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    Yes, Tom rides Viva's Salieri, a chestnut...

    Yes, Tom rides Viva's Salieri, a chestnut stallion by Viva Voltaire, competing at Grand Prix dressage and doing well, competitive. This is the horse he rode at the Pan-Am Games in Mexico for Canada...
  2. I wear Komets, they are stiffer than the Favorit,...

    I wear Komets, they are stiffer than the Favorit, but not as stiff as the Grandgester. I have Komets that are 4 years old, through 3-5 horses a day. The leather is what I would call "workmanlike"...
  3. That's sort of the right idea, but in a "show...

    That's sort of the right idea, but in a "show size" would be good! You can't have the thing hanging over the whole face like that when you are showing.
  4. What I would really like (and would buy any...

    What I would really like (and would buy any number of) is a fly veil made of organza or some similar fabric that almost disappears against the horse's head. I really don't like the traditional...
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    Subaru Forester

    Subaru Forester
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    It sounds as though you have a stable and a...

    It sounds as though you have a stable and a training business? If this is so, why don't you offer to take the niece and her horse in for a few months of training. You talked about how cool it would...
  7. Do these cameras connect to the trailer wiring or...

    Do these cameras connect to the trailer wiring or do they run on batteries?
  8. Camera/Monitoring systems for trailers

    I would like to install a set of cameras (one forward, one rearward) in my trailer, connected to a monitoring device in the truck cab.

    I would be interested in hearing from people who have camera...
  9. Thread: Bugatti

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    Thanks very much, I appreciate your feedback! ...

    Thanks very much, I appreciate your feedback! Not looking to breed, looking at a young Bugatti offspring :-)
  10. Thread: Bugatti

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    Bugatti

    Tell me about your Hilltop Bugatti foals?
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    Be sure to take time to visit Roslyn Chapel, just...

    Be sure to take time to visit Roslyn Chapel, just outside of Edinburgh. It is amazing.
  12. Thread: Ottawa?

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    You can have all the "benefits" of living in...

    You can have all the "benefits" of living in Ottawa, without actually living in Ottawa if you shop around. We live near Brockville, a small, beautiful city right on the St. Lawrence River, about a...
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    I use mirrored closet doors available at Home...

    I use mirrored closet doors available at Home Depot. Like these:

    http://www.homedepot.ca/product/72-x-80-steel-white-frameless-bottom-roll-sliding-mirror-door-with-polished/976716

    It won't...
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    The saddles that are used by the Cadre Noir are...

    The saddles that are used by the Cadre Noir are all made by saddlers employed by the Ecole de cavalerie right there at the headquarters of the Cadre Noir. It looks as though you do have the email...
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    Huge second this! Excellent, funny, serious and...

    Huge second this! Excellent, funny, serious and compelling.

    Also, the best one I read all year is definitely REAMDE by Neil Stephenson. It's got trolls and hackers and terrorists and gaming and...
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    They do make them still, you can order them...

    They do make them still, you can order them through Circle K Products in California. The number is 951-695-1955. The saddles are made in England and marketed by a Danish company. The California...
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    I use the loop through the D rings, as described...

    I use the loop through the D rings, as described above, but ask the riders to put their pinky fingers around the loop, then hold the reins normally with the rest of the hand. I ask the rider to pull...
  18. Corn oil and electrolytes. 1 cup corn oil twice...

    Corn oil and electrolytes. 1 cup corn oil twice a day. Has made a HUGE difference with all my horses. Also helps to prevent lactic-acidosis.
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    Adequate bathroom facilities with running water,...

    Adequate bathroom facilities with running water, soap and lots of paper toweling. And a jar of potpourri in the porta-potty :-).
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    If I were to breed my Hanoverian FEI mare...

    If I were to breed my Hanoverian FEI mare (Santorini/Akzent II/Lanthan), I would breed to Viva Voltaire.
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    There are lots of companies in the States that do...

    There are lots of companies in the States that do manage to ship things to Canada. The customs/duty thing is not that big a deal. If you use USPS then the post office in Canada collects any duty &...
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    I just wish they would ship to Canada :-(. When...

    I just wish they would ship to Canada :-(. When I suggested to them that perhaps they could ship to Canada, they were pretty dismissive, and told me I could ship stuff to a friend in the States and...
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    Thanks, Spike :-). Already kicked some butt last...

    Thanks, Spike :-). Already kicked some butt last weekend at the CDI3* Blainville, with my Hanoverian-RCMP bred (Santorini/Akzent II/Lanthan) mare, 2nd in PSG, 1st in Intermediaire I :-). So proud...
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    At my parent's farm, back in the early eighties,...

    At my parent's farm, back in the early eighties, we bred some that made it to Grand Prix dressage, a couple that went on to event at the 3* level and at least one that made it into the GP ring as a...
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    With respect to the colour question, here is what...

    With respect to the colour question, here is what I have understood: the greys and chestnuts typically had a higher percentage of Arab bloodlines (and there was quite a bit of Arab bloodlines) and...
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