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  1. Both of those mares are Snydere's. She talks...

    Both of those mares are Snydere's. She talks about the other mare in some of her threads. The girlfriend/boyfriend part doesn't make sense since she talks about her husband making breeding...
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    I have the Equi Wing (which are like Royal Rider...

    I have the Equi Wing (which are like Royal Rider knock offs) and although I like the wide foot bed, I really dislike how lightweight they are. My leg feels loose and I feel less secure with them.
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    Kind of a weird thing that helped me - I switched...

    Kind of a weird thing that helped me - I switched saddles. I always felt perfectly comfortable in my old saddle, but it must have been throwing my balance off ever so slightly without me realizing...
  4. I'm not one to jump on the ulcer bandwagon with...

    I'm not one to jump on the ulcer bandwagon with every horse, but the reality is that all working horses are at risk.

    You are not feeding anything that I would consider "hot" (sweet feed, large...
  5. I don't think feed is your problem. But to...

    I don't think feed is your problem.

    But to answer your question, I feed Seminole Equalizer, Seminole Show Formula, and alfalfa pellets - in varying combinations depending on the horse.

    I feed...
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    I bet you could get him to hop right into an open...

    I bet you could get him to hop right into an open stock trailer with no ramp. They are cheap to purchase (usually can find used for less then $5K). You could look into renting or borrowing one...
  7. We have awesome ones that we built. I can get...

    We have awesome ones that we built. I can get some pics tomorrow. They were not expensive and have held up incredibly well. They are easily movable if need be, but we usually leave them in one...
  8. Question about the girth on a monoflap saddle

    I've noticed in pictures of people riding in monoflaps that the top of the girth (where it ends on each side) is just above the horse's elbows, and there is a pretty decent "gap" where just the...
  9. I don't need another mare, I don't need another mare. Um, I just bought another mare

    Some good deals out there right now, I just couldn't pass this one up. Maiden (riding sound) TB, homozygous black ...

    pedigree: ...
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    I bred my maiden TB mare (live cover to another...

    I bred my maiden TB mare (live cover to another TB) 2 weeks ago, scan yesterday showed no pregnancy. Timing was perfect on the mare's end, I can only blame the cover. Everything else was text book....
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    Jockey Club questions, breeding related

    Hi all,

    I have been fishing around on the JC website but haven't found the answer to this yet. My question is, can you breed a TB mare (for racing purposes) if you don't have her papers (but you...
  12. Personally I would start the horse on Pentosan or...

    Personally I would start the horse on Pentosan or Polyglycan or Adequan; give the loading dose then maintain on a monthly course. I find this to be a much better course of action then waiting for...
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    The reason for waiting is 2 fold: #1 - the mare...

    The reason for waiting is 2 fold: #1 - the mare should be on laxatives/oil/alfalfa for several weeks in order to soften the stool before surgery; and #2 - waiting also gives the tissues time to...
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    I would be interested to know the name/maker of...

    I would be interested to know the name/maker of the exact vaccine those vets are offering if someone wouldn't mind posting it.
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    Agree with Melissa - my first thought was your...

    Agree with Melissa - my first thought was your saddle may not be fitting you right. I just spent six months "struggling" with a brand new saddle (that I trialed and thought I really liked); all the...
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    Lyme disease and Minocycline

    I'm just curious, for those of you that have had to deal with Lyme disease -

    Did your vet prescribe minocycline? What dose? How long before you noticed improvement?

    As a side note, what...
  17. The LS is by far the best feed I have used in...

    The LS is by far the best feed I have used in recent memory (and I've tried all the top brands). I have OTTB's also, they were all skinny/crash weight off the track and are now blooming (some are...
  18. I'm going through this as well. I have two...

    I'm going through this as well. I have two horses, one is supposed to be my sale horse, the other my personal horse. Well, their roles have switched due to the sale horse being an easier ride and a...
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    I received two marriage offers from people...

    I received two marriage offers from people looking to get their green card. I was living in New York City at the time.

    I turned both down. Almost took up one offer, as it was a very good...
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    I really didn't like the Chiberta. I test rode a...

    I really didn't like the Chiberta. I test rode a Stubben Zaria Optimum and HAD to have it. Great fit for both my horses and me. I felt so balanced over fences. IMHO, I liked the leather and...
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    I disagree. I had one very cold backed horse...

    I disagree. I had one very cold backed horse that did well on magnesium. It is a legit supplement for horses that need it and worth trying if you have a tense/touchy horse.
  22. I had just ordered a Dare Collar for a project...

    I had just ordered a Dare Collar for a project horse that started cribbing. Yes, he's been treated for ulcers (and was here 2 months with no cribbing before he suddenly started the habit). It sucks...
  23. Simkie, I'm confused - does it deliver a shock? ...

    Simkie, I'm confused - does it deliver a shock? Does the horse seem to react to the shock?
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    Same here. Young, sensitive TB mare. It is part...

    Same here. Young, sensitive TB mare. It is part of the territory. Mine was totally mentally fried at the track and is prone to meltdowns. She's actually a fairly quiet horse by nature. I believe...
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    Not a cheap saddle, but the 30 cm Stubben...

    Not a cheap saddle, but the 30 cm Stubben monoflap (Zaria) fit my TB with big withers perfectly. The saddle is also wool flocked and very adjustable; not to mention they will stuff/gusset it to fit...
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