can move the

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other horses anywhere at any time, usually with no more than a look or suggestion. Most horse-to-horse interaction is non-contact. When contact is used, it is firm enough that it does not have to be repeated constantly. The lead horse is relaxed and confident but seldom tolerates any behavior that ignores its position. Even if frightened, the other horse would never run into or over the lead horse to get away. He sees that lead horse as a bigger threat than whatever else might be out there. And that is how I want my horse to view me when I am in his presence. To not establish this type of “respect” in our relationship leaves me at the mercy of his whims, desires or fears. This leader position is one of respect and trust, not fear and intimidation. You want your horse to be secure enough in your presence that he can leave the horse herd and not be afraid. You must spend the time to establish this trust. Otherwise, you might become harsh and demanding or frustrated and afraid when your horse lets you know that he does not see you as the leader and wants to return to his herd or place of safety. This will just reinforce the horse’s concern that he cannot trust you to keep him safe. We tend to view training from a “classroom” mentality and think the lesson doesn’t begin until we get to the round pen or the arena or get on the horse’s back. But to a horse, the lesson begins when he sees us coming, whether with a halter or food. The horse is always learning from you how you are to be viewed in his eyes. If you allow your horse to push you with his body, drag you around on the lead rope, eat grass whenever he feels like it or refuse to stand quietly, you will

have a hard time getting him to do the things you need him to do when necessary. These are all signs that you have not gained the leadership role in the horse’s mind. To truly enjoy your horse and remain safe, this position needs to be clearly defined. Even if it doesn’t seem to be a big deal to you, I can assure you it is to your horse. He is happy to assume the leadership role and you will eventually get hurt when the horse has a good enough reason to ignore your presence. So now what? You may have an inkling that things are not all they could be between you and your mate but what can you do about it without getting hurt? Next article, we will begin to work on some specific exercises to raise your expectation level and help you establish clearer boundaries in your relationship with your horse. Until then, go spend some quality time with your buddy if you can do so safely. Groom and pet, hug and love on them. Teach them to move away from pressure and to lower their head when asked. Anything that asks and receives is a good way to begin the journey to becoming a leader that your horse will follow. Until next time, stay safe and enjoy…………….Ann Ann Kirk is available for Sensible Horsemanship Clinics or Workshops in your area. For more information and other Sensible Horsemanship Programs, go to Beginning Sensible Horsemanship is available in a DVD series with a new addition - Sensible Trailer Loading.


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I have written about this before. It is something we think about and talk about every year, but something that is easy to forget about and neglect. It doesn’t help to know that we have so little concrete evidence about the topic. We see the disease every year, but nobody has ever taken it upon themselves to study it or attempt to repeat Dr. Jed McKinlay DVM, it with a controlled group of McKinlay & Peters Equine Hospital research horses. What I am alluding to is called, “Congenital HypothyroidDysmaturity Syndrome”. It is also referred to as “Mustard Disease”, which is easier to say and remember. Each year in the Inland Northwest we see foals that are born with varying degrees of angular limb deformities, contracted tendons, a premature look, long lower jaws, and various other abnormalities. Some are affected very mildly and tend to do fine. Others are affected severely and require intensive care and in many cases euthanasia. The severely affected foals are usually unable to stand and nurse and have

great difficulty even when supported with splints or casts. Often the small cuboidal shaped bones in the knees and hocks are misshapen or not formed at all. They are usually all born at long gestational lengths, sometimes over a year! Most of the time they are hungry and nurse well when supported or are bottle fed but if they are unable to become strong enough to nurse unassisted the prognosis is very poor. It’s so sad, after waiting nearly (and sometimes over) a year for the newborns only to witness that the weaknesses and abnormalities attributed to this syndrome are often incompatible with life. A strange thing about this problem is on any given farm there may be only one foal affected among many that are born there in the same year and under the same management and husbandry practices. Two different studies have been done to investigate this problem. Both are what we call epidemiologic studies. What that means is groups of veterinary investigators visited farms where the syndrome is known to occur. They look around at all the evidence and risk factors. They compare one farm to others with affected foals and come up with a list of things they find in common between various locations. A group in Western Canada where the syndrome also occurs found that oat hay was the primary suspect among the many things they identified as potential risk factors. The group from WSU found

