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Vicky Vicky Vicky - November 2005

Vicky Vicky Vicky - November 2005

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Vicky Vicky Vicky and her mom Robin Cannizzaro, DVM

Vicky Vicky Vicky was one of our 25 Special Horses and her mom Robin Cannizzaro, DVM. - March 2007

Victory canters her dressage test to Victory! - September 16, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky aka "Victory" canters her dressage test to Victory! - September 16, 2006

 

Deb and OTTB Vicky Vicky Vicky doing dressage.

Deb and OTTB - Vicky Vicky Vicky doing dressage.

Vicky Vicky Vicky April 14, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky with Robin - April 14, 2006

 

 

Vicky Vicky Vicky - March 19, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky - March 19, 2006

Notice how she is developing muscle and learning to bend in just three short months!

 

Vicky Vicky Vicky - March 19, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky - March 19, 2006

 

Vicky Vicky Vicky - March 19, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky - March 19, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky - February 10, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky - February 10, 2006

 

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin's second ride.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin's second ride.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin.

 

 

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Vicky Vicky Vicky aka "Victory"

Robin Cannazzaro, DVM and her OTTB Vicky Vicky Vicky aka "Victory".
Robin Cannazzaro, DVM and her OTTB Vicky Vicky Vicky aka "Victory".

May 24, 2007

When I purchased Vicky, aka Victory and Vicky Vicky Vicky, I knew the first thing I was going to do was ground work and Natural Horsemanship.

She had no boundaries, she was pushy, had little use for me in general, had no reason to trust humans. She was high, reactive, spooky. For the first week of her training I spent a lot of time rubbing on her, desensitizing her to the stick (carrot stick), and moving her out of my space.

I next worked on yielding her hindquarters. This helps to disengage their hindquarters, they cannot kick you, you can stop them if you take the power away from the hindend. Vicky was resistant at first but gradually worked together with me after some struggles.

Depending upon the temperament of the TB you purchase will depend how cooperative they can be. Vicky is an alpha mare, so she was less willing and had had bad experiences at the track. All horses will come around if you give them the chance, be patient, and have fun. Vicky took about one week to do groundwork sufficient enough for me to get on her.

Patience cannot be emphasized enough and keep changing your exercises to keep things interesting for them and always finish on a good note. The last thing we do is what they remember when you get them again to play. Smile a lot, that helps you relax and release hormones that sensitive horses will pick up to release tension both in yourself and your horse. I did this a lot with Vicky, even laughed at her silliness, she laughed back!

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.
Wholistic Veterinary Care
www.wholisticvetcare.com

Elizabeth's Note: I asked Robin to share some of her experiences with Natural Horsemanship with us. Find her full story and other training note on the Training Notes from Elizabeth page. It is wonderful that people who have purchased our horses are willing to share their knowledge and experiences. When you purchase a horse through Bits & Bytes Farm you become a member of our extended "family". We are always here to help you with your new horse. Our buyers also share their knowledge to make sure that you and your OTTB get a great start together. Dr. Robin Cannizzaro is a holisitic vet who adds another level of expertise to our "family" . Click here to go to her Web site and learn more about her approach to veterinary care.

March 2007 - Elizabeth visits Vicky Vicky Vicky and her mom

Elizabeth had a chance to meet Vicky Vicky Vicky and even got to ride her in the forest.

Elizabeth had a chance to meet Vicky Vicky Vicky and even got to ride her in the forest on a recent visit to Florida.

Vicky Vicky Vicky can be ridden with just a halter after the training she has received by her mom Robin Cannizzaro, DVM.

"Vicky's" mom Robin also demonstrated some of the natural horsemanship techniques she uses to train her horses.

Vicky Vicky Vicky can be ridden with just a halter after the training she has received by her mom Robin Cannizzaro, DVM.
Vicky Vicky Vicky can be ridden with just a halter after the training she has received by her mom Robin Cannizzaro, DVM.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and friend.

February 20, 2007

Elizabeth,
I am supplying another update of Vicky. We went to another schooling show this past weekend and road Training level 2 and Training level 4. We received a forth and a second place in classes ranging of 8 to 10 riders. Our scores were 64.6 percent in Training 2 and 72 percent in Training 4! She was as usual a very good girl. She is still not quite right in her hind end so I am going to do more body work with her and try some different saddles. I think her primary problem is in her back and her stifle is secondary. I really like this mare she and I have a great bond.
I ordered a stallion package from a local stallion who is a Swedish warmblood and hope to breed her this year and keep riding her if she stays comfortable enough. She still seems happy to go out and be ridden so I continue to post on the wrong diagonal going to the right and this may help her develop more through her back. She is nearly sound if I post on the incorrect diagnonal to the right.
The judges continue to compliment her and some top trainers have been very complimentary at the shows. None of them can believe I purchased her sight unseen!!

