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    My husband tried to talk me into buying a truck...

    My husband tried to talk me into buying a truck with a lift, although not even close to the size you describe. Thankfully, I had it inspected by independent vehicle inspector at the used car lot and...
  2. When I was naming my grey gelding, I hit all the...

    When I was naming my grey gelding, I hit all the paint (Behr, Valspar, etc.) websites for ideas for grey names. Sometimes they're interesting:

    Tornado Watch
    Chimney Sweep
    Castle Walls
    Silver...
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    The Look for Less: Favorite Shirt

    Old Navy has made a much more affordable version of the Goode Rider Favorite Shirt! Check out the side-by-side comparison! Both shirts feature knit insets for greater freedom of movement.

    (I also...
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    The Look for Less: Favorite Shirt

    Old Navy has made a much more affordable version of the Goode Rider Favorite Shirt! Check out the side-by-side comparison! Both shirts feature knit insets for greater freedom of movement.
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    I didn't have your same issue, but just finished...

    I didn't have your same issue, but just finished shopping for a very specific used saddle (17.5, wide tree, 2 or 3 + forward flaps). I saved all of my favorite used saddle retailers to my internet...
  6. My Trak/TB is built like a tank, but has short...

    My Trak/TB is built like a tank, but has short cannons. We settled on the thinlines. Good luck!
  7. Experience with Sport Saddle Service in Santa Cruz?

    Does anyone have experience with Sport Saddle Service in Santa Cruz or the owner, Shamss Bennadja? He seemed like a nice guy, but I'd like to hear any opinions out there on the quality of work,...
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    Wow, that would be tough. Saddle shopping is hard...

    Wow, that would be tough. Saddle shopping is hard enough, I sure wouldn't want to do it on a regular basis!
  9. I really like Gals and Horses, Eventing Nation,...

    I really like Gals and Horses, Eventing Nation, GetmyFix, and Behind the Bit. I think it's so interesting how you start to feel like you know the writers after a while.

    I've enjoyed chatting with...
  10. Thread: Blooper

    by amyginger
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    Blooper

    I proved to myself today that I might be a little too comfortable with my work-at-home gig: I rushed upstairs at 4:45, changed into my breeches, grabbed a vest, and pulled my blunnies on. Drove...
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    I have the light and medium weight Wugs. Just a...

    I have the light and medium weight Wugs. Just a heads up, my horse was a size 75 in the light and 78 in the medium weight. On the 7 days out of the year when it was below freezing in my neck of the...
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    Instead of bringing the old feed with you, you...

    Instead of bringing the old feed with you, you might consider gradually switching to new feed before you move if you can. I might be overly cautious, but it makes more sense to me to make feed...
  13. Best of luck to you! I'm saddle shopping now and...

    Best of luck to you! I'm saddle shopping now and I swear it's almost as challenging as horse shopping!
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    If you can swing it, you might consider putting...

    If you can swing it, you might consider putting her into training w/a reputable jumper trainer in your area, even if just for another 30 or 90 days. I know it's an additional expense, but it might be...
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    Wow, now I'm really excited to audit his clinic...

    Wow, now I'm really excited to audit his clinic in November. I hope he gets on a few of demo rider's horses, I'd love to see that kind of transformation in a short period of time.
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    Oh, these aren't dreaded, are they? I like naming...

    Oh, these aren't dreaded, are they? I like naming threads!

    What about a good spanish name to follow the trends of her sire's line:

    Coleta- Victorious
    Cloreta - Brilliant
    Clarisa - Bright...
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    I think a friend was telling me about that one,...

    I think a friend was telling me about that one, is it the one about the rider who refuses to move up beyond training level, despite scores in the 80s?
  18. Jingles for a speedy recovery!

    Jingles for a speedy recovery!
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    I've not tried it, but a few riders I know have...

    I've not tried it, but a few riders I know have claimed that working with an Alexander Technique teachers has been helpful. You can read more here -
    http://www.alexandertechnique.com/at.htm.
  20. Just seconding Dave Williams for starting. I've...

    Just seconding Dave Williams for starting. I've ridden two young horses that he's started and they both were very reasonable, respectful, easy to be around green horses. I've ridden my horse, who...
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    What a cute pony!

    What a cute pony!
  22. Thread: Buying Woes

    by amyginger
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    I shopped on dreamhorse, local barns/bulletins,...

    I shopped on dreamhorse, local barns/bulletins, word of mouth, barn websites, hunter/jumper and dressage association classifieds (state, regional, local), my local sporthorse magazine, Eventing...
  23. I did but didn't watch the video - those videos...

    I did but didn't watch the video - those videos leave a mental brand mark that just can't be erased.
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    Mustad Hoof Protect Toe Protection?

    I'd like to try this Mustad product (my farrier also thinks it might be a good solution) before I put shoes on front and back, but it's only available through the European distributor - the U.S....
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    Thanks for all the replies. I've opted for the...

    Thanks for all the replies. I've opted for the more traditional ROMFH for dressage shows this summer. It's also a washable tech fabric with the stretch that's so comfortable and about half the cost...
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