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    May seem harsh but I think the judge made the...

    May seem harsh but I think the judge made the right call. I don't think a train at a venue that is next to tracks is a sufficiently unusual occurrence to stop and restart a test. All part of...
  2. That's it! That is exactly where I saw it, I have...

    That's it! That is exactly where I saw it, I have the same manual.
  3. I remember seeing diagrams of this in a very old...

    I remember seeing diagrams of this in a very old Pony Club manual. I am pretty sure the horses were tied, it was essentially like dividers between very generous tie stalls. I think the length of...
  4. Thank you everyone for your comments. There is...

    Thank you everyone for your comments. There is an art to this sales video thing. I tip my hat to those of you that consistently put out good sales videos, I find it time consuming and aggravating!
  5. One that I am curious about is Starlight. He was...

    One that I am curious about is Starlight. He was a Sandro Hit son that stood in FLA and was very favourably looked at by the GOV in the US but then he left the US and was sold at the Oldenburg...
  6. Sales video for the dressage horse; what is the norm?

    I am looking for some advice on putting together a sales video for a dressage horse. This horse has already got show experience up to second level. My first draft started off with a head shot, had...
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    This particular competition was a complete...

    This particular competition was a complete disaster though, with a completion rate of 21%.
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    The sport is not my cup of tea but if I was going...

    The sport is not my cup of tea but if I was going to live the life of an international level competition horse I would honestly choose to be an endurance horse (for a N American rider at least). ...
  9. Cutting grass and weed whacking in summer,...

    Cutting grass and weed whacking in summer, plowing the seemingly endless snow in winter. Especially last winter, I think we plowed the driveway to barn practically every other day. It was madness.
  10. Personally, I think this is a business problem. ...

    Personally, I think this is a business problem. This business is not working if she is doing all that work. One sister has already bailed. I am going to point the finger a little bit sideways and...
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    I think this is a REALLY interesting question. ...

    I think this is a REALLY interesting question. I also think that some of the better coaches do of tailor their instruction to the individual rider's dimensions but it is more based on their...
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    I too have had a lot of success with the "tap tap...

    I too have had a lot of success with the "tap tap tap I am going to stand here all day and annoy you until you get in the trailer" method. But this frequent falling is a red flag for me too. I don't...
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    I have switched from h/j to dressage and now...

    I have switched from h/j to dressage and now maybe sorta back to hunters. Just enough to get my dressage horse jumping a bit. Do yourself a favour and adjust your stirrups gradually. Your knees...
  14. Thread: WTF?

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    People buy treats for chickens????

    People buy treats for chickens????
  15. Thread: Laundry Tax ;)

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    Same rule here but I do everyone's laundry and...

    Same rule here but I do everyone's laundry and husband does not believe in keeping money in wallets. I do pretty well off pocket checking ;) At Easter and Halloween I also impose the PCT. ...
  16. Grass is always greener....

    I live on a farm with DH and 2 kids and commute to the city to work. Like Ambitious Kate, I too really like my own company! Trying to keep all the balls in the air can get exhausting. Riding,...
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    I saw one used on a beautiful grey hunter at a...

    I saw one used on a beautiful grey hunter at a local show a few years ago. They looked like something out of an old hunting print; it was gorgeous. It really stood out as different though and for...
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    Probably not what Kensington would like, but you...

    Probably not what Kensington would like, but you gave me a good idea Texarkana. If I have blanket destroyer issues I will try getting a durable fly sheet to put on top of my preferred turnout!
  19. LOVE IT!! If my teetering on the brink of...

    LOVE IT!! If my teetering on the brink of adolescence boy child returns to the Axe full body assault (as opposed to just spraying it in his hat) I may have to resort to the author's method. Which...
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    Mesh winter turnout? why??

    https://kensingtonproducts.com/shop/supermesh-european-cut-horse-winter-turnout-blanket/ I saw these blankets in a tack shop recently. What is the point of a mesh blanket in winter? More durable?...
  21. Cool shower just before bed, don't towel off and...

    Cool shower just before bed, don't towel off and direct fan(s) at your bed. You will feel like the arctic.
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    winter may I ask where you got your footing? I...

    winter may I ask where you got your footing? I have sand to which I have added calcium chloride which helped a lot but it only seems to last about 6 months and still needs watering more than I would...
  23. Probably Axe. It is vile and should be a...

    Probably Axe. It is vile and should be a prohibited substance. My own 12 yr old, god help me, went thru an Axe phase. He seems to be getting over it except that he still likes to spray it on the...
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    ^^^ THIS. Sounds like you are with the right vet...

    ^^^ THIS. Sounds like you are with the right vet but I would ask about Rifampin , just in case. I had a rhodococcus foal who did develop abcesses, the Rifampin is what breaks through the abscess. ...
  25. The book case is right by an outside wall, I'll...

    The book case is right by an outside wall, I'll bet there is a critter living in that wall. Dog is older, new house, how is his eyesight? Sometimes you don't realize they can't see well until you...
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