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  1. Well, one obvious part of the potty skill issue...

    Well, one obvious part of the potty skill issue is the helpfulness of crating at certain times. BUT I'm guessing that may not work for her? That would be my big concern as you need to be able to...
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    Some years ago I traveled to try a lovely young...

    Some years ago I traveled to try a lovely young dressage mare. She was 6, just starting second level. I get there and find out that the mare has a club foot. Mare was sound, rode nicely, easy on...
  3. Thread: The Salute

    by 2tempe
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    I have been doing it like you were taught for a...

    I have been doing it like you were taught for a bunch of years. I can't remember seeing anyone else doing anything substantially different, maybe arm out a little but not straight out.

    Stick to...
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    http://www.drf.com/news/late-racing-writer-paul-mo...

    http://www.drf.com/news/late-racing-writer-paul-moran-be-honored-sunday

    Edited to add second link. THE article. ...
  5. Thread: Rearing :(

    by 2tempe
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    First, looks like a lovely mare. Second, if...

    First, looks like a lovely mare.

    Second, if you want to see other responses to the general question, scroll to bottom and check out "similar threads" - there were several over the last year or...
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    OP - have you ever thought about writing a...

    OP - have you ever thought about writing a childrens book with your Evil Burrito as the main character? I think you should!
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    BAC - I'm with you regarding T and MR's success. ...

    BAC - I'm with you regarding T and MR's success. He has truly been through trial by fire IMO, and grown as a result. I loved the comment he made today:
    I have not even dared to dream about such a...
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    OP - no promises, but I've forwarded the link to...

    OP - no promises, but I've forwarded the link to a friend in Northern VA who does a lot of dog rescue type work, primarily w/ Dobies but also others. She may know some one.
    He's a beautiful...
  9. Not a barn owner here, but I think that the first...

    Not a barn owner here, but I think that the first two things you need to determine is what amount of time YOU will have after baby arrives and how the work would get done if you stay at full care -...
  10. Good suggestion ^^ I found that those leg boots...

    Good suggestion ^^ I found that those leg boots with ice packs drape nicely over the back (or withers) and stayed in place while mare ate hay and I otherwise tinkered around.
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    Not exactly the same, but I know a number of...

    Not exactly the same, but I know a number of people w/ collie type breeds who give a small quantity of Guiness to their dogs as a heartworm preventative (those types that can react negatively to...
  12. Similar event with my mare,only withers. She had...

    Similar event with my mare,only withers. She had irregularities on two of spinal processes and a poker of fluid HOT AND PAINFUL AND SWOLLEN for weeks. If yours was the worst case,I think it would...
  13. I've sold two online and both times I included a...

    I've sold two online and both times I included a description of the type of horse the saddle was made for. IE one was used on a high withered TB and thus had special panels. The other was used on a...
  14. Ha! those "similar threads" can be interesting...

    Ha! those "similar threads" can be interesting and sometimes helpful - the more input the better IMO.

    We had a winter boarder at our barn that dragged his toes a lot. Farrier change didn't...
  15. Wiping my eyes. Now off to hug my 13 1/2 yr old...

    Wiping my eyes. Now off to hug my 13 1/2 yr old chow mix.
  16. Interesting to read about the cross breeding...

    Interesting to read about the cross breeding thoughts/opinions, even as a non-breeder. A few days ago I saw this video (horse is for sale or lease) on Facebook and thought that the mare appears to...
  17. If you scroll down to the bottom below current...

    If you scroll down to the bottom below current posts, there are some old, similar threads listed. Check those out...
    My first thought would be to talk to the farrier; has he/she changed anything? ...
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    OP: when I was in my 20's, working and in grad...

    OP: when I was in my 20's, working and in grad school, I had a horse that I trail rode. Every weekend. Every holiday.
    When I was in my 30's I got interested in carriage driving and ended up...
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    OP - I switched from bad equitation hunters...

    OP - I switched from bad equitation hunters (because I started as an adult, and trainer opted for "staying on" as opposed to "equitating", lol, to Dressage at a somewhat advanced age. It is hard. I...
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    YES, this^^^^ Then you aren't stuck for long if...

    YES, this^^^^ Then you aren't stuck for long if the mare has another tangle of some sort.
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    The hunter/jumper world, and some situations in...

    The hunter/jumper world, and some situations in the dressage world typically require a fee in addition to normal operating expenses. IE you would pay XX dollars/month or 1/2 year or some other time...
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    I saw this yesterday; got to wondering if...

    I saw this yesterday; got to wondering if anything was NQR with her, though the article doesn't imply that. It somehow seems sudden.

    In any case, wish her well, she's had a great career.
  23. OP - Some great suggestions here; try them all. ...

    OP - Some great suggestions here; try them all. I've been riding 1/2 lease an upper level horse who has some similar issues - would jig when picking up reins in the walk. Would jig when going from...
  24. I'm not familiar w/ pneumonia rehab, but have...

    I'm not familiar w/ pneumonia rehab, but have done colic surgery rehab. You are most probably on the right track. I'd start adding a bit more trot every day, so if the 5 minutes was broken into say...
  25. Thread: Formal Attire

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    According to USEF rules, elimination would be at...

    According to USEF rules, elimination would be at the discretion of the judge for no jacket. At a recognized show, you'd probably be out of luck unless there was a really really good reason. At a...
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