Alchemy continues to struggle with his hindend from the trailer accident so more body work and homeopathy is continuing for him. They certainly do not lack for attention in spite of their deficits!!

We also found out that the first judge that Deb and I rode in front of actually knows our mare Belle, Deb's horse. She tried to buy her as a four year old 23 years ago!!! So she is 27 years old NOT 21!! She scored very well in both classes just behind Vicky and me. I am proud of that pair!!! Not bad for an OTTB and a aged mare!!!

in peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.
Wholistic Veterinary Care

February 12, 2007

Hi Elizabeth,
Deb and I just got back from another schooling show with Vicky and Belle.
I have still been having issues with Vicky's left hindlimb. I rode her on the right diagonal for our entire training level test and still scored quite well. She is much more sound if I post on the right diagonal.


"I rode Training level test 2 and scored 70 percent, we won our class!
I rode Training level test 4 and scored 65.6 percent and was second in that class! "


I rode Training level test 2 and scored 70 percent, we won our class! I rode Training level test 4 and scored 65.6 percent and was second in that class! I think there were 8 to 10 riders in each class.

Vicky's mind and manners are doing very well. It is such a heartbreak about my two horses not being sound. I took them both to University of Florida for an evaluation and I wanted radiographs of Vicky's hocks and stifles. Alchemy is still not sound after the trailer accident and I fear he will not be able to go back to third level and above as we were. His lameness is high up/pelvis or sacral or low back. :(

I wanted radiographs of Vicky since her left stifle sticks at times and she is not sound on her left hind. I wanted to make sure I was not harming her to continue to ride after I gave her time off. Her radiographs came back clean in her stifles and the Vet's were waffley about her hocks. They were not sure if she may have a touch of arthritis in her hocks but promptly said, I would ride and do whatever you want, if there are changes they are so minor! I did not see any arthritis in the radiographs. I think they had no idea what the cause of her left hind lameness is quite apparently! They thought she might work out of it. She is only hitchy to the right on the left hind and is not very hitchy at all if I post on the incorrect diagonal in that direction.

The day before the show I gave her acupuncture and chiropractic treatment.
I knew it was a risk buying an off-th- track TB but I am not sorry for it. I really love this mare and she is a joy to ride. She has such nice gaits, yesterday we got 7 for her gaits and she is great at horse shows, very well mannered. She is a joy on the trails and I wanted to teach her to jump but have put that off for now to work on her lameness issues. She seems happy and not upset or prissy when ridden so I certainly feel she is in no way miserable. We will see, for now, I am considering breeding her to a warmblood if I can find one close and convenient enough for pasture breed or someone to AI her for me.

I keep seeing beautiful prospects on your site, so tempting!
I hope you and Barry are well.

in peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.
Wholistic Veterinary Care

October 31, 2006

Elizabeth,

Vicky is still coming around and getting sweeter and more relaxed. Hoping I will be able to show her in the next several weeks. I just received her lifetime membership card with USEF.

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

September 16, 2006 - Vicky earns her new nickname!

Training Level Test 2: Score 70.77 % earn Vicky Vicky Vicky a blue ribbon!

Elizabeth,
I thought I would write and let you know we came back from another Dressage Schooling show today. I took Vicky, her second horse show outing.

We rode Training Level Test Two and Training Level Test 4 (for the first time).

Our results are as follows:
Training Level Test 2: Score 70.77 %!
Judge comments: "Nice mare!" and "Great job!"
Placing: I received a score of 8 on our free walks in both tests!!
We were first out of five horse and riders!


Training Level Test 4: 66.15%!
Judge comment: "Attractive horse"!
Placing: In my Training Level Test 4 we won fourth out of 13 horse and riders. We received 7s and 8s with a few 6s. We received 7s on her gaits by both judges!
My Training Level test 4 was judged by a well known "L" judge.

I could not have been more pleased. We came home, she got a nice bath and lots of Mrs Pastures Treats. She loves those!!

Vicky was quiet, attentive, and generally relaxed. She was so quiet, I had to give her a boot for our canter in my first test (Training level 2). Our transitions still need to get smoother, but she is coming along great. Her gaits continue to impress the judges.

Vicky Vicky Vicky doing Training Level Test 2 - September 24, 2006
Vicky Vicky Vicky aka "Victory" finished in FIRST PLACE doing Training Level Test 2 - September 24, 2006

I received great compliments from a fellow rider who rode her Intermediare 1 TB. She rode a nice test and we discussed how nice it is to show off TBs and show how they CAN be competitive against the warmbloods.

