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  1. Queensland Itch

    Hi I am from Melbourne and have been using PN Vitamins on my horses for a while now and they are fantastic . Anyway I have been told this product works for Queensland itch . I am wondering if there is anyone out there who could possibly try this product and let me know if this really works Below is a lady who uses this and this is her FB comments sorry I could not attach the photo If you are interested in learning more and getting this cheaper go to paradisenutrients.com.au/Gaylet71 join for 22.00 a year to get discount or just buy it and try it If this stuff works as good as they say then we need to know about it ... if you have anyquestions or comments or have tried this please post here so we can all hear about it .. This is Shez The bomb. Shes on PN Minerals Mitx as she suffers from itch and the Coat Rehab Well the pictures really tell the story. She won her Mare class,Then went Grand Champion QH Mare/Filly,Then won the Mare/Filly ALL BREEDS futurity Then stepped out and got 4 2nds in the riden classes. Not bad effort at all. This is Shez The bomb. Shes on PN Minerals Mitx as she suffers from itch and the Coat Rehab Well the pictures really tell the story. She won her Mare class,Then went Grand Champion QH Mare/Filly,Then won the Mare/Filly ALL BREEDS futurity Then stepped out and got 4 2nds in the riden classes. Not bad effort at all. PN Mitex Relief for your horse or pony’s irritating skin problem is here at last! PN MiteX is a penetrative and therapeutic mineral solution specifically designed to prevent, manage and rehabilitate severely affected equine skin and coats. Made from a combination of plant derived ingredients, this truly unique broad spectrum product consists of emulsified herbal oil extracts, Aloe Vera concentrate, Marine Minerals and 74 plus plant-derived minerals. Manufactured in a GMP and TGA approved laboratory, PN MiteX is a safe, modern day, non-toxic solution for horse owners to help rehabilitate, manage and prevent severe skin irritations, rashes and Queensland Itch. Why PN MiteX Works This combination of plant derived minerals and herbal extracts has been processed to Nano particle size and fused together to create a combination of mineral compounds designed to assist in the prevention and rehabilitation of skin and coat problems. Hair is a growing mineralised tissue requiring nutrition and often needs extra care. The minerals are colloidal and very fine and will penetrate through the skin and hair area and assist the herbal compounds to do the same. The combination of compounds in the herbs and minerals offer excellent results. Mites or their eggs cannot live with PN MiteX. Relief at last! PN MiteX Application PN MiteX should be used undiluted on the affected areas. Using a clean cloth or sponge gently swab the contents into the affected areas and leave for 24 hours. As a rehabilitation and a preventative apply PN Coat Rehab spray to assist in thefollow-up healing process of the affected areas. PN Coat Rehab 500ml Code: PN237 Points: 40 Retail :$68.00 Members: $54.40 PN Coat Rehab A horse or pony with a gleaming coat is a great indication of excellent nutrition and care. PN Coat Rehab is a penetrative and therapeutic mineral solution specifically designed to prevent, manage and rehabilitate the affected equine skin and coat. Made from a combination of plant derived ingredients this truly unique broad spectrum product consists of emulsified herbal oil extracts, Aloe Vera concentrate, Marine Minerals and 74 plus plant derived minerals. Manufactured in a GMP and TGA approved laboratory, PN Coat Rehab is a safe, modern day, non-toxic solution for horse owners to treat and prevent skin irritations, rashes and Queensland Itch. Why PN Coat Rehab Works This combination of plant derived minerals and herbal extracts has been processed to Nano particle size and fused together to create a combination of mineral compounds designed to assist in the prevention and rehabilitation of skin and coat problems. Hair is a growing mineralised tissue requiring nutrition and often needs extra care. The minerals are colloidal and very fine and will penetrate through the skin and hair area and assist the herbal compounds to do the same. The combination of compounds in the herbs and minerals offer brilliant results. PN Coat Rehab Application Note: With severe skin problems initially treat with PN MiteX . Use PN Coat Rehab as a follow up to PN MiteX or as a treatment spray in mild cases. . For affected areas Mix 1 part Coat Rehab to 5 parts water, swab or spray on. . As a preventative and coat rehabilitation spray mix 1 part Coat Rehab to 10 parts water. PN Coat Rehab 500ml Code: PN236 Points: 22 Retail: $41.50 Members: $33.20 PN Coat Rehab 160113new1.pdf PN MitexNew11.pdf
  2. Queensland Itch

