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  1. Just out of curiosity, how much might one of...

    Just out of curiosity, how much might one of these fine specimens go for? (ballpark figure) :D
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    Keep a VERY close eye on her temp. Erlychia tick...

    Keep a VERY close eye on her temp. Erlychia tick borne disease can start out with them stocking up behind, then they usually develop high temp. If it does get a vet out immediately so you can...
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    Flecken, Sorry off topic. ;). Any new pics of...

    Flecken,

    Sorry off topic. ;). Any new pics of that be.... U...tiful appy baby of yours??? :winkgrin:
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    Thanks for the great insights everyone, it's very...

    Thanks for the great insights everyone, it's very informative to learn about the individuality of each event that makes each one a different type of challenge. :)
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    Four star events ranking in difficulty

    For those individuals whom would be more in the know ;) please help me rank the top four star events in regards to difficulty. Would Burghley rank number one, then Badminton and Rolex? Rolex's...
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    Not sure if you are willing to travel, but the...

    Not sure if you are willing to travel, but the NEDA (new England dressage association) bulletin board has them on occasion for sale or lease. Also look on dreamhorse, I have seen some there also.
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    Thanks everyone for your input, I do spend alot...

    Thanks everyone for your input, I do spend alot of time spraying down my barn interior. We do have quite a few hawks in the area as we are near conservation. Turns out the bird is from long island....
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    The look on both of their faces (especially the...

    The look on both of their faces (especially the ponies) was priceless!! ;).
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    My non horsey husband insisted he could halter...

    My non horsey husband insisted he could halter and lead my small pony out of the stall. I told him what ever you do, make sure she does NOT sneak out and get loose while he was trying to figure out...
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    Anyone have pigeons at their farm?

    We had a racing pigeon show up at my farm, owner does not want it back, beautiful bird so cute follows me all over the place.
    I was wondering about their care, specifics I should know. Any...
  11. Opel, 100 percent agree!:yes:

    Opel,

    100 percent agree!:yes:
  12. My concern is Toto. Forget Rath, P.S.,...

    My concern is Toto.

    Forget Rath, P.S., potential breedings lost ect... This video clearly shows a very unhappy horse both mentally and physically. It is unbelievably sad to see his spirit and...
  13. Hubba hubba!! :D. Niiiiiiiiiiice! Keep us posted.

    Hubba hubba!! :D. Niiiiiiiiiiice! Keep us posted.
  14. It is performance pak and it comes in a...

    It is performance pak and it comes in a granulated powder almost like sugar. You can see all the white granules distributed throughout the manure. It it super expensive as I have to have it...
  15. Seeing the majority of dried fat in manure, am I wasting my money?

    My mare has epsm and won't eat corn/canola oil. I have been feeding her performance pak 4cups per day as that equals two cups oil per 1000 lbs as recommended. However, I see the majority of it in...
  16. Thanks Deltawave, I am hoping so too! :)

    Thanks Deltawave,

    I am hoping so too! :)
  17. Is it safe to feed carrot powder to epsm or IR horse?

    I have found a good joint supplement by springtime but it contains carrot powder. I have read carrot powder contains sugar, however the form in the powder does not break down readily to sugar. I...
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    Thanks everyone for all the input and advice, I...

    Thanks everyone for all the input and advice, I wish I was better at posting pics and stuff then I could show him to you, but I agree testing is probably the best way to go. :)
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    Joie, I saw a video at three months and his legs...

    Joie, I saw a video at three months and his legs are very light bay with white. Now at six months his legs are dark bay with black and distinct white stockings behind and a white sock up front. ...
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    Back in the saddle, Thanks, do you think an...

    Back in the saddle,

    Thanks, do you think an owner would be offended by this request? Obviously I would pay for it. The colt is not cheap, around 10,000. I don't mean to offend any grey horse...
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    Determining the odds of a grey colt

    I am interested in a colt where the dam is grey and the sire is dark bay. I have read alot on the odds and possible ways of determining if he will end up grey. Most people think if they are born...
  22. Gold, There was nothing I saw outwardly in my...

    Gold,

    There was nothing I saw outwardly in my mare either that made me think she would not hold up. I was also told by a very experienced trainer that she was very solid and I should not have any...
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    :lol::D:lol:

    :lol::D:lol:
  24. As a owner of a mare that also was told had great...

    As a owner of a mare that also was told had great potential, I would seriously consider keeping the mare in solid work / training for several years to see if she holds up physically before passing on...
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    Rides xcountry blindfolded with one hand tied...

    Rides xcountry blindfolded with one hand tied behind his/her back! :lol:
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