Of course, people kept asking me if she was a Swedish warmblood!

Vicky started her day by loading in the trailer by herself, a little reluctant as she is used to having a buddy to go to the forest for our trail ride. She settled after a little bit in the trailer once she got used to the idea she was the only one leaving the property. I assured her she was only going to show herself off and she was going to come home and not be recycled somewhere! She settled at the show grounds once I reassured her again of the above.

When I saddled her for her second test, she looked at me all sweaty as if to say... "You are kidding right? We certainly do not ride twice in a day!!"

Our rides were in two different rings, so she had new surroundings for each test and handled it like a seasoned show horse!!

OTTB - Vicky Vicky Vicky stands quietly while tied to her trailer.

In her photos she is sporting her new show halter with her nameplate. And...... who says you cannot tie an OTTB to the trailer?! She also has a new bridle but I used my every day one on her today, too lazy to change bits! LOL!

Vicky is coming along in every way. She has finally really relaxed and her personality is shining through. She is really "getting it" that this is not another stop over to be used for selfish purposes and discarded when no longer profitable. She is more affectionate and comes up to us for rubbing. She has a smile on her lips and her eye is softer.

We have been working on some first level movements. I am going slowly letting her feel her way with it. We are doing some leg yielding and slowly integrating lengthening. It is important not to push her as you know, so she can ease into it with confident and not get uptight.

I ride primarily posting trot up to now, introducing sitting trot slowly. OTTB get confused about sitting trot because it upsets them to have someone bouncing on their back, that means canter or worse. I also want her to continue to develop her topline with no encumbrance of sitting trot to interfere with her movement through her back.

All of our horses are fed and treated holistically. All of our horses are barefoot with Strausser trim. Vicky seems to be quite happy with this program and quite healthy too!! Who says white sock horses cannot be barefoot!!

Your assistance in placing these great souls to learn that it IS safe to trust and they CAN have fun is so important for such a spiritual species as the horse. Thank you for providing a chance for these great horses. OTTB are so sensitive and have to shut down so much to get rushed to start at such a young age, they deserve to know that life can be slower, safer and MORE fun!!

I hope everyone is having as much fun as Victory and I. We mix trail riding, dressage and showing for now. I did speak with a jump trainer today who may help me teach Vicky to jump. My comment to the trainer was... If she likes it fine, if not, she does not have to do it!

Have fun everyone!!
In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and her trainer Sally at a canter.
Vicky Vicky Vicky and her trainer Sally at a canter.

July 22, 2006

Elizabeth,
We took more photos of our lessons today. I asked my coach to get on Vicky for the first time so she could feel her. Deb had a lesson on Vicky and did even better than last Saturday.

Deb gets another dressage lesson on OTTB Vicky Vicky Vicky.
Deb gets another dressage lesson on OTTB Vicky Vicky Vicky.

I had a lesson on Alchemy again and enjoyed watching Deb and Sally (my coach) ride Vicky. Sally is from England and really loves TBs. She has one TB and a warmblood also and a lot of ponies. She breeds and sells ponies for hunters or dressage.

We will be off to the forest for our 2 hour trail ride tomorrow with Vicky and Alchemy! Vicky LOVES trail riding! :)

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

July 21, 2006

Elizabeth,
Belle has been lame working on abscess I think, poor girl, so Deb has been riding Vicky! She is doing great! Deb is less experienced so this is good for she and Vicky.

Deb and OTTB Vicky Vicky Vicky doing dressage.

Vicky has been very well mannered and we have ridden in the 100+ acre park two Sundays in a row and she has been wonderful. Alchemy acted up over some deer in the forest and Vicky looked at him as if to say "what on earth are you keyed up about?"

Deb had a lesson this past Saturday on Vicky with our trainer in Ocala. She did beautifully. Enclosed a few photos of our blazing hot day lesson.

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

April 23, 2006

Vicky Vicky's new show name is Victory!
Vicky Vicky's new show name is Victory!

Elizabeth,
We came home from Vicky's first dressage show today and she acted at the show as if she had been doing this all her life!

Our ride times were afternoon and spread apart from one another. So Vicky had to solo it! She loaded nicely, traveled well. We arrived at the show and I hand walked her all around. There was a jumping and dressage show together at this show, so there was a lot of commotion. She behaved beautifully.

Vicky got a bit nervous in the ring for her turn, but was pleasant and best of all she won her first dressage class ever entered! We received a 64.1 percent at training level test one and were first out of nine riders.