    Hi I am from Melbourne and have been using PN Vitamins on my horses for a while now and they are fantastic . Anyway I have been told this product works for Queensland itch . I am wondering if there is anyone out there who could possibly try this product and let me know if this really works Below is a lady who uses this and this is her FB comments sorry I could not attach the photo If you are interested in learning more and getting this cheaper go to paradisenutrients.com.au/Gaylet71 join for 22.00 a year to get discount or just buy it and try it If this stuff works as good as they say then we need to know about it ... if you have anyquestions or comments or have tried this please post here so we can all hear about it .. This is Shez The bomb. Shes on PN Minerals Mitx as she suffers from itch and the Coat Rehab Well the pictures really tell the story. She won her Mare class,Then went Grand Champion QH Mare/Filly,Then won the Mare/Filly ALL BREEDS futurity Then stepped out and got 4 2nds in the riden classes. Not bad effort at all. This is Shez The bomb. Shes on PN Minerals Mitx as she suffers from itch and the Coat Rehab Well the pictures really tell the story. She won her Mare class,Then went Grand Champion QH Mare/Filly,Then won the Mare/Filly ALL BREEDS futurity Then stepped out and got 4 2nds in the riden classes. Not bad effort at all. PN Mitex Relief for your horse or pony’s irritating skin problem is here at last! PN MiteX is a penetrative and therapeutic mineral solution specifically designed to prevent, manage and rehabilitate severely affected equine skin and coats. Made from a combination of plant derived ingredients, this truly unique broad spectrum product consists of emulsified herbal oil extracts, Aloe Vera concentrate, Marine Minerals and 74 plus plant-derived minerals. Manufactured in a GMP and TGA approved laboratory, PN MiteX is a safe, modern day, non-toxic solution for horse owners to help rehabilitate, manage and prevent severe skin irritations, rashes and Queensland Itch. Why PN MiteX Works This combination of plant derived minerals and herbal extracts has been processed to Nano particle size and fused together to create a combination of mineral compounds designed to assist in the prevention and rehabilitation of skin and coat problems. Hair is a growing mineralised tissue requiring nutrition and often needs extra care. The minerals are colloidal and very fine and will penetrate through the skin and hair area and assist the herbal compounds to do the same. The combination of compounds in the herbs and minerals offer excellent results. Mites or their eggs cannot live with PN MiteX. Relief at last! PN MiteX Application PN MiteX should be used undiluted on the affected areas. Using a clean cloth or sponge gently swab the contents into the affected areas and leave for 24 hours. As a rehabilitation and a preventative apply PN Coat Rehab spray to assist in thefollow-up healing process of the affected areas. PN Coat Rehab 500ml Code: PN237 Points: 40 Retail :$68.00 Members: $54.40 PN Coat Rehab A horse or pony with a gleaming coat is a great indication of excellent nutrition and care. PN Coat Rehab is a penetrative and therapeutic mineral solution specifically designed to prevent, manage and rehabilitate the affected equine skin and coat. Made from a combination of plant derived ingredients this truly unique broad spectrum product consists of emulsified herbal oil extracts, Aloe Vera concentrate, Marine Minerals and 74 plus plant derived minerals. Manufactured in a GMP and TGA approved laboratory, PN Coat Rehab is a safe, modern day, non-toxic solution for horse owners to treat and prevent skin irritations, rashes and Queensland Itch. Why PN Coat Rehab Works This combination of plant derived minerals and herbal extracts has been processed to Nano particle size and fused together to create a combination of mineral compounds designed to assist in the prevention and rehabilitation of skin and coat problems. Hair is a growing mineralised tissue requiring nutrition and often needs extra care. The minerals are colloidal and very fine and will penetrate through the skin and hair area and assist the herbal compounds to do the same. The combination of compounds in the herbs and minerals offer brilliant results. PN Coat Rehab Application Note: With severe skin problems initially treat with PN MiteX . Use PN Coat Rehab as a follow up to PN MiteX or as a treatment spray in mild cases. . For affected areas Mix 1 part Coat Rehab to 5 parts water, swab or spray on. . As a preventative and coat rehabilitation spray mix 1 part Coat Rehab to 10 parts water. PN Coat Rehab 500ml Code: PN236 Points: 22 Retail: $41.50 Members: $33.20
  3. My place - 2013 flood

    Wow Vicki that waters pretty high lucky your neighbour came to the rescue . Glad you are all safe and your house did not get flooded .. Cheers Gayle
  4. I had a moment with my girls today.. I have been sick and was in a hurry to go up the paddock and get the water tank, fill it up and take it back to the paddock.. I had taken my anitbiotics and a sudafed and quickly called into Bec's to give her some paperwork... I did not have time to stop I wanted to get home I new I was talking fast but thats kind of me anyway I am always in a hurry. I quickly headed to the paddock picked up the water tank came home filled it up had lunch and off I, went again .. I got to the paddock and went to revese the tralier back I had no chance of that I had a horse in front of the car a horse that kept sticking her head in the window and my neighbours horse behind the trailer.. No matter how much I honked the horn banged on the car they were not buding.. At first I thought move I need to get home I feel sick I am in a hurry. Then it came to me my girls love to spend time with me they follow me around like puppy dogs, we play chasey in the paddock with my 2 horses and 2 dogs . Maybe they are telling me to slow down spend some time with them I have not done that much lately .. I got out of the car let dogs out , left the trailer where it was and got my brushes . The horses parked themselves in their spot around the shed one horse on each side. I went from horse to horse brushing them then. I washed their tails in a bucket with a sponge, none of them were tied up they each stood there waiting patienly while I did one tail at a time . By this time I felt peaceful , I still felt sick but I felt calm . It's been a while since I felt calm and enjoyed their time.. I realise my work is flat out non stop I am doing 2 jobs for six weeks while a lady is away. I start at 7.30 am just to get a head start it's so busy . I fly past the paddock and feed the horses,I go home have tea do the dishes walk the dogs (life is hectic) but I need to try to slow down. Today my girls showed me it is possible I need to remeber to take a valium so to speak not always be so fast. To my friends who know me well the next time I am going 100 miles an hour ask me the question. Have you had a sudafed (my hubby does ) it makes me realise and slow down.... LOL I am now going to put my sticky note back on my steering wheel saying slow down .. smell the roses .. These are photos of my horses begging me to stop and spend time with them today .... I thank them very much for being persistant it's just what I needed they really do love spending time with me .. Cheers Gayle
  5. Week 3

    Wow what a day where do I start , first of all took DJ and Pippa to Kerrys for a play we had no yeild with umbrella, tarp and some flags , Then a bit of on line circling, then some back up and wow we put the saddle on and walked around the paddock with it. No stress just bummed around Dj handled it really well . Luch time we had a break Pippa had her feet trimmed and DJ and I played the squeeze game at the back of the float and up the ramp. I popped her back in the paddock put Pippa in the float and took her home . I then went back for DJ put her in the float and took her home . It was a fantastic day and I had a ball with both horses today
  6. Week 2

    week2 I taped my approach assignement in the wind and rain Dj was great Pippa and the dog were around so there was lot of interference. Playing with her feet every day for 7 days has paid off she is much better for it I also float loaded her she went in stood there all whilst Pippa was stomping on the tail gate she was not relaxed but happy to stand . Pippa tried to fit in beside her but she is a little bit fat and did not like the float pushing into her sides. More work with Pippa on this one.
  7. One month with DJ

    10/th May . I have had DJ for five weeks today and she is doing very well This weekend we have gone through the no yeilds ticking off all the boxes I can touch her all over with the stick , string , saddle pad and an umbrella closed of course I can pick up her feet a little bit more for just a little bit longer I can play with her ears and mouth I can walk around with the carrot stick on her back. She can lead 1/2 kiilometer down the road to my sisters paddock She will walk over a tarp She is a bit spooky with things is will get better She will walk into a float and stand for a second or two She can flex her neck and has just learnt to drop her head from pressure on her poll She still needs to learn she can stand still LOL From a horse that has never been off her property and had no work done she is doing excellent. I intend to try to post a update every week for my records so I know where we have come from and how far we are travelling .
  8. DJ

