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Tom Williams Stables

Tom Williams Stables Raising, Training, and Selling World Grand Champion Missouri Fox Trotting Horses

Operating as usual

06/01/2022
05/30/2022
Memorial Day

Today we remember those who bravely served our country. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡² We are forever thankful for their selfless service and ultimate sacrifice. ❀

05/29/2022

Enjoying the long weekend! 🐴 Thankful to all those who've sacrificed for our country! ❀

05/28/2022

πŸ”Έ πŸ’› T G I F πŸ’› πŸ”Έ

🀠 Spring Show Events 🀠
05/27/2022

🀠 Spring Show Events 🀠

Who is getting excited for the 2022 Spring Show & Three Year Old Futurity. In addition to the action in the ring June 8-11 at our World Headquarters in Ava, Missouri, the MFTHBA will be hosting two special events prior to the show.

05/26/2022

β˜€ Finally Some Sunshine β˜€
Stay away from the flowers girls... 😳 🌹 🐴

β€’πŸŒΌβ€’  F Y I   β€’πŸŒΌβ€’
05/25/2022

β€’πŸŒΌβ€’ F Y I β€’πŸŒΌβ€’

Buttercups are very common at this time of year and can often look like it’s a deliberate crop!!
They are poisonous to horses and contain a toxin called ranunculin which, when the plant is damaged, is converted to protoanemonin.
This then irritates the mouth, nose, gums as well as lower legs if they walk through large patches of them often causing sores or ulcers around the mouth and legs.
Obviously this isn’t as serious a toxin as something like ragwort but can be quite literally an irritation.
Occasionally some horses may not eat very well or even salivate excessively in response to the toxin contacting lips and gums. This is obviously a little more concerning but is generally not a problem and resolved very quickly with treatment.
Wet weather, like today in the North West, can may it worse as they become more easily traumatised and so generates more of the toxin.
On the whole, however, horses do not like the taste of buttercups because they are very bitter and will preferentially eat grass around the flowers.
Also reassuringly, the toxin in buttercups is inactivated by the process of hay or haylage making so it is safe to eat at that point.
Pasture can be sprayed against buttercups in Spring or even Autumn although horses cannot normally be grazed there for two weeks after spraying.
Contact the office if you have any questions.

05/23/2022

β€’β€’πŸ’™β€’β€’ Sunday Vibes β€’β€’πŸ’™β€’β€’

Monkey see Monkey do.. 😍It's always fun to see the babies grow and try to do all the things their mommas do. πŸ’™
05/20/2022

Monkey see Monkey do.. 😍
It's always fun to see the babies grow and try to do all the things their mommas do. πŸ’™

05/17/2022

Have a terrific Tuesday! πŸ’š 🐴 πŸ’š

05/14/2022

That Saturday morning feeling.. πŸ’› 🧑 πŸ’›

Horse Show TOMORROW!  πŸ”œ 🐴 πŸ”œ
05/13/2022

Horse Show TOMORROW! πŸ”œ 🐴 πŸ”œ

Here is our latest Show Bill for May 14th at St. Clair Saddle Club. It may be a little easier to read.

05/12/2022

β›‘ πŸ€“ Important Info πŸ€“ β›‘

05/11/2022

It was a hβ˜€t one today for the mares! 🐴

🐴 Buffalo Saddle Club Horse Show 🐴 Saturday, June 25, 2022 - 7:00 PM.
05/10/2022

🐴 Buffalo Saddle Club Horse Show 🐴
Saturday, June 25, 2022 - 7:00 PM.

05/10/2022

β€’β€’ HAPPY Mβ˜€NDAY β€’β€’

05/06/2022

The flowers have enjoyed all the rain! 🌧 Sarah and the rest of us have had enough! 🐴

🀠 Trail Rides 🀠
05/03/2022

🀠 Trail Rides 🀠

It is time to hit the trail with the National Trail Ride Program. Check out these great upcoming rides. Ride contact information available athttps://mfthba.com/pdfs/22ntrschedule.pdf

04/28/2022
04/27/2022

The horses are enjoying the sunshine before more rain moves in! β˜€

04/22/2022
Spring β˜€

Finally some SUNSHINE! β˜€ 🐴 β˜€

πŸ’š 🐴 πŸ’š Foaling Season πŸ’š 🐴 πŸ’š
04/22/2022

πŸ’š 🐴 πŸ’š Foaling Season πŸ’š 🐴 πŸ’š

Sound Familiar?!? πŸ˜‚ 🐴 πŸ˜‚
04/16/2022

Sound Familiar?!? πŸ˜‚ 🐴 πŸ˜‚

It's that time of year.. πŸ’— 🐴 πŸ’—
04/12/2022

It's that time of year.. πŸ’— 🐴 πŸ’—

Upcoming Trail Ride in Long Lane, MO! 🐎 πŸ”œ
04/09/2022

Upcoming Trail Ride in Long Lane, MO! 🐎 πŸ”œ

If this isn't the truthπŸ˜‚ #HorsePeopleProblems
04/09/2022

If this isn't the truthπŸ˜‚ #HorsePeopleProblems

04/03/2022

✌ 🐴 β˜€ Weekend Vibes β˜€ 🐴 ✌

Great evening for Trail Riding! 🐎 🌳 πŸŒ…
04/02/2022

Great evening for Trail Riding! 🐎 🌳 πŸŒ…

04/01/2022

β˜€ TGIF β˜€ Thankful it's not snowing... πŸ˜‚ ❄

🐴 πŸ”΄ Foaling Season Is Here πŸ”΄ 🐴
04/01/2022

🐴 πŸ”΄ Foaling Season Is Here πŸ”΄ 🐴

We are in the midst of foaling season and we want to remind you of what is normal and abnormal. The placenta is made up of two major parts: the red bag (chorioallantois) and the white bag (amnion). The red bag attaches to the uterine wall, which allows the exchange of nutrients and oxygen to the fetus. In a normal delivery the amnion is visible and characterized by a white appearance. A red bag delivery is characterized by a red velvety appearance. A red bag delivery is considered an EMERGENCY as it signifies premature separation of the placenta leading to a lack of oxygen to the fetus. **You need to intervene immediately** The red placental membrane should be opened carefully to release fluid, the foal should be delivered/pulled with your assistance and then stimulated to breathe. Foals may develop problems associated with lack of oxygen even though they appear normal at birth. If your mare is having or had a red bag delivery then you need to call Pine Ridge Equine Hospital 918-827-8000 ASAP! #equinedystocia #equineemergencyvet #foalingemergencies #foaling #equinereferralhospital #equinevet #redbagdelivery #pineridgeequinehospital

03/30/2022

APRIL 1️⃣ DEADLINE πŸ”œ

03/26/2022
Coggins Clinic Tomorrow! πŸ“„ πŸ’‰ 🐴
03/26/2022

Coggins Clinic Tomorrow! πŸ“„ πŸ’‰ 🐴

Hope to see you there!

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35 Windy Ridge Trl
Buffalo, MO
65622

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(417) 299-2142

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We are proud to announce another Mid America Show Sponsor: Tom Williams Stables, Tom Williams & Danielle Anthony - Buffalo, MO. Tom Williams Stables is home to many World Grand Champion fox trotting horses and always has top quality offspring for sale. πŸ† For more information visit mofoxtrot.com/tomwilliamsstables. 🐴 The Mid America Fox Trotting Association appreciates each and every one of its sponsors. Thank you for helping us support the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse!