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    I thought the article said that there was an...

    I thought the article said that there was an aneurysm that ruptured and filled the pericardium with blood, causing the arrhythmia, but maybe I dreamt that. And I don't understand the physiology all...
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    Gail, I had no notion, but having been introduced...

    Gail, I had no notion, but having been introduced to the idea, it seems fitting.

    You go, girl!
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    HA! And think of the sponsorship possibilities:...

    HA! And think of the sponsorship possibilities: The Guiness Tri-Eq X Riding Competition!
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    Thanks, Texarkana. And Vineyridge, your...

    Thanks, Texarkana.

    And Vineyridge, your encyclopedic knowledge, which you share so generously, amazes.me.
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    Thanks, Gumtree! What a great commentary. ...

    Thanks, Gumtree! What a great commentary.

    She's 16.1, well-conformed, very elegant (the description of Slew O Gold at the JC Gold Cup fits her well, and not just in my opinion) and solid bay.
    ...
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    I thank you all for furthering my education....

    I thank you all for furthering my education. Great thread!

    And now a question, of course. What about the influence of "star" mares (I think also referred to as Reines de Course)? I have an OTTB...
  7. The good news is that they still haven't posted a...

    The good news is that they still haven't posted a photo. Whew!
  8. IFG, it's been YEARS almost eons since I got my...

    IFG, it's been YEARS almost eons since I got my horse, and it was a sales list not an auction, but I got him for $500.

    And shopping is always a good thing!
  9. Thanks for posting this. The first horse I ever...

    Thanks for posting this. The first horse I ever bought came from UConn. He was a 4yo 16.3 TB stallion who had suffered a basilar fracture to his left sesamoid at Pimlico and been donated for...
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    Plenty of stories about that place! Does anyone...

    Plenty of stories about that place! Does anyone remember the older gent who lived in the apartment behind the score board? His name was Tommy Coughlin, and he was The Official Scorekeeper. He was...
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    FWIW, if I'm in the market for a new project, I'm...

    FWIW, if I'm in the market for a new project, I'm calling you, Gumtree, and Judybigredpony. You two have been more consistent, practical and insightful than many others. (Disclaimer: I'm verging on...
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    Gumtree, having read many of your posts I know...

    Gumtree, having read many of your posts I know you to be thoughtful, polite, experienced and all for the horse. This might have worked better if they called you so you would know for sure what their...
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    Do they still have polo/ a riding program out of...

    Do they still have polo/ a riding program out of the Yale armory? (Near the Cox Cage) When I was there there were stalls for a riding program that allowed a few boarders. But that was eons ago...
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    My thoughts exactly.

    My thoughts exactly.
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    To the entire Pegasus family: Strong work and...

    To the entire Pegasus family: Strong work and well done!
  16. And XC only in our neck of the woods is a hunter...

    And XC only in our neck of the woods is a hunter pace, I guess.
  17. I very much enjoyed the article, Tom. Great...

    I very much enjoyed the article, Tom. Great research and points that you made.
  18. Intriguing thought JER. What about XC, then...

    Intriguing thought JER. What about XC, then dressage then stadium? That would pull a noticeably lame horse out before stadium and there would be crowd appeal and a chance for a victory gallop.
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    Just rereading this thread. I switched one of...

    Just rereading this thread. I switched one of mine to the Micklem because he was head tossing with a figure 8 on. It just wasn't his thing, I guess.

    But another idea since pain is certainly a...
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    And every time I read this thread the theme song...

    And every time I read this thread the theme song starts playing in my head and creates an earworm for the day!
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    And while she's too modest to say it herself,...

    And while she's too modest to say it herself, Judybigredpony is a fantastic source for an OTTB well suited for sport. :D
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    For grins and giggles, can you borrow a Micklem...

    For grins and giggles, can you borrow a Micklem bridle to try? I have two horses that it has made a huge difference in, but I'd never suggest buying without trying.
  23. This is a great question, one for the ages as it...

    This is a great question, one for the ages as it were. You probably know all of the the stuff I'm about to recommend, but I'm writing it for myself as well. It never hurts to be reminded!

    I'm a...
  24. Our barn just had the privilege of hosting a wet...

    Our barn just had the privilege of hosting a wet lab for the national meeting of equine acupuncturists. FWIW there was a long discussion about saddle fitting and the clinician stated quite firmly...
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    As always, good question, Viney.

    As always, good question, Viney.
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