    DJ Freisian x QH 29mths old mare. Unbroken.
  9. I have for sale a Barefoot Treeless saddle Drytex it is a really nice synthetic saddle with a girth no stirrups . Also comes with a Granduer Saddle Pad Black . The total of this package was $1135.oo size 2 I am asking 600.00 for the lot . Reason being I really want a Western Saddle so I have to sell this one to get it . If you are interested go to the Barefoot website and have a look around it is a fantastic buy . Any questions please call Gayle on MB: 0416 17 03 71
  10. Re-Posting This Poem

    Hi Leah I have never read that poem before its sad but true. The human race is the cruelest animal on earth, well not all of us .
  11. Pippas Twitsted Neck

    HI Avril it sounds like Scotland has the right idea everyone I know starts them at two or three . It is fantastic you have started yours at 3-4 it lets them develop. I gave Pippas foal to my sister and she has started the ground work with her already but she won't be backing her until 3-4 and only lightly . My sister wants this horse to last and so do I Thats why I gave her to My sister as I know she will have the best home possible and she will stay in the family .
  12. Pippas Twitsted Neck

    Thanks Mel and Vicki yes I still can have my girl and enjoy her , the exercises are amazing and could be done to help any horse stretch and keep in good condition. I do them every morining before work for 5 mins and on the weekends a bit longer its worth it . I will be coming to see Nicki at the clinic in Riddles on the Sunday so I can catch up with everyone then. I can still come along and say hello and enjoy QS company. Cheers Gayle
  13. Pippas Twitsted Neck

    Hi everyone just a quick up date Pippa her blood tests are good her rehabilitation and her exercises are doing a lot for her . She can now flex her neck all the way back nearly to her flanks the near side is perfect but the off side cracks and creaks and does not flex that far but she is getting there . I never took much noticed before that when Pippa ate she always bent one leg to reach the ground .. Yesterday I went to the paddock and she was standing eating the grass with no legs bent , I gather this is a good thing her stretches are working as she no longer needs to bend her leg to eat. I have started long reining her around the paddock to get her moving and she has been carrying her head nice and low . I am doing a Photonic Therapy Course to help her heal as well. I plan to have a horse I can go trail riding with in the next 3 months , no jumping for her no hard riding but that is not what I wanted anyway . I will be glad just to plod around the bush and have a horse I can ride to Toolernvale get lunch and ride home again . My goals are not lost they have just changed a little bit . I can say I love my girl with all my heart and I think she found me for a reason as she needed to be healed and I am going to give it my best shot. Thanks for your kind words and I shall update soon . Cheers Gayle
  14. Pippas Twitsted Neck

