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  1. I'm going to put in a third vote to look at...

    I'm going to put in a third vote to look at Icarus. He is smaller, and his babies tend to be very refined. He is a good choice for a heavier mare if you want to lighten her. He also has quite a bit...
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    Such a sad day. She left quite a mark on the UF...

    Such a sad day. She left quite a mark on the UF vet school, and the veterinary community as a whole. She is at peace after a long battle, and I would like to think that she has been reunited with her...
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    Today's update on Boyd and Silva's blog has some...

    Today's update on Boyd and Silva's blog has some great video:

    Pancho Villa
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    Pancho Villa was bred by Sr, in Florida, but Car...

    Pancho Villa was bred by Sr, in Florida, but Car was eventually dropped from his name for whatever reason.

    Some old pictures of him as a yearling were turned up a couple of days ago and posted on...
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    Icarus and Parfait were bred by Fernando...

    Icarus and Parfait were bred by Fernando Cardenas, Sr at 3H Equestrian, then in North Carolina, now in Ocala. Beduette was a fantastic little mare who remained at 3H into her late 20's. The above...
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    Best. Show. Ever. I watched it faithfully...

    Best. Show. Ever.

    I watched it faithfully every week when it originally aired, for all 7 seasons. I'm watching it again now that Netflix has it. I love Sam Seaborn. I have a crush on Josh Lyman....
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    Thanks for the tip!

    Thanks for the tip!
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    Thanks for the tip, LAZ!

    Thanks for the tip, LAZ!
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    The problem with the primitive campgrounds is...

    The problem with the primitive campgrounds is that they are first come, first served, and you can't reserve them. I would hate to arrive after a 12 hour drive only to find that we don't have a place...
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    Camping at Rolex

    I'm heading up to Rolex this year with a couple of my classmates to volunteer in the vet box, and we were hoping to camp at the horse park. Of course there are no sites available as of right now....
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    I have a Verhan dressage saddle, and I love it!...

    I have a Verhan dressage saddle, and I love it! It's hands down the best saddle I've ever owned, and the customer service is second to none. If the saddle fits you and your horse well, I say go for...
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    I second this! You might think about contacting...

    I second this! You might think about contacting Jr before you make your trip. He spends quite a bit of time in Ocala, and often has a pretty good idea of whats available down here.

    I should also...
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    Stacy Parvey-Larsson usually has some really nice...

    Stacy Parvey-Larsson usually has some really nice horses:

    http://www.hiddenacresdressage.com/horsesforsale_n.html

    You could also try Fernando Cardenas:

    http://www.3hequestriancenter.com/
    ...
  14. You're welcome! And thank you, lol, I can almost...

    You're welcome! And thank you, lol, I can almost see the light at the end of the tunnel ;-)
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    I had a Norwich named Jake as a little girl. He...

    I had a Norwich named Jake as a little girl. He was one of the best dogs I've ever had, and I would own another one in a heartbeat if I had the money. He was incredibly smart, and so very loyal....
  16. The MDR1 gene predisposes dogs to ivermectin...

    The MDR1 gene predisposes dogs to ivermectin toxicity. The active drug in Comfortis is spinosad, which is not the same class of drug as ivermectin. That being said, Comfortis is not compatible with...
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    I have a similarly built TB, and I ride him in a...

    I have a similarly built TB, and I ride him in a Verhan. Great fit for both of us, and the saddle maker is conveniently local to me, for adjustments. They aren't especially common, but you can find...
  18. Fernando does. Whether or not he is willing to...

    Fernando does. Whether or not he is willing to put someone on one of those horses depends on the rider.
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    1. Lived in a tent near Fort Peck, Montana for...

    1. Lived in a tent near Fort Peck, Montana for three months while digging up the oldest known T-rex. We named him Bob. :cool:

    2. Hiked the Grand Canyon. Down and Up. In a single Day. Twice.

    3....
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    Nook. Here's the biggest reason for me:...

    Nook.

    Here's the biggest reason for me: Kindles (as of right now) are locked into Amazon's proprietary format, so you can only read books bought from Amazon. Nook, on the other hand, is...
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    This is my horse, exactly. He'll give me...

    This is my horse, exactly. He'll give me everything he's got, as long as he knows I'm doing the same. If I don't hold up my end of the deal, he shuts down. He doesn't tolerate rough hands or a rough...
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    Here ya go:...

    Here ya go:
    http://www.pedigreequery.com/capitol+hill7

    ETA: I'd love to know what you think, Viney. Your "research" is really interesting, and I'm always trying to soak up pedigree knowledge.
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    I have an awesome unraced TB. If I had continued his (and my) training instead of going to vet school, I have no doubt he would make it to the FEI levels. Unfortunately, I don't have the cash for...
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    Um, I'm pretty sure that's her deep pectoral...

    Um, I'm pretty sure that's her deep pectoral muscle, which functions to adduct the limb. Can't imagine how it got that big except freakish breeding or steroids. :confused:

    ETA: Sorry for the...
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    ETA: Can anyone explain to me the strange extra...

    ETA: Can anyone explain to me the strange extra muscle directly behind that chestnut's elbow on it's barrel?[/QUOTE]

    Um, I'm pretty sure that's her deep pectoral muscle, which functions to adduct...
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