Thursday, September 3, 2009

Before and After (14 days)





If you look below the point of the hip, you can see filling in of the flank. He's still got a long way to go, but he's doing so much better. I turned him out on pasture next to Angel for some exercise.

Where are the ads?? I got a message from Google Ads that said "While going through our records recently, we found that your AdSense account has posed a significant risk to our AdWords advertisers." does a blog about the recovery of a starving horse pose a significant risk? The ads I saw (though I couldn't click on them) looked to be something that the advertisers would WANT to be on this blog. Whatever!


Cheval Noire said...

Gosh what a difference; he looks remarkably better.

Amazing what some decent food, creative farriery and a heap of TLC will do - WELL DONE : )

He's a real credit to you

Anonymous said...

I can't believe how fast he is putting on weight!! You're doing an amazing job Karen. Keep up the great work and keep us posted!

Sorry to hear about your adds :o( Every one I clicked on seemed to be a really good match... idk why they would do that.

Horse Filled Days said...

Wow, the pictures of the backbone are ALOT different, just imagine how he will look in another 2 weeks! Great Job!

dressagepony said...

Oh man, that is AWESOME improvement! What a good boy (and you deserve a cookie, too)!!

Alee said...

Wow. Wow. Amazing. And the previous owner should be shot. 14 days! Like you said before- this could have totally been prevented...and easily!

SweetPea said...


What an amazing job you have done. I can definitely see the difference.