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  1. Thread: WEG team?

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    This is more or less what my Ortho told me when I...

    This is more or less what my Ortho told me when I went in for my dislocated clavicle; that the dislocations actually often take longer to heal than fractures, because bones knit together pretty...
  2. Thread: Noblesse Oblige?

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    I wonder how much of this is to do with learning...

    I wonder how much of this is to do with learning to to make and achieve reasonable goals. There are a LOT of things out there that aren't Qualifying For Indoors that riders can aim towards more...
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    I agree, findeight. They have so many wonderful...

    I agree, findeight. They have so many wonderful things they could do--like what we saw on the 2011 videos, or the pine brush box option set at the Junior Hunter finals the other week which I thought...
  4. Thread: WEG team?

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    I can't imagine how she got back on :eek: I fell...

    I can't imagine how she got back on :eek: I fell and dislocated my collarbone the beginning of July, and the pain was literally near-blinding; it was the weird fade-to-white vision that actually got...
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    Diagram is online here:...

    Diagram is online here:
    http://www.ushja.org/programs/ihd/finals_OrderCoursesResults.aspx

    I wasn't home last night, so only watched Brunello and Jersey Boy's rounds this morning. It didn't look...
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    To get mine to work, I had to turn off AdBlocker...

    To get mine to work, I had to turn off AdBlocker for that page. Then the video feed loaded instantly.
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    We were there for a few days last September. It...

    We were there for a few days last September. It was a lovely time of year to visit. I liked the walk across the harbor at low tide, where you can walk across the sandbar to Bar Island. We also...
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    Driving reins, like pictured, is a good exercise....

    Driving reins, like pictured, is a good exercise. My horse prefers more of an auto (or short crest release), and I find it very helpful to think "down" rather than "forward" with my hands. I also...
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    I personally know two horses with blindness in...

    I personally know two horses with blindness in one eye who are competing successfully, one in jumpers, and one in eventing. However, both still have the eye, they're just blind in it. The eventer...
  10. Is this the translation that's supposed to be...

    Is this the translation that's supposed to be most accurate? I picked up a library copy at one point several years ago that a friend with a religion minor suggested as being most correct in its...
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    Oh my, Trixie, you may have made my weekend! I...

    Oh my, Trixie, you may have made my weekend! I love the idea of work appropriate-ish (I work on the technical side of TV, we have some leeway!) pants that are more comfortable. The price on those...
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    Huh, I don't think I've ever flown in anything...

    Huh, I don't think I've ever flown in anything except any underwire bra, and never had a problem. I think the only thing I've ever been given a second glance for was a hair elastic that had been...
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    Poll: Hmm, I'm not sure how to answer, because for me,...

    Hmm, I'm not sure how to answer, because for me, it depends. Spoons, forks, and butter knives point up, sharp knives point down. Naturally, SO does everything pointing down, which drive me batty...
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    Not sure where in PA/MD you're looking for, but I...

    Not sure where in PA/MD you're looking for, but I know there are shows at Loch Moy, Lytles is hosting one sometime, Washington County Horse Council is doing one up that way, and there are a bunch...
  15. Dylan's voice is at best average; without being...

    Dylan's voice is at best average; without being exceptional in other areas like songwriting, he'd never have been famous, IMVHO. He's another good GM example, of skill in one area providing...
  16. I don't think Dylan's a good comparison here at...

    I don't think Dylan's a good comparison here at all. His voice isn't what made him great, it was his music and lyrical abilities. I don't think Whitney wrote much of her own stuff, and certainly...
  17. Even with the same opportunities, you're not...

    Even with the same opportunities, you're not always going to get the same results. Take humans out of the equation, and look at horses: Rox Dene and Rox Don were full siblings, with the same...
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    I think it depends. Mine is never going Prelim+,...

    I think it depends. Mine is never going Prelim+, or upper level dressage. We do occasionally also do hunter shows, where it does matter. She's OTTB, and if you don't try to tell her how/when to...
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    Ditto the recommendation of the Woof boots. I...

    Ditto the recommendation of the Woof boots. I have two pair of these, one for everyday, and one for showing.
    https://www.smartpakequine.com/woof-wear-sport-brushing-boots-4759p

    The everyday ones...
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    It's not a secret at all, and it's not the first...

    It's not a secret at all, and it's not the first time it's been treated with a serum. NPR has a good story on it, without all the sensationalism, and a good bit of biomedical facts:...
  21. It's pretty common with dressage bridles, and...

    It's pretty common with dressage bridles, and some eventing-styled ones, which is probably why you noticed it on the Nunn Finer bridle. I know Passier and Kieffer both make dressage bridles styled...
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    How does the sizing run on the "cob" sized? My...

    How does the sizing run on the "cob" sized? My mare's in a "full" sized older Crosby, on mostly top-ish buckles. I'm very tempted to get one to try, at that price, and the Fulls are all sold out.
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    Wow, reading this is really, really making me...

    Wow, reading this is really, really making me glad I was at the ER within an hour of it happening. I was hesitating on going, thinking I'd sit and see how I felt and have a soda, until my vision...
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    This is sounding pretty close to what happened to...

    This is sounding pretty close to what happened to me (mine was an 8mm separation, which sounded pretty drastic, but is apparently "moderate") including the option to do surgery to fix a bump. I said...
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    Yes, from what I read, I saw it's pretty common...

    Yes, from what I read, I saw it's pretty common in cycling and in football/hockey. And it seemed to be all over the place as far as healing up/recovery time.




    I've been out of the sling for...
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