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  1. Thank you for the constructive responses. It's...

    Thank you for the constructive responses. It's comforting to hear that what I'm feeling is relatively "normal" and that many of you have experienced the same thing.

    Yes, VaqueroToro, he absolutely...
  2. Can we say, for the sake of argument, that...

    Can we say, for the sake of argument, that subtlety does not work with this horse and that I'm not in "his face"?
  3. Relaxed/Complacent or Tense/Working - Need Advice for Young Horse

    I have a very talented 6 year old who is currently competing First Level and schooling Second. He's always been light off the leg, but not truly in front of it. Recently I've made it a point every...
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    Thank you for the recommendations everyone. I'll...

    Thank you for the recommendations everyone. I'll check them out! :)
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    Recommendation for Body Worker

    Can anyone recommend a good equine body worker/massage therapist in the San Diego area?

    I'm not interested in chiro exclusively, but if someone does both chiro and massage therapy, of course...
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    If I had more time, I might go for one of the...

    If I had more time, I might go for one of the Pikeur coats from either www.calevo.com or www.amirashop.co.uk. Great prices!!! WOW. Unfortunately, I wasted a lot of time waiting for the Romfh coat and...
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    Dressage Coat Suggestions Needed

    It's that time again... Oh yes, I'm headed back to the show ring after 10 years away. While my primary concern should be not embarrassing myself, I must admit that a similarly ranked priority is...
  8. Dress Boots for Short, Slim Calf

    I've been searching furiously for a pair of Dressage dress boots that will fit my leg - 13" wide, 16" tall. Short and slim...why does no one make that? :confused:

    Ideally, they need to have a...
  9. Ideally, underground pipe with pop ups. Glad to...

    Ideally, underground pipe with pop ups. Glad to hear that you're satisfied with yours!

    I've never heard of Pipeco, but I'll definitely check them out online. Thank you for the suggestion. :)
  10. Cost of Irrigation System in Southern California

    Does anyone have an idea of the cost to grade and run irrigation lines on approximately two acres of pasture? I'm located in Southern California, so if you're in any other state, I'll basically just...
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    Definitely welcome to Southern California! ...

    Definitely welcome to Southern California!

    I've never seen Tom Betts work with a young horse, but I've met him briefly. Super nice guy and very knowledgeable.

    Also at Sycamore Trails, though, I...
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    Sonesta, congrats on the MPT results! :) I'm not...

    Sonesta, congrats on the MPT results! :) I'm not surprised to hear it - Fancy looks fantastic! Can't wait to see her foal.

    Downyonder, I'm so very sorry to hear about your hands. How frustrating...
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    No one has updated this in a long time, so I...

    No one has updated this in a long time, so I figured I'd give it a bump since I have a bit of an update.

    I started my young Feiner Stern under saddle about 3 weeks ago after a good bit of ground...
  14. Sorry - was away from the forum for a few days...

    Sorry - was away from the forum for a few days and didn't see this.

    I gave it to my colt IM. I wonder if it only hurts going into the muscle? Be interesting to have a definitive answer.
  15. I tried HCG on my colt in his yearling year. One...

    I tried HCG on my colt in his yearling year. One testicle was descended, but the other was what they consider a "high flanker".

    After a round of HCG injections - 2 x week for 4 weeks, I think? -...
  16. Looking for 1 Video off DressageClinic.com

    I don't subscribe to DressageClinic.com (if I had the time to make good use of it, I likely would), but I'm really interested in seeing one of the videos on the site. Guenter Seidel assisting Bettina...
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    I'm still here guys, and I am reading everyone's...

    I'm still here guys, and I am reading everyone's responses daily!! I just haven't had a chance to sit down and write back.

    Thank you all so much for your input - it's really interesting to see...
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    AnotherRound - Thanks for reminding me! I meant...

    AnotherRound - Thanks for reminding me! I meant to ask about that in one of my earlier posts and completely forgot.

    Does anyone (other than AnotherRound) think that perhaps his vision (or at...
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    Wow. Lots to respond to. redhorse5 - I've...

    Wow. Lots to respond to.

    redhorse5 - I've heard that the method you've suggested has worked for some horses, but I don't think I have a safe place to try it and I'm kinda ruling out all options...
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    EqTrainer - Yup, that was the first thing I went...

    EqTrainer - Yup, that was the first thing I went to when he regressed. He's been ground driven, though not extensively, and he has gotten a bit better in the lines, though not to the point where I...
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    Beasmom - Funny you say that. His current owner...

    Beasmom - Funny you say that. His current owner has said from the beginning that the woman he bought the horse from "thought" she was doing NH stuff with him but actually had no idea what she was...
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    slc2 - You're absolutely right. I still can't...

    slc2 - You're absolutely right. I still can't ride him. But I've made a heck of a lot of progress with him, considering you couldn't even walk up to him when I started, and so far neither he nor I...
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    Beasmom - I haven't done the traditional "sacking...

    Beasmom - I haven't done the traditional "sacking out", but I have used the whip all over him to get him used to it. When he first arrived, even just the sight of it scared him. Now I can touch him...
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    sunhawk - The treats have been numerous. I've...

    sunhawk - The treats have been numerous. I've used them every time I've worked with him and rewarded every good behavior, including leaning down while I'm on his back and letting him reach around to...
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    slc2 - Thanks for your input. I've dealt with...

    slc2 - Thanks for your input. I've dealt with bolters before, too, and by that I mean horses who do it habitually as a resistance or just because, hey, they decide they're going and they're going...
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