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    "csaper58 If it were dominant, only 1...

    "csaper58

    If it were dominant, only 1 allele needed, how could the mare not have a parent displaying the disease?"

    One possibility is that since disease can manifest at virtually any age,...
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    Actually, it is this article that sparked my...

    Actually, it is this article that sparked my interest:
    http://bmcvetres.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1746-6148-2-12

    I was surprised to see the one Hano. mare with early onset and no family...
  3. Tack of the day has weatherbeeta fly defence...

    Tack of the day has weatherbeeta fly defence built in with neck on sale today!
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    Sticky: Rosenthal mare Champion USDF in hand and top 10 nationally under saddle

    Offering for lease 2016 spectacular mare with show success and proven lines.

    Lovely quiet temperament, super nice gaits. Easy to train, sensible, sensitive, responsive, forgiving. Excellent...
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    DSLD in warmbloods and crosses

    Please share your experiences - have you seen this ? Which bloodlines? Age of onset?

    If anyone has had particular luck with a management/treatment plan would be interested in knowing the details.
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    I think those who truly do not want to be duped...

    I think those who truly do not want to be duped have an easy formula to follow.

    Buy only from owners of "goods". Pay your agent separately, seller pays their agent separately. Problem solved. ...
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    my limited experience with a similar looking...

    my limited experience with a similar looking issue that was not as scary as some make such an issue to be. May not be your horse's case.

    Had a gelding with a "hole" at his toe, usually 1/2hoof...
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    Perhaps a poll of "ideal wait time" would clue...

    Perhaps a poll of "ideal wait time" would clue the management in and let riders voice their opinions politely and non-confrontationally

    You could do an official poll, such as turned in with entry...
  9. I hauled a two horse no tack area trailer with my...

    I hauled a two horse no tack area trailer with my chevy astro van for years - horses 16-17h. Mostly less then 2hr hauls, flat midwest. No problems. Definitely not as powerful as my 2500HD, but...
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    I experimented with using a sock (with toes cut...

    I experimented with using a sock (with toes cut off) on one of my horses - worked great on his hock (put heel of sock over his point of hock), worked for his stocking up (heel of sock over point of...
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    Another interesting article: ...

    Another interesting article: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25938677
    (Bolding is mine)

    Relationships among Body Condition, Insulin Resistance and Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue Gene Expression...
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    You know, some people mentioned "fat is great"...

    You know, some people mentioned "fat is great" quite well.
    We, the general horse owning population, like a fat slick horse; our shows and judges like it. We find rounded features more appealing...
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    I'll contribute one to start us off. Link to...

    I'll contribute one to start us off.
    Link to summary:
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27088603

    One pertinent conclusion of interest from the article:
    Ultrasonographic assessment of fat...
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    Fat is great! Fat is bad. Debate...

    So, there are a lot of "thoughts" and "common sense" ideas out there about the benefits or dangers of certain body condition scores for our beloved critters.

    So, what do you think and what...
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    I start my youngsters - never layed one down. ...

    I start my youngsters - never layed one down. Just the old get used to things one step at a time. Then again, I am a "dressage" rider and start them all on my own - I need a horse that is happy to...
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    Krasnii (red in Russian) Krasavchic (pretty boy,...

    Krasnii (red in Russian)
    Krasavchic (pretty boy, also in Russian)

    I really like Killian, as in Killian Red beer :)

    Enjoy your new baby.
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    Anatolian shepherds are a reasonably healthy...

    Anatolian shepherds are a reasonably healthy "breed". Life expectancy of 13-15 yrs on a giant breed dog - much better then ave.
    They are bred to work and many still do.
    If you look at...
  18. Not really. Most non- breed show organizations...

    Not really. Most non- breed show organizations (ie USDF ) never look at the papers. As far as I know, you can claim the horse to be whatever breed you choose and whatever name you choose without "...
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    I really don't think that expecting a horse to...

    I really don't think that expecting a horse to behave on 2 rides per week is such a stretch.

    Heck, I expect it (and get it) on 1 ride a month sometimes.

    Granted, I know my horses have had...
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    You can set up an alternate to lanes by making...

    You can set up an alternate to lanes by making your paddocks long; locating food, water, shelter at different locations thereby encouraging horses to move more, provide different surfaces/grades in...
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    not a "therapeutic horse" seller vent, just a...

    not a "therapeutic horse" seller vent, just a "therapeutic for" seller vent :yes:

    Summary:
    Talking about a middle aged gelding...
    Buyer: ... Your horse is so pretty, I like your horse alot, not...
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    Holes punched by hooves in normal "wet field" -...

    Holes punched by hooves in normal "wet field" - cheapest and easiest manual fix - put a pile of horse manure in hole, mounded over top. Horses can see the spot is iffy/unlevel, come spring the...
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    Surprisingly, most dressage riders expect free...

    Surprisingly, most dressage riders expect free leases, even for reasonably well trained horses. As an owner, if I can afford to keep Dobbin, why would I take the chance of extra wear and tear,...
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    Keep in mind that my answers are based on my...

    Keep in mind that my answers are based on my experience with my one dog, colored by research I did. My original goal was a farm dog that hangs out with me (I am out there for hours) and lives in the...
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    I have an antolian shepherd. I love her, but she...

    I have an antolian shepherd. I love her, but she is unlike any other dog I have had (had dobes, shepherds, boxers, as well as a few "other"). Extremely smart, as well as independent. Independence...
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