    Hi everyone , Pippa has been assessed and I thought it was going to be worse than what it is . Now Sharron May Davis is the best in her field she writes articles for the vets, she travells the world and digs up grave sites and works out where the horses orginated from by thier bones she writes docuement's on these and journals . She is a scientist and a good one this woman has exray vision she see's everthing. Pippa has big troubles she is five and has carried 2 foals full term and this has done her a lot of damage . She has a twisted neck, her knees never closed properly , her pelvis is rotated , her spine is sore but that is from carrying 2 foals at an early age . She is lacking in some kind of vitamins and minerals. Prognosis she needs a lot of work and a good rehabilitation programme to recover enough to be ridden. By Pippa having foals before 5-6 years of age has put a lot of pressure put on her body and she has a lot of issues . 1. The horses pelvis does not close untill around 3/12 - 4 . The spine does not fully develop and set until 5-6 yrs old this is in Pippas favour . The knees should have closed around 2 they have not closed properly. 4. Pippa has split the muscle in her shoulder that helps turn her neck it is not there it has a hole in it. In other words the guy that bred with this mare stuffed her before she had a chance she was just a baby having a baby . Pippa can be rehabilitated to a certain degree she will never be 100% sound . Her back can be strengthen with exercises and we have already started her programme . He neck will probably never be fixed as the muscles have been torn and split it may get stronger but will always be comprimised by her hole in the shoulder. Her knees will become arthritic well before her time and her pelvis has rotated a little but this is managable . I cried and I thought I may have to put her down when I heard all of these things but Sharron believes in giving her a good chance of having a riding horse with her maybe wtih in the next 12 months. What I learn't that I am going to share on this page it them most important thing I can share with every horsey person who has young horses . When do the bone plates in horses close this is the most important part of the growing cycle The 3rd Phalanx - later stage of gestation The 2nd Phalanx - birth to 6 months The 1st Phalax - 6 months to 1 year The 3rd Metacarpal - 8 months to 1/12 years Carpal bones 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 years Radus, Ulna and Tibia 2 to 3 years Humerus and Femur 3 to 3 1/2 years Scapula and Pelvis 3 1/2 to 4 years Tarsal Bones - 4 years Vertabral Bones - generally up to 6 years What does all this mean , It means that untill these plates have closed if we put them under pressure and stress that they are not ready for we comprimise the way the bones set . The spine does not close untill 5-6 yet we break in at two and three and wonder why we have so many back issue . We breed from horses that have not closed in the pelvis and we wonder why there pelvis is twisted or is on an angle . The Femur and Humerus (bones in the leg ) do not close untill 3 1/2 - 4 yrs old yet we ride them and jump them . We the average person know nothing about this we have no idea of the damage we are causing before the horse fully matures . This weekend has changed the out look on horses for the rest of my life . I now can look at a horse and pick up things I never knew existed . I can pick if a horse has a tilted pelvis , is over the knee or under the knee is lame . Is walking funny at the gait , has skeletal problems if only we all knew this before we went horse shopping . If you ever get a chance to go to a Bio Mechanics work shop please do it is a real eye opener and I believe you will never see the horse in the same light again . Our horse's put up with so much pain before they buck or kick or bite and we have no idea what is going on with their structure . Even my vet / chris / massure/ accupuntureist could not fully diagnose my horse . So many people said just push her through it make her do it she will loosen up . She has to jump that high to pass an assignment . If you make her do it and use those muscles then she will get better . Well those people have no idea about Bio Mechanics , they are not vets or specialist they make horses worse and blow up out of fear and pain. I will say to everyone who reads this thread listen to your horse it does not lie. They do not play lame or sore they can not pretend . If you can not find someone who can help then put it out there start searching let us start helping our best friend not just saying oh well they will get over it as they won't. Pippa will be rehabilited to the best of our ability if that means then I can only ride her on the trail walking then that is it . I will no longer be filiming assignments of jumping barrels and doing small cirlcing because my horse can not physically do it. I refuse to make her do anything out of her capability, I have this girl for the rest of her life and I love her dearly so Quantum Savvy I say no more assignments for now . I will still visit and chat and keep in contact but for now I need to do what is best for my horse . That is rehabilitation and lots of love and understanding. I am a lucky one my girls has a chance and I am going to give it my best shot Thanks to all who have listened Gayle and Pippa
  15. Pippas Twitsted Neck

    Well this weekend I will finally find out what is wrong with Pippa . She has gone to Andrew Bowe's in Yarck he is a specialist in foot lamness . Pippa is not sore in the feet she is sore in the shoulder and neck, if you send her out on line she twist her neck sideways at a trott and also if you are riding her she trotts with her neck bent. I have had her looked at by various people they all say she will have this for the rest of her life as it looks like a star picket has gone through her shoulder at some stage of her five year old life.Pippa is going to be a demo horse in a clinic run by Sharon May Davis she is an expert in Equine Bio Mechanics the best I shall get in OZ . Pippa floated well on her 3 hour journey it was her first long float ride . She came off and I walked her past the clinic that was happening and put her in with her first bull . She was amazing just did everything perfectly . I walked into the clinic and spoke with Andrew about Pippa and a voice popped up and said . Thats the bay that just came off the float that you are talking about . I said yes it is she told me Pippa was lame on her near side she is compensating for her off side , she said she tripped coming out of the float she is dragging one toe just a little abit and a couple of other things. I asked Sharron when did you see her she answered I was making a coffee when you took her off the float . How could I resist watching a new horse come in . If this is how much she can tell in the whole 40 seconds it took to unload and walk infront of Sharron then how goods is this lady. I am hoping by the time Sharron has finished with Pippa on the weekend I will have a better understanding of what is happening and if she is curable or not . I am excited and I can not wait untill Saturday morining , at the same time a bit scared of the outcome . I love my girl and just want her cured wish us both luck . Cheers Gayle Thu 28 Apr 2011 at 02:42AM - Comment - Delete
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