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    Soooooo, theoretically, if I were to supplement...

    Soooooo, theoretically, if I were to supplement with malic acid, I should be able to feed a beet pulp-based feed without worry...OR, perhaps the levels of aluminum are more controlled in BP-based...
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    Anhidrosis and beet pulp/senior feeds?

    Hey all, I remember reading here that beet pulp is realted to anhidrosis, and anhidrotic horses should not eat it. But what about beet pulp-based senior feeds? My seasonally anhidrotic horse is 17...
  3. Update: Tank is hanging in there today. Ice...

    Update: Tank is hanging in there today. Ice continues. The barn owner is going to talk to the neighbors today and see if they know anything about what happened.

    Tank could have been let loose by...
  4. SBT here posting for Chocomare. Vet came and...

    SBT here posting for Chocomare. Vet came and refluxed 38 gallons from Tank until it ran clear. She has had bute, and is soaking in ice water for the next 72 hrs. Tank is a very good patient! Thank...
  5. I remember almost 2 years ago, CM and I scheduled...

    I remember almost 2 years ago, CM and I scheduled a trail ride for the Saturday before Mother's Day, which is Birthmother's Day. I really wanted to do something nice to honor the day, but kind of...
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    @Tom, I hired those farriers based on word of...

    @Tom, I hired those farriers based on word of mouth and seeing their work on other horses. Granted, those horses did not have feet like my horse's (OTTBs aren't too common in GA, which I'm sure was...
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    Well, I can only speak for myself, but I NEVER...

    Well, I can only speak for myself, but I NEVER went behind any farrier's back. I discussed my concerns with them ad nauseum, and was told they couldn't do any better by my horse without laming him. I...
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    http://www1.snapfish.com/snapfish/thumbnailshare/A...

    http://www1.snapfish.com/snapfish/thumbnailshare/AlbumID=4880534016/a=6878698_6878698/otsc=SHR/otsi=SALBlink/COBRAND_NAME=snapfish/

    Proof it can be done without the horse EVER being lame, only...
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    They are synthetic fleece over memory foam. I've...

    They are synthetic fleece over memory foam. I've heard the synthetic fleece does compact over time...
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    Cloud Nine Saddle Pads...reviews?

    I'm considering purchasing one of these to compliment my Butet, which technically fits my horse well but seems to sink a little low on him. Has anyone had experience with these pads? They seem...
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    cllane1: Ooh, now there's a thought! ;) Desert...

    cllane1: Ooh, now there's a thought! ;)
    Desert Topaz: Thank you! That BB looks like a great resource.
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    Thank you, Pat9 and CosMonster. :) I'm fairly...

    Thank you, Pat9 and CosMonster. :) I'm fairly certain this is not the Great American Novel, but hopefully it's good enough to be picked up by a publisher at some point. I'm a bit of a grammar nazi,...
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    THIS. I have been witness to some jumping lessons...

    THIS. I have been witness to some jumping lessons that made ME cringe in sympathy, but the horse never appeared overly stressed (physically or mentally) and was 110% better afterwards. If the methods...
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    Publishing equestrian fiction: Where? How?

    As the title of this post implies, I have a piece of fiction I'm looking to have published within the near future, but as a first-time novelist I really have no idea how to go about it. Can any wise...
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    Kid Hula-hooping = questionable, but ultimately...

    Kid Hula-hooping = questionable, but ultimately not a huge deal.

    Moving of tack trunks to clean the room they were in = worker following boss's orders. The OP's main error here was "delivering"...
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    Anhidrosis: Does it ALWAYS come back each summer?

    My TB developed anhidrosis last year under some extreme circumstances: Horrible heat/humidity, a stall without a window/fan, beet pulp in his diet, and an episode in the paddock where he panicked and...
  17. Jumping in to say that I did the second DD of...

    Jumping in to say that I did the second DD of Equimax about a week ago. My boy's coat is shedding out DARK and SUPER shiny. No bug bumps, no bald/itchy/runny eyes, and "windpuffs" (worm-puffs? :eek:...
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    OK, I'll bite. Disclaimer: I'm not a farrier, nor...

    OK, I'll bite. Disclaimer: I'm not a farrier, nor do I play one on TV. ;) But here's what I see.

    Fronts: Lots of flare and imbalance on the LF. Looks like your farrier is trying to bring the toe...
  19. Bump! I DD'd my guy with Equimax 2 weeks ago,...

    Bump!
    I DD'd my guy with Equimax 2 weeks ago, and am getting ready to do the second DD.

    Over the past two weeks, he has been shedding like crazy. He has "cannon crud" on both hind legs, but now...
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    Thank you for your input! His situation IS much...

    Thank you for your input! His situation IS much different now. He's at a new barn that is A LOT quieter. No more pacing unless it's buggy out and he wants to come in. ;) Can't give him a turnout pal,...
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    Agree with ear puffs and trying magnesium/B1...

    Agree with ear puffs and trying magnesium/B1 supplements. I'm using Depo on my gelding who tends to act studdish in addition to getting hot, and it seems to help him. The monthly shots are not cheap,...
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    Hope I'm not hijacking, but I'm wondering what to...

    Hope I'm not hijacking, but I'm wondering what to do with my horse who stopped sweating in August of last year, after a long run of hot days, eating beet pulp every day, and about an hour of nervous...
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    Found this thread on a search because the same...

    Found this thread on a search because the same thing is now happening to my OTTB. It's worrisome to me because we dealt with anhidrosis last summer, and I'm hoping this isn't a related phenomenon.
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    I've asked a few different vets about this, and...

    I've asked a few different vets about this, and the general consensus seems to be that while using outdated meds might not hurt the horse, it also might not help. The further past the expiration...
  25. Thread: Work off for board

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    I've worked off board A LOT over the years at...

    I've worked off board A LOT over the years at different barns, and can tell you that it either works or it doesn't. With the right people on both ends of the deal (good, reliable, conscientious...
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