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  1. Thank you, Kelly. That's what we're looking at...

    Thank you, Kelly. That's what we're looking at here and I hope it's resolved the same way. In Northern AZ, outside of Flagstaff, there is a huge designated area for Off Road Vehicles. It's a blast to...
  2. We can hear the bikes from over two miles away,...

    We can hear the bikes from over two miles away, relentlessly, for hours on end and it's likely to get so much worse. Before any of us knew this was in the works we had noticed a marked increase in...
  3. OP wants to respond to NIMBY comments

    I get that many of the replies to this thread are those who are upset about the NIMBY mentality. I truly get that. I have, in my 45 years of horse ownership, encountered many who are against horse...
  4. Reiner Andrea Fappani trying to put a MotoCross track in my Neighborhood!

    My neighborhood in far northeast Scottsdale, Arizona is a quiet, secluded magnet for equestrians and we have several world-class Western breed and performance centers here. Imagine my horror when I...
  5. There are two one-eyed horse that I hunt with...

    There are two one-eyed horse that I hunt with regularly. They have no issues other than requiring common courtesy when being approached from the blind side.
  6. I've been thinking about wearing one since I just...

    I've been thinking about wearing one since I just don't bounce very well anymore. It just occurred to me that a specialty dickie would be ideal. Wouldn't it be cool to have a combo canary vest front,...
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    I have an Imperator dressage saddle from Germany...

    I have an Imperator dressage saddle from Germany and I have only seen one other one. I recall DROOLING over the Imperators in the H. Kauffman catalog in the early '70's--I can still recall the...
  8. Have had mixed results with the hunt bridles sold...

    Have had mixed results with the hunt bridles sold by Tack Wholesale. The first one I bought (oversize, chestnut) was so beautiful I was lugging it around asking knowledgeable hunters what they...
  9. I'm so sorry you had to go through that with Jake...

    I'm so sorry you had to go through that with Jake and you absolutely made the right decision. If you still have access to him, would you consider asking your vet to contact Dr. Rose Nolen-Walston at...
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    What a brilliant scheme--for only $250 a month,...

    What a brilliant scheme--for only $250 a month, you can go and pester someone else's horse with sticks, strings, games, love, leadership, and language! Wow!

    This is even better than renting one's...
  11. Guilty!!!! Is the opposite of enabling, consoling?

    Guilty!!!! Is the opposite of enabling, consoling?
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    It's a sport dominated by Quarter horses, but one...

    It's a sport dominated by Quarter horses, but one of my friends is quite competetive on a very big draft cross. What I have found from becoming interested in CMSA myself, and seeing a few matches, is...
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    The warmblood cross might turn out to be a nice...

    The warmblood cross might turn out to be a nice horse. Quick, I'm ENABLING someone else to go grab him!:D
  14. Did anyone else see the pic where he's biting the...

    Did anyone else see the pic where he's biting the feed tub? Kind of a cribber-ish look. Maybe OP dodged a bullet!
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    It's still there....you just have to be SUPER...

    It's still there....you just have to be SUPER bored to find it. I did!
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    An Irish Sport horse hired field hunter named...

    An Irish Sport horse hired field hunter named Silver. I was 3/4 out of the tack landing at the base of a HUGE drop bank, and he just kept cantering on steadily and straight as an arrow while I...
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    The horse trippers will get her first, then she's...

    The horse trippers will get her first, then she's meat. At least she was well fed for a while.:mad:
  18. Poll: Glad to see the buttons coming back! I'm so old I...

    Glad to see the buttons coming back! I'm so old I remember when it was 7 to 9 plaits. Then we had to live throught the 40 teenie weenie braids like cigarettes in a row down the neck. (Hands are...
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    Don't cry, most of the Indian tack scammers have...

    Don't cry, most of the Indian tack scammers have completely made up fake feedback from shill accounts. They will work incredibly hard to get a sale. Inspiring, in a way!
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    Another option to consider is to use a Blocker...

    Another option to consider is to use a Blocker tie ring to fasten the horse if you're loading alone and have to walk out and leave them without a butt bar or divider. If they pull a little they'll...
  21. Hi Problem! The link didn't work but I'll look...

    Hi Problem! The link didn't work but I'll look them up. Thanks!
  22. Terrible incident. Tragic. As usual, any comments...

    Terrible incident. Tragic. As usual, any comments I would have made were made much more eloquently by some of our prolific posters. Particularly, Guilherme and Bluey.

    This madman was well...
  23. I took a look at the FB page. Kind of hard to...

    I took a look at the FB page. Kind of hard to understand how the money to bail out a Clydesdale is $250, but a cute little filly is $750? Meat buyers pay by the pound. I did send some money to TIER...
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    I'm with Beverly on this one; and pooh on you...

    I'm with Beverly on this one; and pooh on you folks who decry bitting up for a hunt. In a perfect world we can ride every horse every day doing everything in a nice mild snaffle. But their blood gets...
  25. An ex-Master of my acquaintance is now 93. His...

    An ex-Master of my acquaintance is now 93. His Dehner boots were 50 years old when we were still hunting together in the mid-to-late '80s. As far as I know, they're still in good shape. I guess the...
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