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    EquiTrack does everything that you are looking...

    EquiTrack does everything that you are looking for.
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    I know some great barefoot groups that offer a...

    I know some great barefoot groups that offer a lot of help if your horse is barefoot. I am sure there are great farrier ones as well.
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    My mare just had her first Medroxyprogesterone...

    My mare just had her first Medroxyprogesterone shot a week ago. I tried Regumate to get her through spring transition a few years ago and it worked wonderfully. It was just very expensive and...
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    Not a nutritionist, but just my personal...

    Not a nutritionist, but just my personal experience with magnesium in horses and humans. As I understand it, it is very difficult for you or your horse to overdose on magnesium. Our bodies just...
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    Per the horse nutritionist who balances my hay, I...

    Per the horse nutritionist who balances my hay, I add a tablespoon of iodized salt to the balanced minerals I give each horse daily -- two tablespoons during the sweaty months. I also leave a bucket...
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    I had this issue and found that I was one sided...

    I had this issue and found that I was one sided in all aspects of my life. When I paid attention, I noticed that I had more flexibility/range of motion on one side in all yoga/stretching exercises....
  7. In the meantime to prevent further fractures, I...

    In the meantime to prevent further fractures, I highly recommend the RS-tor. You have to order it from England and it is outrageously expensive, but it keeps you in the saddle. You hold it like a...
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    Yes, I have. It seemed to help, certainly more...

    Yes, I have. It seemed to help, certainly more than the monthly or bi-weekly schedules I had tried. However, in my case, he continued to decline due to non-joint-related issues and is now on...
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    I bought a horse with aural plaques (diagnosed by...

    I bought a horse with aural plaques (diagnosed by vet in PPE). Correlation is not causation, but I did use tea tree oil as a fly repellant in her ears that first year and they did disappear within a...
  10. Thread: Phone App?

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    Have you looked at it enough to learn if you are...

    Have you looked at it enough to learn if you are you able to enter contacts that do not use the app themselves? Thanks.
  11. Well, this hasn't happened. I have her on...

    Well, this hasn't happened. I have her on Regumate March/Apr/May and Sept/Oct here in PA. I am wondering if I take her to FL Jan/Feb/Mar next year, will I need to keep her on it all winter.

    What...
  12. Can A Move South Throw A Mare Into Heat

    Just curious if a move from the Northeast to Florida in December or January, with the resulting increase of about 20 minutes of daylight, could throw a mare into a spring transition heat?
  13. Search the forums for Soloshot. There are a...

    Search the forums for Soloshot. There are a number of threads and some cothers have posted their videos. The quality is beautiful and I love that you can set the zoom range. I ordered one on the...
  14. I am interested in this as well.

    I am interested in this as well.
  15. I have an About The Horse pad with shim. My...

    I have an About The Horse pad with shim. My horse suddenly started rounding up his back and raising the base of his neck. Nothing else changed. I am a fan.
  16. I find flax IS grain to a horse that does not get...

    I find flax IS grain to a horse that does not get grain. They love it straight. I use a handful to get Previcox into my guy who hates Previcox.
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    OP, please let us know if you get an answer from...

    OP, please let us know if you get an answer from Horse Tech. I also have an IR horse on Horse Tech chromium yeast. I feed it mixed with other supplements, top dressed on soaked Timothy cubes. I...
  18. I bought this cotton string cooler after asking a...

    I bought this cotton string cooler after asking a friend if hers was new and she said it was ten years old. Mine is three years old now and looks like new. Washes up perfectly with no stretched out...
  19. http://www.equinestudies.org/lessons_from_woody_20...

    http://www.equinestudies.org/lessons_from_woody_2008/lessons_from_woody_2008_pdf1.pdf
  20. ^^ This!

    ^^ This!
  21. If she was just a passenger, then it sounds like...

    If she was just a passenger, then it sounds like a weight-bearing issue -- either pain in the horse's body or the saddle fit (no matter how well it appears to fit).
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    Second Horsetech. Not only do they have quality...

    Second Horsetech. Not only do they have quality products at reasonable prices, but they have the best customer service ever!
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    Ohhhhhh, you are talking about your mare. I...

    Ohhhhhh, you are talking about your mare. I thought we must have a certain riding buddy in common. Carry on.
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    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152974063181178&set=gm.632378310218561&type=1&theater
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    Dr. Deb Bennett : "A shorter back is almost...

    Dr. Deb Bennett : "A shorter back is almost always advantageous bio-mechanically."
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