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    ^^ I agree

    ^^ I agree
  2. I'm not great at this, but I would cut out the...

    I'm not great at this, but I would cut out the shapes to scale of what you have for furniture and just lay it on the paper and move it around until it looks good..
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    Going thru this right now with a 15 y.o. horse. ...

    Going thru this right now with a 15 y.o. horse. I have spent the last 1.5 years trying to get him right and I can't. I finally threw in the towel in May and have weaned him off all meds &...
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    Keep your mouth shut and your ears open. And...

    Keep your mouth shut and your ears open. And leave your phone in the car. Bring whatever cloths you need to be comfortable, bring a cushion to sit on if you're on bleachers. Bring snacks but don't...
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    Many (most??) dressage riders wear them, don't...

    Many (most??) dressage riders wear them, don't know about other disciplines, probably eventers. As to whether they make a difference I think they do help keep the seat from sliding around on the...
  6. Ha! I read the title of the post as is it tacky...

    Ha! I read the title of the post as is it tacky to compete in BLUE tack. I thought the answer was self-evident...
  7. I dealt with the same thing. I finally gave in...

    I dealt with the same thing. I finally gave in and give him a single packet of poprocks every day. I didn't want him to have daily omeprazole, but I had not choice.
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    Another piece of advice I would offer is that...

    Another piece of advice I would offer is that google is your friend. When I see a horse I am interested I start searching google for some combination of the horse and owner to see what turns up. ...
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    I am of two minds. (I don't have children just...

    I am of two minds. (I don't have children just as a point of note). I find that most 18 y.o.'s are much less mature than I was (and I was NOT the most mature 18 y.o. on the planet) so I see your...
  10. I dunno, I question how easy that will actually...

    I dunno, I question how easy that will actually be.
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    PRI. Love them.

    PRI. Love them.
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    Why don't you do a trial run of putting it in his...

    Why don't you do a trial run of putting it in his premixed grain while you are still here and make sure he eats it, then plan to do that if he does.
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    So, any very simple instructions on how you make...

    So, any very simple instructions on how you make them? I'm not particularly clever about stuff like this...
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    Good quality Vienna Reins?

    Who has 'em? I prefer better quality leather so I know they will last. Horse is about 15hh, with a lovely length of neck but still can't be made for a gigantor horse... Any recommendations?
  15. My vet did it out of curiosity on a dog with...

    My vet did it out of curiosity on a dog with known breeding. It came back totally wrong...
  16. There are a couple good sites with lots of...

    There are a couple good sites with lots of information about HSS. I have just retired my horse as I cannot make him comfortable enough to do work so I am praying that's not what you are dealing...
  17. The difference is only that the cubes provide a...

    The difference is only that the cubes provide a forage benefit where the pellets really don't.
  18. HSS is headshakers syndrome. Hopefully that is...

    HSS is headshakers syndrome. Hopefully that is not what is going on..
  19. When I worked at a riding camp we went to the...

    When I worked at a riding camp we went to the local dealer to choose horses for the summer. Bought a light bay gelding. Was delivered a very dark bay mare. Dealer worked very hard to convince us...
  20. Did you check for lyme? Tis the season...

    Did you check for lyme? Tis the season...
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    Being the voice of dissent (sort of) I have done...

    Being the voice of dissent (sort of) I have done extensive (and expensive) PPE's on two horses (both purchased in the mid-four figures) who both retired much too early on things that were not present...
  22. love that!

    love that!
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    I tried it with a horse who struggled with...

    I tried it with a horse who struggled with ulcers. Within days he was like a spider monkey on crack so I took him off and he went back to normal.
  24. After looking into this I am beginning to think...

    After looking into this I am beginning to think it would be more cost effective in this past of the country to find a smallish barn with full board and limited amenities that doesn't mind an absentee...
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    Put it on and leave it on. She needs to learn...

    Put it on and leave it on. She needs to learn that that is where your leg lives, draped against her side softly. If you take your leg off every time she darts forward from the touch of it she is...
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