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  1. Come join our equestrian team :) We try to...

    Come join our equestrian team :) We try to find/post extra riding opportunities on our email listserv, and have a number of riders who have found horses to exercise, and would be willing to help you...
  2. We call our horses "pants" too! Except they're...

    We call our horses "pants" too! Except they're called pants when we clip them for the winter - we leave the legs, and clip the body and neck, hence we "leave their pants on" :) Sometimes we amend...
  3. Thank you all so much for your insights! Some...

    Thank you all so much for your insights! Some great advice for inexperienced travelers too :)

    It's a consulting position, depending on which firm hires me, it would be between 40-75% travel, not...
  4. People who travel often for work - what's it like?

    I'm looking into a field that would require me to travel quite a bit for work, both within the state, and within the US, with the possibility of some international travel. For those who travel often...
  5. I'm not a fan of that myself ;) But not my horse,...

    I'm not a fan of that myself ;) But not my horse, and the owners don't want to spend any more money after buying him with a $$$ price tag and having a number of vet visits already.

    I wouldn't have...
  6. Yes, sorry, I think that was the result - I have...

    Yes, sorry, I think that was the result - I have NO experience with EPM/EPM testing, and am just remembering what I was told about a vet report, so I apologize for the confusion and my ignorance! Vet...
  7. Just going to reply to the use of the word...

    Just going to reply to the use of the word "unequivocal" for the moment - the vet wrote "unequivocal" but explained it as not a positive nor negative test, some evidence of antibodies for EPM but not...
  8. Thoughts needed: should I get this prospect?

    Looking for thoughts or experience on neuro issues/possible neuro issues. I was offered (for free) a young (under 10), big (over 16hh) warmblood prospect. The owners are good friends of my trainers,...
  9. In a clinic with Boyd Martin as a very...

    In a clinic with Boyd Martin as a very inexperienced (and NERVOUS) Novice rider, riding a horse I had never ridden before due to my horse's career ending lameness, he told me that I "have a great eye...
  10. ^AliCat, it can be dangerous, as there is always...

    ^AliCat, it can be dangerous, as there is always the worry that parents will accidentally roll onto their children in their sleep, but developmental psychologists have found that shared-beds is the...
  11. Thanks all for the ideas! I hadn't really thought...

    Thanks all for the ideas! I hadn't really thought about advertising in its area of origin, but was worried people would be turned off by the distance - I'll definitely put an ad up and hope I get...
  12. TBFAN - ouch, I'm so sorry for your experience!...

    TBFAN - ouch, I'm so sorry for your experience! Hoping that doesn't happen to me. I do love the saddle, just do not have plans to use it for the next number of years. I plan to keep it, however, if I...
  13. Best way to sell a custom-made saddle of a lesser known brand? (not an advert)

    I'm sure if the monoflap I'm trying to sell was a Devoucoux or a CWD, it would fly out of my house, but alas when I was purchasing a saddle, I fell in love with a lesser-known brand (which I won't...
  14. ^I'm going to second Rachel Williams - she's a...

    ^I'm going to second Rachel Williams - she's a phenomenal instructor and brings in lots of trainers to clinic. Super enthusiastic and rewarding teacher!
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    Lots of fun shopping - a whole tent of "artistic"...

    Lots of fun shopping - a whole tent of "artistic" horse stuff, which is always fun to browse. The Kerrits tent has some great prices, especially Thursday and Sunday! That tent is usually farther away...
  16. LOVED the coverage - I was able to watch off my...

    LOVED the coverage - I was able to watch off my computer while "studying" ( ;) ) for my finals. Only small comment - I would love to have the horse and rider's name pop up either more often, or be...
  17. Thanks so much for the ideas! I understand this...

    Thanks so much for the ideas! I understand this is a difficult find - in the past we have been to Ireland and done the cross country at places like Flowerhill, but we are trying to A) stay local, and...
  18. East Coast (midatlantic) - looking for barn for team "bootcamp"

    Looking for a barn that has enough horses for approximately 20 members of a college IHSA team to ride 1-2x per day for 3-4 days for a "training weekend/bootcamp."

    Ideally in VA/NC/SC, but will...
  19. I'll add on to the baked brie train - though I...

    I'll add on to the baked brie train - though I make mine covered with a rum/brown sugar mix and topped with pecans. It goes fast every time!

    Also - prosciutto-wrapped avocado slices with goat...
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    I have a 9.5 slim tall if you're interested!

    I have a 9.5 slim tall if you're interested!
  21. I did that exact trip from SF to Denver (Boulder,...

    I did that exact trip from SF to Denver (Boulder, really) last August - we went through Zion and Arches National Parks - really beautiful! And I believe you can ride horses through Zion, and Arches...
  22. I highly recommend Lightstar - based in CA, the...

    I highly recommend Lightstar - based in CA, the owner did the horse trailering studies at UC Davis and custom-made his trailers to be the best for horses when traveling. Fantastic people who are...
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    I really like my Lister Stars - they're the first...

    I really like my Lister Stars - they're the first pair of clippers I've owned, so can't say much as to how they compare to other brands, but they are much nicer than my trainer's ClipMasters and a...
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    Revere, hands down. It's a fairly new California...

    Revere, hands down. It's a fairly new California brand, but they've expanded to the East Coast, and I LOVE their saddles. I have a monoflap which I like better than my Devoucoux (blasphemy!), and...
  25. I love my Lifeproof case - a little expensive,...

    I love my Lifeproof case - a little expensive, but I can drop it in water and drop it off the back of a horse and it looks perfectly new :)
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