Our second class she spooked once and thought about off to the races on our right lead but she listened to my half halts (and pleas!) and settled just enough to manage our 20 meter circle. We finished second out of 11 riders! Our score for training level test two was 62.7 percent.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M at their first dressage show.

I could not have been more pleased even if our tests were at times rocky. Her behavior was wonderful and calm and quiet as one could imagine with an OTTB! I could not help but share.

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

Note from Elizabeth: Robin's hard work has paid off! First and Second place ribbons in Vicky Vicky Vicky's first dressage show. Her new show name is Victory! How appropriate.

April 15, 2006

Elizabeth,

Joe should be proud of the beautiful horses he bred.  I am enjoying showing off an OTTT as an athlete that deserves notice in many disciplines.

I am considering going to a small schooling event that is going to be held in May at a nearby farm.  There are small jumps that they allow you to walk over or trot or canter and jump over.

I have jumped Vicky over a few tree logs I saved after all our hurricane damage in 2004.  She canters very nicely over them, unphased.  I think she could excel in jumping and want to do some of that too.

Your site is such fun to follow and I really enjoy all the photos.

Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

April 14, 2006

Elizabeth,

I took Vicky to her first dressage clinic with Gerard who is from Holland (I
believe). She was wonderful, nervous at first, and with my calm composure, I
helped relax her into performing wonderfully.

I wanted to share some photos of us in our clinic.

Vicky Vicky Vicky at her first dressage clinic.

Gerard really liked her and felt she has great potential. He had great things
to say about her. I could not stop laughing, my friend whose farm we were riding the clinic at, has mirrors in her arena. Vicky insisted on proudly viewing herself in the mirror at every pass!

Mirrors don't bother Vicky Vicky Vicky at her first dressage clinic.

I was so pleased with her and had to share how Joe bred a beautiful girl, quite happy and capable for so many possible disciplines.

I could not be more pleased with this athletic, willing, talented girl. Elizabeth you could not be a better representation for these beautiful TBs. It warms my heart every day to read success stories about these horses and the second chances they get.

I would not hesitate to consider a horse from your site again, prospect or one
of your started horses.

Thank you again for what you do!

Deb and I plan to ride Vicky and Belle to the forest again tomorrow for a great
outing in the woods. Deb rode in the clinic with Belle and did wonderfully
too!!

I will enter Vicky into a schooling dressage show soon at training level.

Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

April 8, 2006

Elizabeth,
I rode Vicky off our property yesterday and crossed a busy street, dogs barking, horses running, etc, cars and trucks driving by us. I rode with Deb on our 20 y.o. TB/Belgian cross and we rode all over a nearby 18 acres open hay field.

I walked trotted and cantered the perimeter and she was wonderful. She was a bit nervous and characteristic for her has some diarrhea but she was VERY well mannered. I was even able to walk her on the buckle in the field on numerous occasions. She is doing very well and filling out nicely.

Next weekend I will be riding her in a dressage clinic with an instructor from Holland. He comes several times per year to teach and I try to ride with him whenever he comes. I look forward to his comments about her. We will try to take more pictures. She is coming along with her right sided work. I will probably enter in a training level dressage show in the next few months.

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

March 19, 2006

Elizabeth and Joe,
I took Vicky to her first dressage horse show and did not enter but rode around all the horses and let her see all the commotion. She was a very good girl. She was well mannered in spite of her nervousness. We were at a park where there were kids screaming, playing on swings and inflatable houses. She was alarmed by the dressage bell that signals the next rider to enter the arena.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin - March 19, 2006

She is loading into the trailer a little better and was a star loading for the trip home. We are working on loving gentle loading but firm. I do not make a big deal of anything she does and rub and praise her when she does what I ask.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin - March 19, 2006

Vicky was better behaved than some of the horses at the show! I helped her understand to stand and relax, I worked her in an empty arena, and with the other horses in the warm up area. (That proved a bit much for her). I rode her all over the park and show grounds. She is building confidence every time I ride. Her work to the right is improving slowly, so stiff to the right! (Typical of an ex- race horse - Elizabeth)

Vicky Vicky Vicky with Alchemy and Belle
Vicky Vicky Vicky with Alchemy and Belle. Look at the photo at the bottom of this page to see how she has developed muscle and changed shape. She looks great! - Elizabeth

I am enclosing some photos of Vicky and I riding today in our sand and grass arena, and with her buddies, Alchemy and Belle. Alchemy is 8 year old registered Oldenburg, and Belle is a 20 year old Belgian TB cross. The miniature buddy is Wild Ivy. Vicky loves Ivy and ever since I trailered Vicky and Alchemy together they are buddies. too. Everyone gets along well.

