For new members, OTS is my post about Julip repairs. Firstly a disclaimer, This post features photos of poorly Julips who need help, work in progress and the on going process of repairs. Some of the pictures are not pretty and may cause distress to people who don't like to see damaged horses. I have an influx of patients both human and equine, 3 riders I have to repair for other people and 4 horses who arrived this Spring. There are also 3 work in progress models who are taking their time to repair. Since I have had multiple tries at embedding photos and none of them are working for me today (Mainly because Flickr has changed and I can't find the thing I want!) Here is a link to my Flickr stream so you can see the state of the poorly ones. I have since started work on them which makes them look -temporarily- worse as some of my restoration techniques are a bit drastic.
Link to my Julip Folder on Flickr, scroll down of the most recent photos.https://www.flickr.com/photos/louvanuk/sets/72157621865863053/