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    Disclaimer: I've got a KitchenAid dishwasher. It...

    Disclaimer: I've got a KitchenAid dishwasher. It came with the house, and it does a competent job.

    If and when it dies, I'll replace it with a Bosch. But be warned that not all Bosch models are...
  2. If you're "dragging" all day, then your alarm is...

    If you're "dragging" all day, then your alarm is probably waking you up in the middle of a REM cycle. Try looking into something like the Sleep Cycle app so that you'll be woken up in a lighter part...
  3. Good advice given here, already. If it puts your...

    Good advice given here, already. If it puts your mind at ease, remember that many eventers attend local schooling dressage shows with their mounts, and those folks often use their jump tack (or a...
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    If you're an ankle roller, then beware of the...

    If you're an ankle roller, then beware of the Sanitas. They are very much like Danskos, but they have a slimmer ankle and heel. On the pro side, that means the ankle is slimmer overall. But I wasn't...
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    If your only objection to Blundstones is the high...

    If your only objection to Blundstones is the high back, have you considered their low-cut model, which is very similar to the Merrell and Lands End "mocs" styles?
    ...
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    You could look at the Kerrits Griptek breech, but...

    You could look at the Kerrits Griptek breech, but if it's just a schooling thing, consider your other options. A cheap pair of full chaps, some Sadl-Tite or Sporty Haft Spray to add more "tack" to...
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    Lots of great suggestions so far, but my favorite...

    Lots of great suggestions so far, but my favorite tourist trap in STL is the Scott Joplin Historic Site. It's a historic home, and they have an authentic player piano that plays ragtime. They'll even...
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    Finding a medium Tipp is sort of like finding a...

    Finding a medium Tipp is sort of like finding a 17.5" medium-treed saddle: everyone's looking for them and few people will part with them.

    Besides the tips everyone else has given, I've seen...
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    Disclaimer: The worst conditions I ever ride in...

    Disclaimer: The worst conditions I ever ride in are about 95 degrees with 70-80% humidity. Any more than that, and I tap out. You might be dealing with worse conditions in Alabama.

    But the only...
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    Disclaimer: The worst conditions I ever ride in...

    Disclaimer: The worst conditions I ever ride in are about 95 degrees with 70-80% humidity. Any more than that, and I tap out. You might be dealing with worse conditions in Alabama.

    But the only...
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    My local Nordstrom's store sells them in the...

    My local Nordstrom's store sells them in the lingerie department, and they do allow you to try them on. I've also tried them on at Target in the regular ol' dressing room.
  12. Not a saddle, but I've cleaned a pair of white...

    Not a saddle, but I've cleaned a pair of white leather shoes (real leather, not vinyl) with HSLC. No problems. The shoes looked and felt great.
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    Yet another vote for the Shark. Specifically the...

    Yet another vote for the Shark. Specifically the Shark Navigator Liftaway.
    http://thesweethome.com/reviews/best-cheap-vacuum/

    Gawd, it is so creepy when COTHers agree.
  14. Another vote for GiddyupFlix. And re: lessons,...

    Another vote for GiddyupFlix. And re: lessons, been there done that got the t-shirt over the past year. The answer, "I'd rather not to talk about it. It's been very stressful, and talking about it...
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    There's a much bigger audience for barns than for...

    There's a much bigger audience for barns than for horse feed. Barns can hold all sorts of livestock, supplies, motor vehicles, etc. Horse feed only feeds horses.

    But for the record, my local...
  16. french fry, if you haven't put your hands on this...

    french fry, if you haven't put your hands on this book yet, do so ASAP. I know the cover looks really cheesy, but the advice inside it is great. Most good library systems own copies of it, or you can...
  17. Agree with this, although for areas with halfway...

    Agree with this, although for areas with halfway decent cell coverage, there's already a product on the market that does automatic "fall alerts" for bikers:
    https://icedot.org/site/crash-sensor/
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    Just devastating news. I'm in tears. :( I wish I...

    Just devastating news. I'm in tears. :( I wish I could afford to sponsor a rider in her memory, but she also cared a lot about volunteering, so I'll pledge to volunteer at a horse trial sometime in...
  19. Agree re: sending it to Middleburg Tack instead....

    Agree re: sending it to Middleburg Tack instead. Also, whether you move it or not, consider posting it to Foxhunters on Facebook (a biiiiiiig FB group for Foxhunters) and the Foxhunters Online email...
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    Well, here's the million dollar questions: 1....

    Well, here's the million dollar questions:

    1. How old is the saddle? If it's more than 5 years old, then this whole discussion is sort of moot point. In theory, the Schleese Adaptree is warrantied...
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    I remember that thread, and I don't think the OP...

    I remember that thread, and I don't think the OP ever mentioned what kind of blender she had.

    Anyway, if you're serious about blenders, this is the article you need to read. Seriously. TL;DR...
  22. It's a long shot, but I'd email the staff at NC...

    It's a long shot, but I'd email the staff at NC State Vet School and beg them to pass this onto their student/faculty listserv. You might luck out and find a vet student or professor who'd let you...
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    I suggest editing your thread title to reflect...

    I suggest editing your thread title to reflect the location. That will bring the right people to this thread.
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    I agree with Jay. PS, Stubben has a very long...

    I agree with Jay. PS, Stubben has a very long tree point too. They do sweep it back, but it's comparable in length to the Simatree R-bar saddles.

    Gotta be honest, though...I have trouble...
  25. Sounds like a raw deal to me. I wouldn't do it. ...

    Sounds like a raw deal to me. I wouldn't do it.

    You say you've got a Tad Coffin. Unless it is older than the dinosaurs or in rough shape, it's likely worth a helluva lot more than $1200, which is...
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