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    I use this one with my converted rigging. ...

    I use this one with my converted rigging.

    https://stagecoachwest.com/wool-backed-enduro-girth-p-3688.html
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    I've always had animals, so when I was diagnosed...

    I've always had animals, so when I was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer in 2013 my first thoughts were…how will we afford the farm? and Who will take care of my animals when I die? Luckily my 23 year...
  3. Thanks for the update, Toadie. Glad you have a...

    Thanks for the update, Toadie. Glad you have a treatment plan. I'll be thinking about you tomorrow. While you are getting zapped, I'll be stuck to an IV getting pumped full of immunotherapy drugs....
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    I've been in the hospital multiple times: surgery...

    I've been in the hospital multiple times: surgery (lung biopsy), dehydration, anemia & nutropedia from chemo. I didn't want visitors. I was sick and miserable and just wanted to sleep or read my book...
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    Yes, more than english, less than western,...

    Yes, more than english, less than western, secure, comfortable and light weight. Kinda the best of both worlds. These are made in the US and you can pick the tree that fits your horse best by use of...
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    I did that same thing to my endurance saddle and...

    I did that same thing to my endurance saddle and really like it. Easy to do and no bulk under the leg. It does keep my saddle balanced and plenty secure. I wouldn't recommend it for roping or...
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    What about a saddle like this: a hybrid...

    What about a saddle like this: a hybrid endurance.

    English type fenders with leathers, slim pommel, deep seat....
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    Rugby girl, I am like you. Can't stand those...

    Rugby girl, I am like you. Can't stand those slick hard seats or fake seat covers that slide around. What has helped me have the ability to sink down in and feel secure is the Heather Moffet Seatbone...
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    Modern sidesaddles with the leaping horn are...

    Modern sidesaddles with the leaping horn are quite secure. But to get both seat bones down and right shoulder back to achieve balance takes a lot of flexibility in the spine. My body did it long...
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    I am completely in love with my Heather Moffet...

    I am completely in love with my Heather Moffet Seatbone Saver. I got mine from Just Equis. It is expensive, but worth every penny. I love it so much that I bought one to take on my Iceland riding...
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    I'm not stirring anything, simply making an...

    I'm not stirring anything, simply making an observation and supporting a fellow person with disabilities that make riding hard(er). Humm…G? I mentioned no name, you are either very perceptive or...
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    Don't take it personal, and yes this has been a...

    Don't take it personal, and yes this has been a good/helpful thread. There is just one who has a history of being a Know it All @ss, gladly he ended his post well.
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    The shape of the saddle certainly does assist or...

    The shape of the saddle certainly does assist or hinder the rider in keeping a secure seat, especially if you have a medical condition that affects your strength or balance. In a perfect world….. ...
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    I frequently ride in my Thorowgood T6 Dressage....

    I frequently ride in my Thorowgood T6 Dressage. I've had several other dressage saddles, some didn't fit my horse, some didn't fit me, many were out of my price range to even try. The Wintec Isabel...
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    Here is an a/p…. ...

    Here is an a/p….

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/THOROWGOOD-COB-ALL-PURPOSE-A-P-BLACK-BROADBACK-COMPACT-SADDLE-17-5-XW-/221732024026?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item33a0422eda
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    http://www.ebags.com

    http://www.ebags.com
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    I have the Thorowgood T6 dressage. I LOVE it. It...

    I have the Thorowgood T6 dressage. I LOVE it. It is secure, balanced and comfy without feeling trappy. Fits my horse great and is wearing like iron. I've had three different Wintec's in the past and...
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    I got a kayak last year and LOVE it. I've been...

    I got a kayak last year and LOVE it. I've been paddling the local rivers. I just adopted a very sweet border collie a few weeks ago who wants to go everywhere with me. I was just wondering if she...
  19. My dogs are kept fenced, the neighbors can't be...

    My dogs are kept fenced, the neighbors can't be bothered with keeping their dogs home. You know the type, we live in the country so roaming dogs are fine. They go through a lot of dogs. The last one...
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    This is the Tea Tree product I use and really...

    This is the Tea Tree product I use and really like it. It is not a moisturizer, just a cootie killer. I use it 2-3 times per week if having issues, once a week as a preventive. For a really bad case...
  21. Toadie's mum, This is the program and the dog...

    Toadie's mum,

    This is the program and the dog I am getting, she graduates in two weeks then I can bring her home. A part of me knows I'm crazy getting another pet with such a bad diagnosis, but...
  22. My clinical trial is also inconvenient and time...

    My clinical trial is also inconvenient and time consuming, especially since I cannot drive 2.5 hours straight due to my vertigo, so I have to have a driver. I have been making this trip once per week...
  23. My clinical trial is also inconvenient and time...

    My clinical trial is also inconvenient and time consuming, especially since I cannot drive 2.5 hours straight due to my vertigo, so I have to have a driver. I have been making this trip once per week...
  24. A friend of mine, stage 4 breast cancer just...

    A friend of mine, stage 4 breast cancer just finished a clinical trial where the cancer spread to her lungs. Her doctor had to petition to the drug company to see if she had the drug or the placebo,...
  25. I started a clinical trail a month ago at...

    I started a clinical trail a month ago at Providence in Portland OR. It is quite a drive for me, but worth it as the trial I am in has no placebo, it is a dosage trial of two immunotherapy drugs. I...
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