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    A good friend of mine has it. She's in her early...

    A good friend of mine has it. She's in her early 60s and riding/training three young warmbloods. From what I've picked up, she's super careful about sodium, and has found Valium works wonders to...
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    That sounds horrible, OP! Although I'm sort of on...

    That sounds horrible, OP! Although I'm sort of on the other side... I miss my barn swallows! They disappeared after I got a little ninja kitty who promptly exterminated anything she could reach (and...
  3. Geez, just another day at the office! Those guys...

    Geez, just another day at the office! Those guys rock :)
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    LOL this morning my big beast of a warmblood was...

    LOL this morning my big beast of a warmblood was cranky and wanted to go out NOW. He was hanging his head over the stall chain, and I caught him giving me the snake face out of the corner of my eye...
  5. My trick with my uber-picky Cushings pony is to...

    My trick with my uber-picky Cushings pony is to put the meds on a tiny amount of senior feed and a few timothy pellets, add water and let it swell up and dry over night. I stir it up in the morning...
  6. That clip just literally made my jaw drop. It's...

    That clip just literally made my jaw drop. It's one thing to make comments like that in private company, and a whole 'nother ballgame to unload like that on a video meant to promote your product...
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    In my experience, the timid "scaredy cats" seem...

    In my experience, the timid "scaredy cats" seem to have a longer lifespan because they don't roam as much. We had one such cat that lived in our barn for over 21 years! Quite a few more were lost to...
  8. Honestly, wouldn't the g-force of getting knocked...

    Honestly, wouldn't the g-force of getting knocked like that send the brain crashing into the inside of the skull (like shaken baby syndrome)? It just seems really ill-advised, but hey, what do I...
  9. No kidding. This is an example of a TBI just...

    No kidding. This is an example of a TBI just waiting to happen: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-ewecyXRmqxA/URRcJ8G1PtI/AAAAAAAABQs/eWkNINz6lb8/s1600/BarrelRacing.jpg
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    Isn't that a scene from Alien? :lol:

    Isn't that a scene from Alien? :lol:
  11. Or THIS...

    Or THIS :winkgrin:
  12. How on earth did he get in there in the first...

    How on earth did he get in there in the first place??
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    He looks a bit tight through the hips. Perhaps...

    He looks a bit tight through the hips. Perhaps you can get a chiropractor out asap? He doesn't look horrible, though. Jingles for a speedy recovery!
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    Here you go!...

    Here you go! http://www.chicksaddlery.com/page/CDS/PROD/1030/33P400

    When my daughter rode western we had a colored one for gaming and practice, and used a black one with a saddle blanket over it...
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    My guess would be that, judging from the price...

    My guess would be that, judging from the price and location, they are going to level the buildings and subdivide. I would not be surprised if the property was covered with McMansions in the next five...
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    LOL, I have a gelding that I got in November....

    LOL, I have a gelding that I got in November. Storm Cat on top and Slew on the bottom, and so far (knock wood) he is an angel!
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    Prancy!

    Prancy!
  18. Thread: Zombie attack

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    Best. Post. Ever.

    Best. Post. Ever.
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    My husband and I lost our first dog, Ozzie, who...

    My husband and I lost our first dog, Ozzie, who we raised from a pup, rather abruptly two weeks away from closing on our farm, which he would have loved. He'd been diagnosed with an inoperable tumor...
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    Poor baby!

    Poor baby!
  21. I agree. And the jump people are making from the...

    I agree. And the jump people are making from the OP watching a poor animal in distress within eyesight of her home and wanting to help, to people taking Bison calves and thinking fat cats are...
  22. Color of Light, thank you for caring about a...

    Color of Light, thank you for caring about a helpless animal. There seem to be a few here who want to attack you for caring. The same happened to me awhile back when a dead horse was filmed in a...
  23. I second Simkie on the sublingual iron. I have...

    I second Simkie on the sublingual iron. I have malabsorption issues due to a rare autoimmune disease, so I am chronically low in many vitamins. I am able to successfully take iron orally, but I...
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    Yes, he appears to be very lame behind to me.

    Yes, he appears to be very lame behind to me.
  25. I think Mr. Rooster's going to take a flyer if he...

    I think Mr. Rooster's going to take a flyer if he gets too close to horsey's back legs! :lol:
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