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  1. You know, I don't think the media is all over him...

    You know, I don't think the media is all over him simply because he's not a come from behind underdog, he's not a fairytale with humble beginnings. He's well bred and talented with rich owners and a...
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    All I have are flat fields so burs and twigs are...

    All I have are flat fields so burs and twigs are no problem!
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    I don't know how but I'd love to see if anyone...

    I don't know how but I'd love to see if anyone has used them. Who knows, maybe they are magical and we just don't know about them.
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    Has anyone seen one of THESE!?

    http://kudasaddles.com.au/#/mattes-saddles/4588200544

    I just stumbled upon them for the first time 15 minutes ago. THEY LOOK FRIGGIN COMFORTABLE! Especially when I take my boy out on trails and...
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    Yep...what they said. Mostly they're just fashion...

    Yep...what they said. Mostly they're just fashion now.
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    The only people I know that don't use breast...

    The only people I know that don't use breast collars are the Western Pleasure people. All the trail riders, barrel racers, mounted shooters (including myself) use breastcollars all the time.
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    I've only ever seen draw reins attached between...

    I've only ever seen draw reins attached between the legs to the girth. It was only in googling for a pic of them being used w/ the draw gag that I saw those other set ups. The nice but misguided...
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    Right! I responded with pictures and an...

    Right! I responded with pictures and an explanation of all the ways in which this is so wrong. She's a barrel racer so the focus isn't so much keeping the head down but still it makes NO SENSE! AH!...
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    I guess in the western world its aka a draw bit.

    I guess in the western world its aka a draw bit.
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    At first I thought she was putting it through the...

    At first I thought she was putting it through the ring of the bit (like you would a snaffle) which would make even less sense. After a while I just had to give up. The problem was she was...
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    This...

    This is a draw bit/draw rein combo.
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    Can I just vent for a hot second?

    I saw a lady on another website stating that her favorite way of "collecting and sofenting" a horse is riding in a draw bit and draw reins at the same time. :no:
    Then said draw reins are "gentle"...
  13. I don't understand a lot of things western...

    I don't understand a lot of things western pleasure people do.;)
  14. Thread: Thinline

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    Well the wool fleece ones LOOK like they have a...

    Well the wool fleece ones LOOK like they have a really nice shape to the withers. I'm just always concerned about that because some pads I've had in the past are too stiff/not contoured enough and I...
  15. Thread: Chia vs Flax

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    Chia vs Flax

    I need to get the most omega 3's in my horse's diet as possible. Feeding whole flax was recommended to me, but seeing as flax is for some reason impossible to find around here I came across chia for...
  16. Thread: Thinline

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    Anyone?

    Anyone?
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    JB, I contacted the developer of RG and you're...

    JB, I contacted the developer of RG and you're spot on! He said a cup of whole flax as well. I think I'll just start doing that. Now to find some...
  18. Thread: Thinline

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    I've had those. I tried to order one a while back...

    I've had those. I tried to order one a while back and the rep just stopped emailing me one day...I just don't LOVE the pads so was looking for different options to try.
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    Part of me is wondering if I should go to just...

    Part of me is wondering if I should go to just SmartEssentials Pellets, alfalfa/timothy pellets, and beet pulp.
    I know the SmartEssentials is just a supplement, but it has allll this which is very...
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    The Legends looks awesome BUT I don't think I'd...

    The Legends looks awesome BUT I don't think I'd be able to get it here. I'm in ND and really only have TSC and Runnings.
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    Well not eating alfalfa isn't the end of the...

    Well not eating alfalfa isn't the end of the world. It's just one of the cheaper/easier options. The whole reason it's good for ulcers is the high calcium content. You can add soaked beet pulp to her...
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    Is This Feed Good/Omegas Help!

    I've been feeding 1lb/day of Renew Gold to my 2 horses with very good results. They look better than ever and have gained needed weight and it doesn't make them hot! They both live in pens so have...
  23. Thread: Snipe hunting

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    Perhaps a saddle that is made for western...

    Perhaps a saddle that is made for western dressage would fit the bill. I took dressage lessons in my Marlene Mcrae Special EFFX by Cactus and found it easy to sit properly. Meleta Brown saddles are...
  24. Thread: Thinline

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    Oh and he has fairly large withers so he needs...

    Oh and he has fairly large withers so he needs something with a lot of wither clearance.
  25. Thread: Thinline

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    Thinline

    Any opinions on the western Thinline pads with the wool fleece? My horse has kissing spine and his saddle fits well, so I need a pad that isn't too thick but will still keep him as comfy as possible....
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