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    Your horse trying to eat your brains? Have you...

    Your horse trying to eat your brains? Have you tested for lyme?

    If you already did and it came back negative, try adding more vitamin E.

    (Oh, and always follow the rules.)
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    I'm so sorry this happened to you - poor mare. :(...

    I'm so sorry this happened to you - poor mare. :(

    I'm not sure I have any helpful advice really, just one thought - major traumatic events like an aneurism or a heart attack can present this way...
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    We still have fruitbats!

    We still have fruitbats!
  4. Just getting around to posting this thank you,...

    Just getting around to posting this thank you, but my elf, Cllane1, was AWESOME!! I got a fabulous glass pitcher with a silver horse head cork/cap (which is now gracing a shelf in my living room), a...
  5. It is Reflections from the Life of a Dressage...

    It is Reflections from the Life of a Dressage Teacher - Dietrich Von Hopffgarten. :)
  6. Your elf, outing themselves as requested! ;) ...

    Your elf, outing themselves as requested! ;)

    Glad you liked the gifts - that book is by a now-deceased trainer who was kind of a legend in these parts. Hard to find outside of local distribution,...
  7. Ooh, an ELF!! Any and all things that are...

    Ooh, an ELF!!

    Any and all things that are interesting things are good in my book!
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    I've been and can vouch for it - had a blast,...

    I've been and can vouch for it - had a blast, thought I was going to die a few times (but didn't - they will ride up and down things I previously considered cliffs!). Beautiful place, not fancy but...
  9. Western Washington - 16.2h 10 year old thoroughbred mare seeks her very own person!

    She has had some inconsistent handling in the past and needs a tactful, firm owner with experience working with sensitive/hot horses and has the time to invest.

    This is a very sweet mare, but...
  10. Thread: Equicube

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    Thought I'd bump this thread with a review...

    Thought I'd bump this thread with a review article if anyone is still interested :)

    http://www.horsenation.com/2015/06/09/product-review-the-equicube/
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    Evernote. :)

    Evernote. :)
  12. Thread: Equicube

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    The crop thing is definitely helpful for hands,...

    The crop thing is definitely helpful for hands, but this is a core stability training tool, not a keep-your-hands-here tool. If you taped a smallish dumbell to that crop (and could still manage the...
  13. Thread: Equicube

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    It (deliberately) functions kind of like a...

    It (deliberately) functions kind of like a medicine ball - hence the weight. To hold it and keep it still (and off your horse's withers, which I haven't seen a problem with!) you have to engage your...
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    De-lurking to respond to this - yeah, it totally...

    De-lurking to respond to this - yeah, it totally works. Really well to bring your core (or lack thereof!) to your attention and point out everything that you didn't realize you are doing wrong with...
  15. Lol - thanks all. She's pretty clean in the...

    Lol - thanks all. She's pretty clean in the udder department, she doesn't rub her hind end, and she doesn't have thrush (that's a connection I never would have made) or any other hind foot...
  16. New mare stalks buckets with her hind legs when cross-tied...WHY?!?!

    Have had New Mare for a month and a half. When she's cross tied in the grooming bay, where there is a muck bucket in the corner, she slooowly sidles over to it, finds it with her hind leg, and...
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    Uh...is this the right room for an argument?

    Uh...is this the right room for an argument?
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    Here is my Baron Van Gogh/Final Pool filly, just...

    Here is my Baron Van Gogh/Final Pool filly, just turned 3 in May: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2344/5798207776_aa267569b6_b.jpg


    Here is my Versace B/Pik Solo filly, who turns 3 tomorrow...
  19. No, no, no. Angle iron? That's for amateurs and...

    No, no, no. Angle iron? That's for amateurs and half drafts ONLY. You should know better!

    You need to hit him with a 2x4 of *exotic* wood for it to have any positive effect. Burled maple,...
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    I just sold my old 4-star that didn't have a...

    I just sold my old 4-star that didn't have a dressing room for a price in the lower end of your second range - it is 10 years older than OP's.

    It sold the weekend after I listed it - of course,...
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    Some feed stores/hay sellers have a baling twine...

    Some feed stores/hay sellers have a baling twine recycling program - I keep some around to use for random stuff, and when it builds up I take the excess into the feed store to recycle when I am going...
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    DACVA is a veterinary anesthesiologist. ...

    DACVA is a veterinary anesthesiologist.

    Kinsella - so sorry about your pups. :(
  23. I've got one that does that. I wish I had good...

    I've got one that does that. I wish I had good news for you, but short of bolting the bowl to a mat (which I did consider), nothing worked. Bigger food tub, food tub inside a shallow water trough,...
  24. Make sure you check the easement language...

    Make sure you check the easement language carefully and talk to the utilities company to make sure you know what they can do. When we were looking for our farm, we considered a property where big...
  25. Here's a pic of my filly when she was a yearling...

    Here's a pic of my filly when she was a yearling - chestnut filly with a chestnut halter (and a lead with chain). Chain should have been looped around the halter's noseband, as you can see, it...
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