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  1. The problem isn't the trainers. I think chunky...

    The problem isn't the trainers. I think chunky munky hit the nail on the head with the land issue. Many trainers produce hunters, jumpers and eq horses and riders so they have no issue adapting the...
  2. I have seen that he is for sale. Will Sandra...

    I have seen that he is for sale. Will Sandra continue to stand him while he's for sale?
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    I'm not looking to make money. I just want to be...

    I'm not looking to make money. I just want to be able to break even on the farm and pay the way for my own one or two.
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    Bumping this up because I am also interested in a...

    Bumping this up because I am also interested in a small boarding business in the future and I would love to hear from more BOs.
  5. Another vote for Clem. He does a fabulous job and...

    Another vote for Clem. He does a fabulous job and is very patient. His speech and riding style might be unorthodox, but he is by far the best person to start babies.
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    Situations like this is why we need...

    Situations like this is why we need microchipping. The horse's record should follow them through whatever name changes occur.
  7. Could it just be that his coggins says QH?

    Could it just be that his coggins says QH?
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    I hope you are aware of the shenanigans regarding...

    I hope you are aware of the shenanigans regarding Redwine and Aloha.

    ETA: You might get more responses in the sport horse breeding forum.
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    He might just be the type that needs a very...

    He might just be the type that needs a very specific kind of prep to go well.
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    The term typically used is "professional junior"....

    The term typically used is "professional junior". Juniors are neither pros nor ammys by their very definition. I have no problem with professional juniors. A junior is not an adult and therefore...
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    There is no such thing as a "shunior". Juniors...

    There is no such thing as a "shunior". Juniors can be paid to ride all day long because they aren't amateurs. It isn't against the rules.
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    Dehner and Vogel

    Dehner and Vogel
  13. GPAs in general work better for me than COs but I...

    GPAs in general work better for me than COs but I think what works best for you would depend on your own head shape. When you have to go up a size or so with all your hair it magnifies any less than...
  14. I also have extremely thick waist-length hair. I...

    I also have extremely thick waist-length hair. I have never had a problem fitting my hair under my helmet but I do have to be picky about the helmet as some give me mushroom head.
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    VHSA associate shows vary vastly by venue and...

    VHSA associate shows vary vastly by venue and management from awesome and highly competitive to run down and poorly judged.

    Within VHSA associate, CHSA is great for hunters, CVSJA is the jumper...
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    Here is the rule change proposal:...

    Here is the rule change proposal:
    https://www.usef.org/documents/ruleChanges/280-13.pdf
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    That's what I've seen it as. It's usually set as...

    That's what I've seen it as. It's usually set as course B or sometimes a shortened course. It's basically just a schooling trip run with your division.
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    What bit do you have him in? It looks to me like...

    What bit do you have him in? It looks to me like a kimberwicke and that can be a fairly harsh bit and not one that is friendly to contact. Not to mention it is considered unconventional by USEF...
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    Had my Vogels for 7 years and I've never seen...

    Had my Vogels for 7 years and I've never seen this. Definitely call Vogel and see what they can do.
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    It all depends on your mare, but off the top of...

    It all depends on your mare, but off the top of my head there's Cunningham, Amazing, Apiro, Balta Czar, Popeye K, Rio Grande, Cabardino, Ragtime, Crown Affair, Chaleon, Acord III, Paparazzo, Sir...
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    I think Canadians don't buy American simply...

    I think Canadians don't buy American simply because it would cost them more, not because of any soundness issues. A comparable horse in Canada is going to cost less than one in America. I've known a...
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    OP, leasing might be a good option as those types...

    OP, leasing might be a good option as those types of horses are quite easy to lease to young riders needing a good first horse experience.
  23. 8-12yr old gelding packer with a great record,...

    8-12yr old gelding packer with a great record, safe enough to play around with but fancy enough for most riders' goals.
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    If the horse doesn't have the step then it...

    If the horse doesn't have the step then it shouldn't be in a 3'6 division. Stride length has always been more of a limiting factor than scope even with big horses and I don't see why an exception...
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    If the horse has the step then it will succeed...

    If the horse has the step then it will succeed regardless of size. There are plenty of small Jrs that go on to become wonderful AO horses. That division is already split into three 3'6 sections plus...
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