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weeds, many from the ‘mustard’ yellow flowering family, or what they also termed ‘weeds in waste places’ meaning those weeds that commonly grow in overgrazed horse pastures and along fence lines - thus the term “Mustard Disease”. What oat hay and various weeds have in common is they tend to accumulate nitrates. For years we have been begging people not to feed oat hay to their brood mares (a practice that is more common in Canada) and to buy good clean hay and keep their mares off pastures where weeds are abundant. But, we still see cases every year, even in well managed farms. There has not been enough done to prevent this disease, partly because of its sporadic nature and partly because we are still uncertain what the actual cause is. More recently it was brought to my attention, by a very good manager at a large quarter horse farm that feeding a particular mineral to brood mares eliminated the syndrome from their herd. This was a herd where the disease was commonly found year after year, and they raise quite a few foals. Because of their success we have advocated that all mare owners feed a good mineral, trace mineral, vitamin supplement to their mares. To my knowledge there has not been a case of the syndrome reported where this practice has been implemented, so we continue to highly encourage it. There are many supplements that are suitable, but it’s important to make sure the minerals and ingredients are bioavailable, meaning the horses can digest and absorb them in a usable manner.

A very kind lady, who had a foal that was affected this year, said to me, “It’s not always the other guy!” This is so true. We never know when the syndrome will raise its ugly head. We get nervous when mares go long in their gestation. We worry when we get a call that a foal is unable to stand. This article is for her and for the many others I think of and could name that have had this terrible problem occur with one or more of their foals. And it’s for you who may have never had the problem but would like to do all you can to avoid it, and trust me, you want to avoid it. My message is one of encouragement. We encourage you to avoid the things mentioned earlier in this article and to strongly consider adding a good bioavailable mineral to the rations on your brood mares. Nothing could make all of us happier than to never have to witness this disease again!

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Barbee Scheibner, an Equestrian By Ken Carmichael Once in a while a person comes along that makes a difference. Barbee is one of those individuals. She has dedicated a good portion of her life to improving the equestrian experience in the Spokane area. I have known Barbee since 1988 when I joined Back Country Horsemen. Right away it was evident that Barbee was there to make a difference. She always carried her weight in board meetings and public meetings. She has always been a joy to ride with because she was never lost and carried everything you would need in an emergency. It is easy to spot Barbee on the trail with her baseball cap, sweatshirt, tennis shoes and large camera slung across her shoulder always ready to jump off her horse to take a picture of a flower. While Barbee does not ride any more her heart is still with the horses. And we can all thank Barbee for the wonderful work she did for us and wish her the best. In 2014 Barbee was awarded a special Life Time Achievement Award from Back Country Horsemen. I cannot think of a better way to pay tribute to Barbee than to repeat that award. Here is that award: Barbee Scheibner is a charter member of the Inland Empire Chapter of Back Country Horsemen of Washington, having joined when the chapter was formed in 1986. It may be impossible to accurately document all the work that Barbee has done for the chapter over these years. Her most visible role, and the one most people associate with Barbee, is being Chapter Secretary for many years. Some people may say since dirt was new. In this position she has documented our board and membership meetings and ensured our history was recorded, including maintaining the chapter Brag Book. Barbee is the first one in the meeting room and the last one to leave as she has been entrusted with the key and access code to the building. Barbee took two years off in 2004 and 2005 as Secretary to take her turn as Chapter President using her experience in BCH and the chapter to further our mission. Barbee has also been very busy behind the scenes in IEBCH. She has served many years on the Awards Committee generating the guidelines for recognition of others in the

chapter. She is responsible for creating an in depth Trail Guide identifying trailheads and trails within 50 and 100 miles of Spokane. She helped create the Trail PONDEROSA CHAPTER Etiquette guidelines that we follow today. She almost single handedly created the first detailed trail maps of Mt. Spokane State Park and Riverside State Park. These two maps have been used by hikers, bikers and equestrians and have become a major fundraiser for IEBCH. She is always there for the Poker Ride, primarily supervising a game station. Outside the chapter functions Barbee has spent countless hours representing IEBCH in many ways. She served as Secretary to the BCHW Columbia Plateau Regional Council, Secretary and board member of the Riverside State Park Foundation and Advisory Board, member of the Friends of Mt. Spokane State Park and Advisory Committee and represented equestrians on the Dishman Hills Alliance, the Inland Northwest Trails Coalition and worked on the Conservation Futures Program. She has also maintained contacts with Spokane County Parks. Barbee’s dedication to so many board meetings and public meetings has contributed greatly to equestrians being welcome on our public lands. And then when she is not attending board and public meetings she has enjoyed riding many miles

