Hands on the Tip


EQUUS - - Eq Handson -

Af­ter years of re­plac­ing bro­ken or rusted salt block hold­ers, I de­vised a way to hang my horse’s block with rope. First I made a hole through the block—about three inches from one end—us­ing a power drill. I then threaded a two-foot length of heavy clothes­line through the hole and knot­ted it back on it­self se­curely just above the block. Then I hung the block from the bars of my horse’s stall, well above hoof height.— Robert McCurdy, Crown Point, In­di­ana

Send your sug­ges­tions for in­ex­pen­sive horse-care sub­sti­tutes as well as hints for saving ef­fort and time to Hands On, EQUUS, P.O. Box 7510, Falls Church, Vir­ginia 22040; email: EQLet­[email protected]­me­dia.com. Senders of pub­lished items will re­ceive se­lected EQUUS mer­chan­dise.

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