Vicky Vicky Vicky with Ivy - March 19, 2006
Vicky Vicky Vicky with Ivy - March 19, 2006

Vicky is putting some much needed weight on and has shed her Ohio rug out! She now has dapples on her rump! She is sleek and shiny with her supplements, feed and hay! I think she likes her life with us!

Thank you Joe for being kind to such a beautiful athletic girl and Elizabeth for the kind assistance matching these beautiful souls with there new homes and careers.

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.
Wholistic Veterinary Care
www.wholisticvetcare.com

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin - March 4, 2006
Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin - March 4, 2006

March 4, 2006

Elizabeth,
Yesterday I trailered Vicky and my warmblood, Alchemy to Ocala for a lesson with my coach. Vicky was great, nice and quiet. I had a short lesson on her and my coach really liked her. I am working on her bending and straightness especially to the right. She is sometime upset moving off of the pressure of my leg, she wants to run forward instead of yielding sideways off my leg.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin - March 4, 2006

I rode her in the forest again with a group of three others. My partner, Deb rode Alchemy and I rode Vicky. She was great we walked and trotted and she seems to love the trails.

Trailer loading is slowly getting better, she is a definite claustrophobic. She may have had enough of the long trip from Ohio and decided she did not want to trailer load! She is doing better each time.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and Robin - March 4, 2006

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.
Wholistic Veterinary Care
www.wholisticvetcare.com

Robin and her warmblood Alchemy.
Robin and her warmblood Alchemy.

February 11, 2006

Elizabeth,

I thought I would send some newer photos of our ride yesterday.  Vicky is coming along nicely.

Vicky Vicky Vicky was a former Bits & Bytes Farm Prospect Horse for Sale - February 10, 2006

Today I trailered her over to a friend's farm on the edge  of a 100+ mile forest of trails.  We took a nice one to one and one half hour trail ride with her seasoned mare.  Vicky was great.  I thing she loves the trails. 

Vicky Vicky Vicky - February 10, 2006
Vicky Vicky Vicky was a former Bits & Bytes Farm Prospect Horse for Sale - February 10, 2006

W e are working on her manners during feeding time, she postures and kicks, but never kicks at us or if we are in the stall.  It is all directed at her neighbor horses.  Aside from this, she is a sweetheart and I am enjoying her so much.

Thank you for the great service you provide. 

Hopefully we can go to a schooling dressage show in the near future. 

Hope all is well with you.

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

Vicky Vicky Vicky was a former Bits & Bytes Farm Prospect Horse for Sale - February 10, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky - February 10, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky was a former Bits & Bytes Farm Prospect Horse for Sale. She was one of our 25 Special Horses - February 10, 2006

January 29, 2006

Elizabeth,

I wanted to give you an update and send some photos.

Vicky is responding well to the ground work and I rode her for the first time last weekend. The photos are from last weekend and she is progressing with every ride and handling.

Robin's second ride on Vicky Vicky Vicky. January 22, 2006
Robin's second ride on Vicky Vicky Vicky. January 22, 2006

She is a total sweet heart. She tells me stubbornly she would not like to leave the other horses sometimes but we are working through this.

She is enjoying lots of turnout with the group, lots of rubs and kisses and plenty of grooming. She is a quick learner and has a big heart.

I hope to be able to trail ride her soon, as soon as we get some of the handles, brakes, and controls polished up! This week we cantered for the first time. She is unbalanced but willing.

Better pics to come as we progress!

Thank you for helping us get united. I think she is really happy here and we are loving her and loving on her!!I will send more photos in the next several weeks.

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and her mom Robin. January 2006
Vicky Vicky Vicky and her mom Robin.

January 18, 2006

Elizabeth,
Yes, I do love this mare. She is a total sweetheart. She is continuing to settle in well. She does get upset if we take any of the other horses in, she panics a bit. I think in time she will settle down. She is doing well with her ground work so far, and getting lots of rubbing and loving too.

I have been in touch with Joe and he is very nice and seems to have given her a good beginning. He is a sweet man.

In peace,
Robin L. Cannizzaro D.V.M., C.V.A.
Wholistic Veterinary Care
www.wholisticvetcare.com

Vicky Vicky Vicky at her new home in Florida.
Vicky Vicky Vicky at her new home in Florida with noticeably less mud!

January 15, 2006

Vicky Vicky Vicky has found a new mom in Robin Cannizzaro, DVM of Florida! We are sure she will enjoy the warmer weather in Florida this winter. Dr. Cannizzaro is offers wholistic veterinary care to horses and small animals.

Vicky Vicky Vicky and her new mom Robin.


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