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  1. Thread: Dressage legal?

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    Timely post. I just bought this for a crown...

    Timely post.

    I just bought this for a crown pad as it indicates it's usef legal, but I was also thinking of emailing them too.

    http://www.ridewellequine.com

    Please do report back.
  2. From one evil chem prof to another, I love your...

    From one evil chem prof to another, I love your posts.

    Nothing intelligent to add regarding the analysis.
  3. I have a 26 year old who slowly lost her appetite...

    I have a 26 year old who slowly lost her appetite for hay.

    I've tried treating for ulcers for months (ulcerguard). No change. I've also tried sucrafalate for hindgut issues.

    I've tried...
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    I'd take the upper doors off for sure. I have an...

    I'd take the upper doors off for sure. I have an old Kingston with no upper doors with the same type of side and crank windows and it stays relatively cool in there in high temps, provided you are...
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    When I went to renew, there were more exclusions...

    When I went to renew, there were more exclusions and a higher price. I had to shop around and still ended up with slightly less coverage and a higher premium compared with last year.
  6. This. You can change out the gullet bar also. ...

    This. You can change out the gullet bar also.

    I have a K and M dressage and I think it's excellent quality for the price. The flocking is gorgeous and easy to adjust.
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    If one does not want to get a Rx from their vet,...

    If one does not want to get a Rx from their vet, apparently.
  8. Don't have anything to add regarding tires, but I...

    Don't have anything to add regarding tires, but I always tow in tow mode, whether there are hills or not. It is recommended in the manual for my truck.

    Some people don't like it as the...
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    My 26 year old always is thinner in summer than...

    My 26 year old always is thinner in summer than in winter. Part of it is that she does not eat as much, no matter what I try. I think the cold weather helps her appetite.

    Perhaps just upping the...
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    I tried it on my older horse whose appetite...

    I tried it on my older horse whose appetite wasn't great....I first treated for ulcers and saw no difference. Succeed did not make any difference either. My vet said she's seen some good results with...
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    Agree with others that the gnats or no see ums...

    Agree with others that the gnats or no see ums are horrid this year. I need a fly mask for my head! They managed to get through my mares fly mask and bloody the tips of her ears.

    The feed thru...
  12. I have gladiators now also agree regarding the...

    I have gladiators now also agree regarding the profile. My trailer guy said they were a good middle of the road tire, in terms of cost and quality. So far, so good.
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    My stalls open to paddocks, so the horses decide....

    My stalls open to paddocks, so the horses decide. I also have more grass in a separate pasture, this time of year with the bugs they only want to be out there a few hrs due to bugs.
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    $50 per trim, but also a $35 travel fee. I'm in...

    $50 per trim, but also a $35 travel fee. I'm in CT.
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    I feed it as is, in a bucket. That being said,...

    I feed it as is, in a bucket.

    That being said, I tried the TSC dumor brand and it was dusty. I now feed lucerne farms and it is not dusty at all.
  16. Another thumbs up for thinline. I do think it...

    Another thumbs up for thinline. I do think it makes a difference. I also have the plain one not attached to a pad. Check their website, sometimes they sell discounted ones.
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    Vitamins are not mined as they are organic...

    Vitamins are not mined as they are organic molecules.

    Vitamins are typically isolated from a natural source and purified.

    Minerals are mined and purified.

    As a chemist, it sounds like a lot...
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    Kent and masters are like thorowgoods but in...

    Kent and masters are like thorowgoods but in leather. I think the quality is fantastic for the price. All English wool flocking too.
  19. Exactly my experience with renegades, I wonder if...

    Exactly my experience with renegades, I wonder if it has to do with our terrain, as I am in CT. I had them professionally evaluated for fit, my horse has a great barefoot trim etc but we were blowing...
  20. Especially if they are for turnout and might be...

    Especially if they are for turnout and might be temporary, I would not spend the $$ on renegades and instead go for cavallos. They are so easy to put on and off. If your horse has relatively wide...
  21. My older mare doesn't each much hay but I...

    My older mare doesn't each much hay but I supplement with lucerne farms chopped alfalfa. I think it's around $16-17 a bag. I also supplement with cubes and hay stretcher and she does great. She won't...
  22. Agreed with above. Something tick borne like...

    Agreed with above. Something tick borne like ehrlichia can cause swollen legs.
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    I had the kool coat and did not find it to be...

    I had the kool coat and did not find it to be light enough, I think the chest is lined, atleast the one I had. The neck protector did not stay in place well either.

    For those temps I would...
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    Mine can go in and out, mid to high 80s seems to...

    Mine can go in and out, mid to high 80s seems to be when they'd rather stay in. Humidity, bugs and wind speed play a huge factor.
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    Agree with above, it really depends on his...

    Agree with above, it really depends on his quickly you want it sold. It took me years to finally sell an older all purpose saddle but I wasn't in a rush. I tried to sell my Hennig, and ultimately put...
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