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    I always have and always will :)

    I always have and always will :)
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    IMO, Co-Flex doesn't measure up to Vetwrap. That...

    IMO, Co-Flex doesn't measure up to Vetwrap. That said, the Schneider's version is actually pretty good.
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    He's wrong - no one likes 4" of sand! I'm...

    He's wrong - no one likes 4" of sand! I'm predominately a "western-er" and when I put in my arena, I did 2" and it was too deep for a while. It did settle over a period of months, but next time...
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    I think it's a good decision. I did it with a...

    I think it's a good decision.

    I did it with a very arthritic, lame gelding I'd owned most of his life when he became unable to stay comfortable and his elderly pasturemate, who was extremely sound...
  5. I guess I don't understand the purpose of a...

    I guess I don't understand the purpose of a nonrefundable deposit.

    If the buyer wants to back out after scheduling a vetting, and the stipulation is that they can for any reason, then they can...
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    $10 MINIMUM per day, and only if I lived on-site!

    $10 MINIMUM per day, and only if I lived on-site!
  7. Spokane area?

    Spokane area?
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    I would, for a few reasons. I've had two. ...

    I would, for a few reasons.

    I've had two. Niether are still living.

    I board at home and am good at clipping. I know the drill with feet/meds, etc.

    I have small children, so the older...
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    I do it all the time, either ponying a young...

    I do it all the time, either ponying a young horse that needs outings while riding an older horse or ponying a kid who can't quite steer yet.
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    It's not uncommon for a horse to try to dominate...

    It's not uncommon for a horse to try to dominate in a new situation. You've let him dominate, so now he expects to you work for him.

    Because it's not uncommon, although you say you're very...
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    The OP didn't ask for advice on how to analyze...

    The OP didn't ask for advice on how to analyze and fix, she asks for permission to sell.

    OP, sounds like you're not having as much fun as you'd like. There are so many fish in the sea. Don't...
  12. I have only used one in the winter. Loved the...

    I have only used one in the winter. Loved the lighting. Had kickboards. Snow came off with a loud zZZiiiip! Most horses eventually got used to it. It sweated a lot - even in winter - even with...
  13. Pony likes to stand with right hind way out behind

    Our pony, out in the paddock, will often stand with her right hind waaay out behind her - as in, her hock is behind her (thick, fluffy) tail. My husband and I have noticed it for several months, but...
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    Whatever happened to JSwan?

    Whatever happened to JSwan?
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    I'm so sorry OP :( Our saint of a pony became...

    I'm so sorry OP :(

    Our saint of a pony became acutely laminitic the middle of July 2015. Her x-rays looked extremely promising. Unfortunately, unable to control the pain on maximum meds, we...
  16. My 30 yo gelding, due to vet's advice, was on...

    My 30 yo gelding, due to vet's advice, was on Previcox for about 10 days daily, then bumped back to EOD. That was two years ago and we still find benefit in the EOD method.
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    I use and love the Rambos as well. I'm certain,...

    I use and love the Rambos as well. I'm certain, minus shipping, I've never paid more than $50 for any of mine. I easily find them used on FB or Ebay.
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    Need signage help

    The barn I work out of has a shedrow at the top of a gentle slope with the runs coming down the slope. Gates ares at the bottom of the slope, and horses are fed/watered there. I need a way to write...
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    For typical use, I use Vetrolin diluted with...

    For typical use, I use Vetrolin diluted with water in a spray bottle and spray the whole horse after hosing (or in the winter, after removing tack but before grooming post-ride). I don't use it...
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    Welcome to the world of Western Pleasure ;) ...

    Welcome to the world of Western Pleasure ;) (Said tongue - in - cheek).

    Sorry, couldn't reisist...heard the words "opinionless"... "robotic"... "Judging must change"...
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    I just purchased a One K and LOVE IT for my oval...

    I just purchased a One K and LOVE IT for my oval head!

    My older helmet is an IRH Elite Extreme, and it fits well - for an hour. Then I can't wait to get it off.

    My daughter has an old...
  22. Thread: Elite Trailer

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    High-end, well-built. Very similar to 4 Star.

    High-end, well-built. Very similar to 4 Star.
  23. Thread: So frustrated

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    As an instructor and trainer myself, I don't feel...

    As an instructor and trainer myself, I don't feel a rider who is regularly lessoning with me can "undo" or "teach bad habits" to a horse who was working correctly initially and in training once a...
  24. Not sure if it will help, but my 30 yo gets 10...

    Not sure if it will help, but my 30 yo gets 10 POUNDS of TC Sr per day, plus any hay he wants and can get down during the winter and the day out on grass in the summer. I don't think he gets a lot...
  25. It works for me! Based on the horse HE'S...

    It works for me!

    Based on the horse HE'S riding:

    I do see self carriage. I see the horse he's riding sitting back on his hocks and carrying the movement over his back.

    That said, I do...
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