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  1. Update on missing horse Count

    I have learned that Count was sold to someone named Suzy in East TN. I believe she bought him to do dressage.

    If anyone has any information about how I can get in touch w/Suzy, I would...
  2. Looking for Count, 1995 Bay TB Gelding last known to be in GA

    I am looking for Count last known to be sold or given away by Kelly Rousey. She was boarding him at the time at Montclair Stables in Conyers, Ga. She had been training with Ann Haller at Ashland...
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    Thanks to Meghan for the good lecture - sorry...

    Thanks to Meghan for the good lecture - sorry that I missed some terminology. The layman use of lactate(s) is something I assume everyone can appreciate - the burn, the sore legs the next day etc...
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    Perhaps I should have been clearer.... I was not...

    Perhaps I should have been clearer....
    I was not suggesting you wait two to three minutes before either scrapping or flushing with more water....just that when you plot water temp vs time the curve...
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    How to properly cool your horse off - without all the current BS theories

    Just a few comments on all of this....

    This notion of putting water on and immediately scraping it off is nonsense scientifically. Water has a far higher specific heat capacity than air, aka, it...
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    Wanderlust, It's really beyond the scope of this...

    Wanderlust,
    It's really beyond the scope of this thread to discuss changes, and I really feel that the sport may have gone too far down the wrong road. Too much inertia and too many with much to...
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    My point is not so much that 'back in the day'...

    My point is not so much that 'back in the day' things were so much better, you only have to watch video of the 78 WEG and competitions twenty or so years later to see how far it had come. My point...
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    I may well be a bit cynical about what has...

    I may well be a bit cynical about what has happened to eventing in the past decade or so, but as an ex-upper level who won at 3 and 4 star level and represented their country I do have some knowledge...
  9. Dog Needs Ride from VA to Camden Race

    We need a ride for a large dog - he can travel in his crate -from Middleburg, Va to Camden, SC for the Carolina Cup Steeplechase. If anyone has the room to bring him down, we would so appreciate it!...
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    some further clarification.... clembuterall ...

    some further clarification....

    clembuterall (ventrapulmin)- a butter-like compound from the clemintine fruit that should be applied to the chest area to help breathing - compare with dorsopulmin...
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    Drug free racing - never! But why couldn't it...

    Drug free racing - never!
    But why couldn't it happen. I agree that it will be a hard sell, because- as already outlined by some of the posts it would be a massive shift in the entire industry's...
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    I'm with NoBSshoer - No BSing around with this...

    I'm with NoBSshoer - No BSing around with this issue.

    I agree that it would put some out of business, but does anyone really think it's necessary for horses needing drugs to run to be out on the...
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    I can’t help but think an opportunity may be...

    I can’t help but think an opportunity may be missed in this Gill debacle, now that the issue of ‘Gill and his misfits’ is seemingly nearing a conclusion.

    As an observer of the COTH’s, and Paulick...
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