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    Seriously? An instructor would think it...

    Seriously? An instructor would think it necessary to ask this question? Guess 'horsemanship' isn't one of your priorities?

    Mom has another job now, and for the time being, it isn't compatible...
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    Several, including a few Grand Prix horses. ...

    Several, including a few Grand Prix horses.

    Currently, one of the Phillipartes horses has no sight in one eye.
  3. Will be interesting to see the long term data on...

    Will be interesting to see the long term data on power floats once it becomes available (i.e. if they are beneficial, if outcomes are better than manual, if there are side effects from being...
  4. Yes, letting them just get it out can take a LONG...

    Yes, letting them just get it out can take a LONG LONG time...and takes endurance. What you get at the end (it does happen, eventually; hint: smaller circles work best--a horse can only canter SO...
  5. WHY ARE YOU SHOUTING ALL OVER THE FORUMS? :eek:

    WHY ARE YOU SHOUTING ALL OVER THE FORUMS?

    :eek:
  6. My advice would be to nicely let her canter till...

    My advice would be to nicely let her canter till she's ready to trot...and assess her personality to devise a program that's right for her.

    Some hot horses who get keyed up about schooling jumps...
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    What kind of advice do you want? "Toughen up,...

    What kind of advice do you want?

    "Toughen up, just do it!" <----is for young idiots.

    People with experience know their limitations, and when it's time to do something different, until they get...
  8. It's a tough business. Watch your back, always.

    It's a tough business. Watch your back, always.
  9. There is only one way to get a horse used to a...

    There is only one way to get a horse used to a new ring, and that's to get in there.

    These are very highly calibrated horses, and if they went for broke every time they went in the ring, their...
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    USHJA has a new executive director?

    Kevin Price? What happened to the old one? Janet...?
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    DIY blood tests? :eek:

    DIY blood tests? :eek:
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    I think what we have here is a disagreement about...

    I think what we have here is a disagreement about what constitutes 'fear' and a 'fearful' reaction.

    I would not characterize the reaction described by rwfz as a 'fear' response (a fear response...
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    It would appear he doesn't like it. They do have...

    It would appear he doesn't like it. They do have preferences. Some kids simply don't like their vegetables.

    But the tossing/lying down/pawing, seem like colic symptoms. Do you feed the hay...
  14. Debbie was a little bit (a lot) on the self...

    Debbie was a little bit (a lot) on the self serving side...got right in there with chatter about HER sponsors (made me wonder if they were or were not WEF sponsors) and way too much 'we know it all...
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    There is a great dentist ...

    There is a great dentist who practices in your area who is also a vet, and good at figuring things out. If he is the one you use, he'll want to hear about this problem. If is isn't the one you are...
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    Are you planning on drawing the blood yourself? ...

    Are you planning on drawing the blood yourself? Or using the same blood that was already tested? Was it even retained?
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    Hey, COTH. Call the Times and set the record...

    Hey, COTH. Call the Times and set the record straight. It's the classy thing to do.
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    Really, there is not enough information to hazard...

    Really, there is not enough information to hazard a guess. Without a video, or at the very least, a photo, there is no way of knowing whether the horse is put together beautifully, or from random...
  19. It's an American thing. Not sure why the OP...

    It's an American thing.

    Not sure why the OP went ahead and did it, though.


    OP, thanks for making your nice horse available to young riders. Remember, they are YOUNG, and will make mistakes. ...
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    Trying to 'fix' a conformation flaw (if it turns...

    Trying to 'fix' a conformation flaw (if it turns out to be one) by 'training' it out of the horse, will inevitably lead to a problem elsewhere down the line.

    Example: it's very easy to cause an...
  21. Or...you could stop doing the exercise he isn't...

    Or...you could stop doing the exercise he isn't properly educated and mature enough to perform.

    You could provide him with an alternative exercise designed to encourage him to balance up and...
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    Viney is simply working with statistics drawn...

    Viney is simply working with statistics drawn from records. You can't fault her for what they show.
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    What an ignorant statement. Truly. And I've seen...

    What an ignorant statement. Truly. And I've seen some doozies on these forums.
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    What he does have is a famously upside down neck....

    What he does have is a famously upside down neck. And a jumping style that compensated for it.
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    Nothing a mare does surprises me anymore. Just...

    Nothing a mare does surprises me anymore. Just go with it.
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