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  1. Tips on relaxing and letting the horse move forward

    My first horse off of ponies was a big strided Thoroughbred that, at the time, was not well schooled and like to take off long then take off bucking. I was much more go with the flow then, but in the...
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    Update: the Waterford was PERFECT and just what I...

    Update: the Waterford was PERFECT and just what I was looking for! He's never been so light in his life and it didn't freak him out at all. Thanks!!
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    Bit for jumping

    I have a sensitive horse pretty well-schooled in lower level dressage but gets a little revved up jumping. On the flat, he is happy in some kind of copper or rubber snaffle. Loves to stretch out and...
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    http://playlandequestriancenter.com/ :) I have...

    http://playlandequestriancenter.com/

    :) I have all the horses at home now (no arena...boo!) but have boarded 4 of mine there at one point or another and LOVED it there! Fantastic facilities- the...
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    Pony & I many years- and many bad habits- ago. ...

    Pony & I many years- and many bad habits- ago.

    http://s9.postimg.org/tbzee04lr/Screenshot_2015_02_22_23_12_54.png
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    I TOTALLY understand the addiction...I've...

    I TOTALLY understand the addiction...I've actually owned this pony for 11 years! Bought him as a green broke four year old, showed him for several years, bought a TB so I could jump bigger fences and...
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    Adult on pony

    How silly would I look if I did some dressage tests (at a horse trial, but dressage tests only) on my small/medium pony? I am 5'5", more leg than torso, and pony is a stocky 12.3ish hands. I had a...
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    Riverview: Aside from exhaustion the first...

    Riverview: Aside from exhaustion the first trimester, I didn't feel pregnant! Didn't have nausea/vomiting until the second trimester (I know, weird). I started to look more and more bloated, but...
  9. Bit recommendations for pony when kids are riding

    I have a small/medium 15 year old pony, have owned him since he was 4 years old and greenbroke. When he was young, he was fine for the trainer in a french-link dee, but I was a kid and rode him in a...
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    Just updating....I ended up putting my beloved...

    Just updating....I ended up putting my beloved kitty to sleep a couple weeks ago. She started having more and more mini-strokes with seizures. Her last day, she was having them on and off all day and...
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    Do you know if it's common to give prednisone to...

    Do you know if it's common to give prednisone to see if it works? Any diagnostic testing first, or just "try and see what happens"? Any side effects? My kitty LOVES getting treats so I had them give...
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    Cat having strokes and/or seizures

    One night a week ago my 12 year old indoor only kitty had what the vet thinks was a stroke. Her back legs were barely functioning (like she had no control), she was falling over to the side while...
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    Volunteer somewhere so you can be around horses...

    Volunteer somewhere so you can be around horses (horse shows?) and get to know the local horse community...but it sounds like you've answered this for yourself: wait to ride.

    I haven't had time...
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    I LOVE the track halter I got from Tack Shack of...

    I LOVE the track halter I got from Tack Shack of Ocala a few years ago. It's this: http://www.tackshackocala.com/3042.html My TB is 16 hands and usually fits better in cob halters than horse halters...
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    I just have to comment and say I LOVE his dam!...

    I just have to comment and say I LOVE his dam! She looks so kind and focused. Also, I love their jump chute- very pretty!

    As for the baby, he looks very athletic and game but does have a lot of...
  16. The TB or the sensitive older horse? :) The TB...

    The TB or the sensitive older horse? :) The TB that is a hard keeper AND super picky did have ulcers and did a full course of Gastrogard after a stay at the Marion Scott duPont Equine Center. But in...
  17. Probably the heater for the stock tank would make...

    Probably the heater for the stock tank would make more of a difference. You'd need more than one heated bucket if they both end up drinking out of it. I have both a small trough outside and heated...
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    I am good friends with some people that had a...

    I am good friends with some people that had a "cleanout" business- the banks contracted them to go do cleanouts of the houses/properties of foreclosed homes. Not sure if it is ALWAYS this way, but...
  19. Chiming in... My hard keeper TB always gets a...

    Chiming in...

    My hard keeper TB always gets a mash 2x a day fall through spring of Ultium grain (pellets), shredded beet pulp, his supplements (in the morning), and a little rice bran. I mix it...
  20. I saw this thread was recently brought back and...

    I saw this thread was recently brought back and after reading through, I have a question....

    I have a horse that likely would benefit from SI injections (after reading through these responses and...
  21. I've used Dr. Reick many times for chiro and...

    I've used Dr. Reick many times for chiro and accupuncture and liked her. She was very good with my two TB's (one who can be sensitive, and one who is a saint) as well as other boarders' very...
  22. I use both of these as liners on my horses. Work...

    I use both of these as liners on my horses. Work well for both of my TB's with high withers, and my narrow-chested Arab cross large ponies.
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    I've had my horses at home for the past 12 years...

    I've had my horses at home for the past 12 years I've owned horses so I'm very used to the daily work and lack of vacationing...that's always been my "normal" as far as horse ownership goes.

    We...
  24. Ok to put horse w/ thrush on stall rest?

    Quick question- one of my horse's (at home) has thrush. I was picking out his hooves a couple days ago and RF was smelly, gunky, and had a little bit of blood when I picked at it (and poor guy jumped...
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    I have a pony gelding I've owned for 10+ years...

    I have a pony gelding I've owned for 10+ years (bought as a 4yr old). The first 6 years I owned him, he lived at home with me and was turned out 24/7 with other geldings and a mare (same geldings, 2...
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