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    Stardust Blazing Saddles Monty Python's The...

    Stardust
    Blazing Saddles
    Monty Python's The Search for the Holy Grail
    The Court Jester / White Christmas (LOVE Danny Kaye!)
    The Unsinkable Molly Brown
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    With a recent purchase, you will most likely only...

    With a recent purchase, you will most likely only be able to insure for mortality for the purchase price, as you basically established that as the horse's current fair market value by buying it for...
  3. It's been mentioned several times previously in...

    It's been mentioned several times previously in other threads, but Taylor Swift. And her male equivalent, Justin Bieber.
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    Beetlegeuse! Beetlegeuse! Beetlegeuse!

    Beetlegeuse! Beetlegeuse! Beetlegeuse!
  5. Alter-ed, are you me in disguise? Coffee (love...

    Alter-ed, are you me in disguise? Coffee (love the smell, despise the taste...) and tomatoes. And add mushrooms and olives to that list. *shudder*
  6. If you're on facebook, look for a page for a...

    If you're on facebook, look for a page for a boston terrier named Mona Pants. She posts videos all the time - she cracks me up!
  7. Wow! Definitely had someone watching over them...

    Wow! Definitely had someone watching over them all. So glad to hear that there are most likely no long-term injuries.
  8. Sticky: Email just sent! Last year was my first year and...

    Email just sent! Last year was my first year and I had so much fun shopping for my giftee I had to do it again!
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    Those are almost all of the same food allergies...

    Those are almost all of the same food allergies that my gelding showed as positive to when we did allergy testing when he started headshaking two years ago - timothy, corn, soybeans, and borderline...
  10. I haven't seen most of the last season, although...

    I haven't seen most of the last season, although I did catch the last 15 minutes of the season finale. Now that my dad is retired, he's started watching the show, even going back and watching them...
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    I had a pair of Ariat Pro-Babies lace-ups that I...

    I had a pair of Ariat Pro-Babies lace-ups that I wore for probably 10 years. They were finally to point of needing to be replaced because I had worn the soles so badly when I fell off my young horse...
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    I was pretty ticked off last year when my niece...

    I was pretty ticked off last year when my niece decided not to have her 10 month old daughter vaccinated for chicken pox. So the kid caught it and passed it along to my niece, because she had never...
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    Our last homebred was specifically bred with the...

    Our last homebred was specifically bred with the idea of selling him after weaning. The instant I saw him when he hit the ground he was mine and I sold his older brother instead.

    I had a trainer...
  14. I'm curious how many of you have farriers who...

    I'm curious how many of you have farriers who routinely do your horses alone (you or someone else does not need to be there to get the horse out of the pasture/stall, hold the horse, etc. I always...
  15. I wouldn't have a problem with the being early. ...

    I wouldn't have a problem with the being early. It's the lack of communication that would annoy me. I adore my farrier - if he's going to be early or late, or wants to reschedule because of a...
  16. I'll add that since my accident last year I've...

    I'll add that since my accident last year I've had quite a few more muscle cramps/charley horses in that leg than I ever used to (usually my calf or the top of my foot/pulls my toes back and up) and...
  17. I came off my young horse last spring when he...

    I came off my young horse last spring when he spun out from under me - I basically dismounted and landed feet first and then plopped on my ass. Sat there for a second and only realized that my foot...
  18. Urgh. A friend hauled a horse for me once and...

    Urgh. A friend hauled a horse for me once and out on the interstate she would hit the brakes every time a semi passed us. By the time we got to where we were going I was dreading the ride home...
  19. *** Spoiler - about Missy *** When people were...

    *** Spoiler - about Missy ***

    When people were throwing out theories of Missy I saw someone somewhere mention that she could be a return of the Rani. Since I haven't seen any old Who episodes I...
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    I bought these last year and wore them all winter...

    I bought these last year and wore them all winter to work (in an office). I usually wear them folded over but you can also lace them all the way up. I loved them - SO comfortable!! They also come...
  21. Hadn't even thought about hoof boots. Have never...

    Hadn't even thought about hoof boots. Have never used them in the past but maybe I'll look into them. Thanks for the suggestion!
  22. I feel your pain! I've been having this problem...

    I feel your pain! I've been having this problem also - haven't ridden my younger horse in a month because my riding area is all grass and his feet are sliding all over the place. When I try to...
  23. My gelding was diagnosed with a RH suspensory...

    My gelding was diagnosed with a RH suspensory strain just before Thanksgiving. Did shockwave twice and took him home with instructions to lay him up for 4-6 weeks - no riding but could do turnout. I...
  24. Well, unfortunately not at all what I was...

    Well, unfortunately not at all what I was expecting. She was diagnosed with Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia and is a very, very sick little dog. The good news is that x-rays didn't show any major...
  25. Corgi going to vet for general "ickyness"

    Our eight-ish year old (over the years, I've kind of forgotten how old she is) corgi hasn't felt well all weekend. Not wanting to eat, just lying around, yellowish wet poop. She's got an...
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