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  1. Would you be open to a broodmare lease? I know...

    Would you be open to a broodmare lease? I know someone who may be interested, but I think she's more interested in a lease option at this time. Thank you!
  2. I used it for over a year with two different...

    I used it for over a year with two different OTTBs. Helped with nutrition, coat, and feet. Both were underweight when I bought them and filled out nicely. I had no colic issues with either. They were...
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    I'm going to second this! I just went through...

    I'm going to second this! I just went through this with my young TB gelding. He had back and loin soreness, intermittent lameness behind (most notably in his stifles and up high), unwillingness to go...
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    Dr. Kent Allen is wonderful - I would look to see...

    Dr. Kent Allen is wonderful - I would look to see how close he is and also if he can perform a pelvic x-ray at his location.
  5. No input on the procedure, just sending you some...

    No input on the procedure, just sending you some much needed jingles and positive vibes. Good luck on Friday!
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    do you mean blistering vs. injecting? as far as i...

    do you mean blistering vs. injecting? as far as i know, injecting doesn't do anything to tighten the ligaments, however, blistering actually causes inflammation in the ligaments and results in...
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    sorry she didn't eat it! mine gobbles his up...he...

    sorry she didn't eat it! mine gobbles his up...he eats anything i mix in his food pretty willingly, though lol! i don't have any other suggestions, but i'm sure someone on here will! good luck :-)
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    My vet said to use non-iodized. She said given...

    My vet said to use non-iodized. She said given the quantity I feed (1 tablespoon daily), it really doesn't matter much but that she would still prefer I use non-iodized.
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    my horse has a vet-diagnosed sodium deficiency....

    my horse has a vet-diagnosed sodium deficiency. he gets 1 tablespoon of non-iodized table salt in his food one time each day. not sure about your salt vs electrolyte question...
  10. sent you a pm

    sent you a pm
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    blue kote!

    blue kote!
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    I have an old man who is unclipped and wears his...

    I have an old man who is unclipped and wears his heavy (400g) whenever it stays below 30 during the day. This winter that's been a lot! He never needed one until he hit his 20s, though. I have had a...
  13. I would recommend Dr. Kent Allen at Virginia...

    I would recommend Dr. Kent Allen at Virginia Equine Imaging in The Plains, Va. or New Bolton. Sometimes a teaching hospital is good as a one-stop shop (all kinds of expertise/diagnostic tools in one...
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    I'd X-ray his feet to make sure it's a true club...

    I'd X-ray his feet to make sure it's a true club foot and there's nothing more serious going on internally in his feet. If the X-rays come back good and he's sound, then I'd go for it! I had a horse...
  15. Yep!:yes:

    Yep!:yes:
  16. Could be SI/Pelvic injury from a slip out in the...

    Could be SI/Pelvic injury from a slip out in the field (or similar type of injury). Could be stifles, but the cross cantering and symptoms you describe make me think it might be higher up. Hope your...
  17. Thank you - I think that's a good idea and...

    Thank you - I think that's a good idea and definitely reasonable. I'm missing some really good riding time!

    I'm going to continue with the keratex and add the durasole to the mix, as well.
  18. Haha, thank you :-) I'll look into that, as well!

    Haha, thank you :-) I'll look into that, as well!
  19. Oh my, this seems to have gotten off track....

    Oh my, this seems to have gotten off track. Points taken! I'm not arguing with anyone and not in any way suggesting that vets are more knowledgeable than an experienced farrier when it comes to...
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    My gelding gets an abscess every time he loses a...

    My gelding gets an abscess every time he loses a shoe, which has been often recently. I soak, wrap, and turnout so he has to walk around a bit. I think walking around helps to get the abscesses to...
  21. Thanks! And best of luck to you, too! :-)

    Thanks! And best of luck to you, too! :-)
  22. You don't think that a vet with years of...

    You don't think that a vet with years of education and experience who has focused on foot anatomy/physiology and issues with the feet for a good part of her long career, working closely with...
  23. I'd be interested to see how it goes for you - I...

    I'd be interested to see how it goes for you - I have no experience with products like this and don't know anyone who has used them before. Please post back when you have some feedback :-)
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    jingles and crossed fingers for you...i have a...

    jingles and crossed fingers for you...i have a good old boy myself and it's especially tough when the sweet, old ones struggle. hoping for some good news soon!
  25. Good to hear! I expect to have some issues for...

    Good to hear! I expect to have some issues for the next year or so until he has all new foot - I just don't want to do any more damage while his feet grow out and I want him sound during the process....
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