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    Are there raffle tickets for this available to...

    Are there raffle tickets for this available to the public? I'd like to buy one.

    Vershire is top notch. I went to an adult camp there a few years back... I was in my early 20's. LOVED it......
  2. Bumping this for 2009 :) Still have the horse,...

    Bumping this for 2009 :) Still have the horse, still not doing much with him (he's been ridden a handful of times since the spring), and it looks like work and family commitments will prevent me...
  3. Found him... Thanks guys!!

    Found him... Thanks guys!! <3 COTH :yes:
  4. How do I find contact info for a trainer? (Vernon Downs, NY)

    Visiting from H/J and eventing boards in hopes someone can help or point me in the right direction :yes:

    Any tips on getting in touch with a particular trainer? There's a gentleman who worked at...
  5. How do YOU deal with injuries and lameness in your pasture kept horses?

    Kind of a survey question for those with pasture kept horses and those out 24/7...

    How do YOU deal with injuries and lameness in your pasture kept horses (that don't normally come inside, and...
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    My eventing coach did this for her mid to upper...

    My eventing coach did this for her mid to upper level horses... saves time and money, not to mention you get a shoe that's actually fitted to your horse by your farrier (not that the show farriers...
  7. Thread: NJ Barns

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    Lots of nice barns in Sussex County... what kinds...

    Lots of nice barns in Sussex County... what kinds of services and/or training are you interested, and in what budget? There are a bunch of places that do "A" showing... On Course in Lafayette comes...
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    If she's set on Hunterdon County, look in the...

    If she's set on Hunterdon County, look in the Horse-News and on the bulletin boards at Bevals and Horseman's Outlet. Also, not sure of the prices, but look up and check out Clearview Farms in...
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    If there's a phone number on his band, I'd call...

    If there's a phone number on his band, I'd call and ask if they'd like him back... and mention if not, he is welcome to stay with you for as long as he likes... though it sounds as if he's more than...
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    The fact that you're relistic (and willing to be...

    The fact that you're relistic (and willing to be honest with potential clients) about your background and abilities is good, and will probably keep you out of trouble and from being that "person with...
  11. Poll: If the helmet makes contact with the ground it...

    If the helmet makes contact with the ground it gets replaced ASAP (and I only say ASAP because in reality, sometimes I've "had" to wear it for another ride or two... like at a horse show where I took...
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    2' classes aren't uncommon at any of the A shows...

    2' classes aren't uncommon at any of the A shows I can think of around here... except HITS. They have much less low stuff. All the other multi-day shows have plenty... the lowest level jumpers...
  13. I switched my pups to Kirkland's after reading up...

    I switched my pups to Kirkland's after reading up on it here... still not "premium" food, but it seemed better than the Beneful I was buying (yayyy meat!) and it was the same price and not much more...
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    Wow... last time (to my knowledge) major...

    Wow... last time (to my knowledge) major renovations were done at Overpeck/BEC was back when I was there... mid 1990's. We moved all the horses out to tent stalls (this was before the new fencing,...
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    Bartsville's stuff is very nice. I have a flat...

    Bartsville's stuff is very nice. I have a flat Courbette hunt bridle which is also very nice, and a bit finer (but still fairly heavy and strong), which you might like if you're used to thinner...
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    Robin Quivers (of the Howard Stern show) has...

    Robin Quivers (of the Howard Stern show) has horses. I used to ride at a barn she boarded her horse, Blaze, at. We weren't often at the barn at the same times, but she seemed really nice, and her...
  17. He jumped fine where you bought him, jumped fine...

    He jumped fine where you bought him, jumped fine at the vet's, but rushes and generally isn't fine at home? Try taking him to a different farm and see how he is there... could be that there's...
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    Very sweet :yes: I have to say, I've been...

    Very sweet :yes:

    I have to say, I've been riding for as long as I can remember (over 20 years... yikes!) and I wish I could get in touch with some of my early or more influential intructors, just...
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    Nice ;) I grew up with a nutty lesson mare who...

    Nice ;)

    I grew up with a nutty lesson mare who was rumored to have jumped picnic tables and taxi cabs in her previous life (which I totally believe, she could and would do that sort of thing!)...
  20. Practice, practice, practice. Once you get the...

    Practice, practice, practice. Once you get the hang of it you will love it. The turning radius is incredible... you don't need much space to turn around, which comes in handy more often than you'd...
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    If you're not 100% confident of your horse...

    If you're not 100% confident of your horse picking skills, take someone with you... friend, parent (even if you're an adult! I've done it), COTHer... I've went to look at horses for myself, alone,...
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    I wouldn't bother... his legs will be a bit...

    I wouldn't bother... his legs will be a bit dusty/dirty after a few minutes, anything you use will likely attract more dirt, and a little cut isn't going to be noticable anyway. I would just rub a...
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    Having shown H/J (schooling shows through smaller...

    Having shown H/J (schooling shows through smaller A's), eventing (lower level) and a limited number of dressage shows (also lower level), I'd say eventing warmups have been the MOST "orderly and...
  24. No real training advice that hasn't already been...

    No real training advice that hasn't already been mentioned, but it is possible to add a ramp to a step-up slant. Not sure what it would cost, but my old BO had a Sundowner (bought it used) with an...
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    :yes: :yes: :yes: Doesn't work that well if...

    :yes: :yes: :yes:

    Doesn't work that well if you need a trunk NOW, but always be on the lookout for wonderful old finds... I bought an old wooden grooming box for $2 at a garage sale last...
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