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  1. As we've discussed, with any form of dementia but...

    As we've discussed, with any form of dementia but especially LBD, quiet and routine is critical. Trips out must be short and to a quiet place, so don't got to dinner at 6, go at 4:30 etc.
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  2. Perhaps it needs to be back a bit more in the...

    Perhaps it needs to be back a bit more in the first place. I see it everywhere I go: saddles too far forward, shoulders not cleared.

    Pictures would help tho, if you can :)
  3. The final word...and it's good :) UPDATE: ...

    The final word...and it's good :)

    UPDATE: Rotational fall at Chatt Hills CIC 3*

    Stephanie Brand released from hospital.

    Our health and safety officer at Chattahoochee Hills Eventing sent...
  4. No, Equipride is basically taking all the good...

    No, Equipride is basically taking all the good stuff in a commercial feed and reducing it down to its concentrated goodness. My dealers moved to Texas, so I just order a bucket direct shipped. You...
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    Having euthanized two horses in 4 years, this is...

    Having euthanized two horses in 4 years, this is quite comforting to have it confirmed. Thanks for sharing.
  6. For the easy keeper, possibly metabolic horse...

    For the easy keeper, possibly metabolic horse here in the South: EquiPride (you only feed 1 ounce, per 100 pounds of body weight), Grass Balancer Loose Mineral (to balance the higher iron) and a...
  7. I do get Glim's point tho. There is a notorious...

    I do get Glim's point tho. There is a notorious "ghetto barn" on a well traveled road I pass frequently. Horribly dangerous fencing, no hay in the paddocks, barely any water, no grass, tons of...
  8. And for all the bad, there are plenty of good. ...

    And for all the bad, there are plenty of good.

    Going on 13 years at a self-care, private farm. Love the owner, love the managers. Nothing fancy but it's safe and efficient. Reasonable price. ...
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    Ditto. Alas, that trainer saw "Sucker" on...

    Ditto.

    Alas, that trainer saw "Sucker" on your forehead and took you. You had your doubts but failed to heed them. Now you've learned a valuable lesson: When In Doubt, Don't.

    Sell her to a...
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    Thanks! Carried it inside late last year too: ...

    Thanks! Carried it inside late last year too: Kitchen Makeover

    Cathedral Gray from Behr.
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    I did Steel Gray with Red Shutters...

    I did Steel Gray with Red Shutters. It works!
  12. Just in case, put it in writing. It'll come up...

    Just in case, put it in writing. It'll come up again.
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    My EquiBreeze ...

    My EquiBreeze was built by the fine folks at Double D.... Steel frame with Aluminum skin (with the proper insulator between the metals). They sent me pictures during the build!

    Very well built. ...
  14. I have a great self-care contract & rules list if...

    I have a great self-care contract & rules list if you'd like to borrow and adapt for your purposes.
  15. My pastor has one. He did it for safety reasons:...

    My pastor has one. He did it for safety reasons: he worked in construction and saw one guy lose his ring finger when it got caught during a fall.

    It does need to be touched up tho
  16. And for any others wanting to be nice/helpful,...

    And for any others wanting to be nice/helpful, etc. -- Draw up a contract, put your rules in writing and have it sign. Specify the consequences for failing to abide by said rules and then enforce...
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    Ditto cutter99. Love the stability, easy...

    Ditto cutter99.

    Love the stability, easy hitching/backing (once you practice), etc.

    Just remember the Gooseneck Mantra: Wider is Better! ;)
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    Another vote for a Hay Hut with a Hay Chix...

    Another vote for a Hay Hut with a Hay Chix small-hole net. :D
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    We used one off the back of the barn, on an...

    We used one off the back of the barn, on an elevated platform, to catch the rain water. Loved it. When we no longer needed, sent it on to a friend who put it in her pickup truck bed, filled it with...
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    You are blessed, AK. Hang on to them!!! :)

    You are blessed, AK. Hang on to them!!! :)
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    Cowboymom: You're man is far better than I. I...

    Cowboymom: You're man is far better than I. I couldn't do it. Hats off to him!!!

    I trim part time to help horses & their owners who are fed up with being lame, body sore, out of balance, etc. ...
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    Thank you JB. Alas, I failed to go into finite...

    Thank you JB. Alas, I failed to go into finite detail sufficient to satisfy the masses.

    But perhaps when the majority of said masses pick up their own tools and go out into the world to trim,...
  23. I am just a local trailer-outter. I have a DOT...

    I am just a local trailer-outter. I have a DOT number.
  24. :encouragement: :tickled_pink:

    :encouragement: :tickled_pink:
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    That is not the work of a Barefoot Trimmer. It's...

    That is not the work of a Barefoot Trimmer. It's a traditional farrier who's doing nothing more than not putting on a shoe.

    He's rasped the hoof flat, as if for a shoe. He's rasped off the toe...
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