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    Cranbury SS is driving me mad too, right now,...

    Cranbury SS is driving me mad too, right now, Lady E... too many young or older horses who not only are they not started or broke... but aren't even really halter broke.
    It is incredibly sad.

    But...
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    Do not rule out Orange County as well. Not that...

    Do not rule out Orange County as well.
    Not that far from the city and 'reasonable' equine opportunities can be found here too.
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    This is what happened to my horse... he got move...

    This is what happened to my horse... he got move to a stall next to an aggressive, stallion acting gelding who would rake his teeth on the wall between him/my horse... and of course their feed...
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    Post treatment for lyme etc, did you add on...

    Post treatment for lyme etc, did you add on probiotics?
    Also how long since that treatment? I find horses put on lost weight way slower than they dropped it.

    Teeth checked? For oldsters the...
  5. I could not get SMBs to fit my coon footed,...

    I could not get SMBs to fit my coon footed, DSLD/ESPA horse either.
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    have you seen this ? Yes Which bloodlines? ...

    have you seen this ? Yes
    Which bloodlines? Many, incl Paso, TB, QH and others
    Age of onset? In my own horse it was a TB, age 23, post stress and ulcer development. IMO the ulcers and stress...
  7. We did that to ease the strain on my horses hind...

    We did that to ease the strain on my horses hind legs when his fetlocks dropped from DSLD. First we used a wedge aluminum shoe, but the price was too much, so we went to lift pads under a regular...
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    nope meant fungus, assumed it was a fungus...

    nope meant fungus, assumed it was a fungus [moist, warm environment].
    But it could also be both under there.
    Either way, probiotics have proven to help.
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    Have you had him on a probiotic? Healthy skin...

    Have you had him on a probiotic?
    Healthy skin resistant to fungus starts with general overall health and it sounds like this guy has been through the wringer and his immune system could be...
  10. I would worry about it being fresh and otherwise...

    I would worry about it being fresh and otherwise safe to feed.
    If you open a bag and it's moldy or smells off... what then?
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    And you would be amazed at the people who have...

    And you would be amazed at the people who have WAY more experience than you.
    I worked in the ocular health field for many years with a leader in the industry.
    Water on an eye= no.

    BTW, hosing a...
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    I would never use water from a hose [at a barn,...

    I would never use water from a hose [at a barn, where it most likely comes from a well, but even if not] to rinse an eye.
    Acanthamoeba is one reason, but there are others as well.
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    I like to cold hose with pressure, and for Yo I...

    I like to cold hose with pressure, and for Yo I wrapped with a compression wrap.
    Both horses went out as much as possible to encourage movement.
    As for washing, I use an antimicrobial/antifungal...
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    My boss where I am a WS has an Albion Dressage...

    My boss where I am a WS has an Albion Dressage saddle with Velcro blocks. They stay on very well... in fact they are REALLY hard to get off if, for whatever reason, you want to remove them.
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    Always good to have basic, generic saline in the...

    Always good to have basic, generic saline in the barn for these emergencies... flush and call the Vet immediately. Always.
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    Just like child safety car seats, the foam...

    Just like child safety car seats, the foam deteriorates thanks to sun, heat, cold, some chemicals, etc, etc... and time.

    Helmets are cheap. Even if the 5 years expiration is a fabrication, are...
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    Here's what I always wonder in these situations...

    Here's what I always wonder in these situations [which I have been the victim in far too often, sadly]....

    Person A comes to you and says that Person B said this and such about you.
    My next...
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    But if that AC has heard of her before with that...

    But if that AC has heard of her before with that many local reports, she must be local... so hopefully she can be found.
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    I would stalk the park and get photos of her, the...

    I would stalk the park and get photos of her, the dog and her license plates.
    But that's me and generally wIwd is more a warning than a 'good idea'.
    I would however, be livid.
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    My uber picky TB would eat the enteric coated...

    My uber picky TB would eat the enteric coated Doxy whole mixed with his grain.... for future reference
  21. I love Healthy Hair Care... great stuff that...

    I love Healthy Hair Care... great stuff that doesn't go on greasy/get dusty.
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    I agree that as a farm sitter, not changing what...

    I agree that as a farm sitter, not changing what the owner suggested/uses is the way to go, and turnout in polos/wraps is a huge no-no in my book.

    For the sake of sharing remedies... I had a mare...
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    And those are reasons you are ok with AC taking...

    And those are reasons you are ok with AC taking someone's horse? Or that he 'hadn't planned feed or water' while the animals appear in good weight with healthy feet?



    It's just interesting to...
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    Meh, while I would not be using these horses in...

    Meh, while I would not be using these horses in this capacity/environment...

    ... what is concerning to me is the seizure of his horses for what looks like a mild case of scratches, a halter rub,...
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    Horses seized, man charged...

    ...horses are said to be malnourished [they don't look malnourished to me?], dehydrated, and having sores [appears to be scratches from images]... seized.

    Regardless of whether I agree with his...
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