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    checking credentials

    I just had someone tell me farrier Esco Buff is not what he claims to be...credentials not valid, ect. I find this difficult to believe and am wondering how to verify the same.
    I know there are...
  2. Why doesn't the horse have socks in the rear in...

    Why doesn't the horse have socks in the rear in the 'after' photo ?? Are we sure it's the same horse ??
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    As long as your going to do the ground driving it...

    As long as your going to do the ground driving it would be an easy step to drag say a tire behind him ( a common step in training anyway).....start light so the weight is minimal and see how he does....
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    Google Frey Carriages in Columbus. He restores...

    Google Frey Carriages in Columbus. He restores all kinds of horse drawn vehicles as you will see on his website. He sometime buys them also but he is easy to call and find out what you have.....I...
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    It can happen in the blink of an eye, or...

    It can happen in the blink of an eye, or something can precipitate it.

    Sure it can founder in a blink but founder means the lamina is damaged, wall separating and coffin bone rotating down, all...
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    I've used predators for years, currently from...

    I've used predators for years, currently from Kunifin Company because I like their service and will replace any shipment if bad weather causes shipping problems....and they will walk you through how...
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    Thanks all. Totally on board with the "it...

    Thanks all. Totally on board with the "it depends".
    Having used Phil's grinder with the safety switch grip I feel one of the safety issues is greatly reduced. The flap disk also is much different...
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    abrasive trimming

    I haven't seen this discussed before but may have missed it.
    I am going to host a clinic where Phil Morrare will help people learn to use this method.
    In my 71 years I have seen just about every...
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    figure that out

    [QUOTE=Alagirl;6907794]Does not mean the horse had not a screw lose.

    Oh come on, it takes three months to figure out a horse has a screw loose, really ?? And at a famous (just ask him) trainers...
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    *Quote Originally Posted by Plainandtall View...

    *Quote Originally Posted by Plainandtall View Post*
    So apparently a horse did die at Clinton's place.

    I know of another horse that 'died' as the result of training at CA's.

    The story was the...
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    strands

    Would anyone like to weigh in saying three rails is *plenty* and four is just overkill and no one does it? Or... I'll be in good company with four?[/QUOTE]

    As with all horse questions....it...
  12. Thread: hoof boots?

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    boots

    Please share any thoughts or experiences![/QUOTE]

    From what you describe, small coffin bone, I'm assuming that that foot is smaller than the other?
    "Hoof Wings" are the only custom made boot...
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    Congress live feed doesn't work on a Mac?

    Tried several end runs but always get the message that I don't have permission to use it due to forbidden browser....has something to do with being a Mac user. Help?
  14. Thread: Sprint Cart

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    sprint

    I too have a Sprint cart and they are being seen more and more, even in ADS. They are well designed and made. Todd knows his stuff, is adding new and improved features all the time, check out the new...
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    Our horse club recently had an equine vet speak...

    Our horse club recently had an equine vet speak on equine dentistry. He has two specialties, small animal orthopedics and equine dentistry. He came to the dentistry part through problems he was...
  16. This last post doesn't make sense.......you...

    This last post doesn't make sense.......you "found" a bale of alfalfa and fed "a lot" and refilled buckets. # one, you don't feed "a lot" of anything to starving horses and there just happens to be a...
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    Oh boy, get him (and yourself) going, hackneys...

    Oh boy, get him (and yourself) going, hackneys are so much fun. That said, they have big motors, are very quick and very smart and you will need to know what your doing. If you push this guy too soon...
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    Gee Rick, I'm not sure which dilettantes you are...

    Gee Rick, I'm not sure which dilettantes you are referring to cause the only person I'm seeing posing as an expert is yourself.
    This is a forum after all, most posters are trying to be helpful, if...
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    Getting into this discussion late, but, has...

    Getting into this discussion late, but, has anyone brought up reining, cutting and rope horses ? My goodness some of the top riders are very heavy, and I mean very! Don't think I've heard many people...
  20. Thread: quick hitch

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    No it is not a racing harness but doesn't look...

    No it is not a racing harness but doesn't look like the bennett one either.....it's on consignment at a shop but this area is not into driving other than draft pulls.
    I don't have time to go see it...
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    The photos are not the best but a lot of things...

    The photos are not the best but a lot of things stand out to me.
    The front heels are long on the outside on one foot and the opposite on the other so this horse is definitely unbalanced foot wise...
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    Another thing to consider is that certain...

    Another thing to consider is that certain vehicles 'require' a collar harness to be correct. Fit and balance are huge for a horse to be comfortable pushing. Even in shows I see carts bouncing on the...
  23. blades

    You have blades for a different model of clipper. You said you hadn't used the clippers in years and many changes have been made, namely 'snap on' style.....screw ons are old style. Check your...
  24. Thread: quick hitch

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    quick hitch

    I have the chance to buy a Walsh quick hitch harness, asking price $425 and now asking for offers. It is beautifully made but I don't know what it would take/cost to convert it over to a standard use...
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    That's the point I was trying to make.....we...

    That's the point I was trying to make.....we should be able to depend on the show organizers, the pros, to follow the rules. It certainly shouldn't be the responsibility of the spectators. Exhibitors...
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