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with the Trail Markers. Never sitting in the back row Barbee has always been willing and able to hold important offices and provide valuable input on behalf of equestrians wherever she goes always representing IEBCH and equestrians with the style and knowledge that is so important. Barbee has demonstrated that everyone is welcome and needed on our work parties with her loppers and hand saw. While she does not operate a chainsaw she is always working as hard as she can providing that extra support. No matter the work party she is always there doing what she can. It has never been hard to identify Barbee on the trail rides. Whether she was on Bourbon, Spanky, Toby or Pikuni you can spot the baseball cap, sweatshirt, tennis shoes and the very large camera strapped across her shoulder. This is important as Barbee loves getting off the horse for that special close up picture of yet another beautiful flower. While Barbee has led many rides in her favorite locations, and she has many, she is always there supporting other rides as well. She is one of the most “PREPARED” riders you want to be with as her saddlebags and pommel bag are full of first aide and survival equipment. In addition, Barbee is one the best map readers around. Barbee also participates in all the educational programs offered by IEBCH including packing clinics, first aid, Leave No Trace, map reading and equestrian care. As a charter member of IEBCH Barbee has dedicated over 28 years to the BCH mission. She has received many awards, including: the Phil Bolich Life Time Achievement Award, Good Hoofmanship Award, Good Sportsmanship Award, Outstanding Member Award, the Award for Public Meeting

Attendance, the Award for Trail Maintenance, and the most coveted award of all, the Hard Luck Award (she has fallen off a horse more than once). The thanks and appreciation we owe Barbee goes beyond words. She has done so much for all of us and Back Country Horsemen. We may have left something out of this letter but it has not gone unrecognized over Barbee’s years of service to the equestrian community. THANK YOU FROM ALL YOUR FRIENDS IN BACK COUNTRY HORSEMEN! For more information about Ponderosa Back Country Horsemen see the website or call me at 509466-2225. I will always talk horses.

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this amazing property has tons of potential. the main home is 3720 sq ft with mother in law setup in daylight basement. the 2nd home is 1992 3 bedroom/2 bathroom MFG. included on this 38+ acres are; 3 car garage w/ shop, 4 stall barn with great tack area, a 36x60 “bunkhouse” with 8 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & a kitchen, second 30x60 building with 2 baths with an event center, equipment shed, hay shed, wood shed, orchard, & garden area. plus stunning views in every direction! Just waiting for your imagination!

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 30x30 Garage/Shop with roughed in plumbing,  34 Acres fenced and cross 200 amp electrical. fenced with Electric Fencing.  4 Bed, 2 Bath home.  70x100 Indoor riding arena with water and power.  Multiple loafing sheds, all with power and water.

 48x96 Barn 12 Large stalls, Heated tack room, 200 amp electrical.  Beautiful meditation garden, 48x90 vegetable garden, Large heated chicken house.  17x44 Clubhouse area attached to barn.

Don Hatch • 509-710-7339 • Exit Real Estate North JULY 2018 • HORSE PREVIEWS • PAGE 26




40x27 Shop • 50x50 Horse Barn • Double Garage • Tool Shed

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Once in a Lifetime Opportunity to Purchase This Gem! 12405 E Nelson Ave., Elk, WA • MLS #201819247 2,291 sq.ft Paved Access To Property & Property Has A Good Well And Septic System!

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23720 N. Crescent Rd., Chattaroy, WA Private 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 4,470 sq. ft. river front farm estate one mile from Hwy 2. 44.48 acres of pasture and forest borders Little Spokane River and Dragoon creek. Swimming pool, attached 2 car and detached 3 car garage. Horse paddock and fenced, irrigated summer grass pastures with auto-water systems. Zoned Rural Conservation with abundant ground water and wildlife. Includes commercial building currently used as artisan creamery. Perfect for a winery, retreat or B&B possibilities. Additional acreage may be available.

MLS# 201816557

Steve Hagen 509 879-3813 JULY 2018 • HORSE PREVIEWS • PAGE 28






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Indiana Harness Co. ....................26 Spokane Tack Trunk .......................5 Will Rogers Saddle Co .................17


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45-Acre Lake Roosevelt View Property Excellent Horse Property Potential! • 45 Acres in Two Parcels • Mostly Grassy, Some Trees • Two Barns: 600 sq.ft, 480 sq.ft. • Long Private Driveway • Well, Power, & Septic • Full RV Hookups • Near Two Boat Launches • Lots of Quiet Open Space



4497 Hwy 25 S. Hunters, WA MLS# 201816817 JULY 2018 • HORSE PREVIEWS • PAGE 30


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