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    My Mare: Lyme Disease

    Hello Folks- my 15 yo Qh mare has been NQR for a few weeks and didn't respond with her usual rebound to her chiro/accupunture. So blood was drawn with a positive Lyme titer. Waiting to hear back...
  2. Neither PATH, nor AHA (American Hippotherapy...

    Neither PATH, nor AHA (American Hippotherapy Association) support back riding or tandem hippotherapy (respectively) anymore due to the safety risks and additional stress on the horse. There are...
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    Best Barefoot Book

    I am looking for recommendations for a owner interested in learning more about barefoot trimming on my own horse. What are the best books to learn about hoof anatomy, barefoot performance and...
  4. Thread: Mean and cruel?

    by Karma
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    OP, trust your gut- if you feel your guy would...

    OP, trust your gut- if you feel your guy would not do so well out "in a field" believe yourself. I "retired" my 19yo last spring after trying to find a pony club, 4-h, trail riders, ect who would...
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    Sunday

    I will be there all day on Sunday! I am super excited and always have a great time and it's such a good mid-winter pick me up! Can't wait.
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    Yes

    Both my own websites and the website for the American Hippotherapy Association are all built on Wordpress. Great platform and easy to use
    www.eponatherapyservices.com
    www.horsescanhelp.com...
  7. I'm making this decision

    My older guy (21, 17h) was retired one year ago. He has always been in a busy barn and was doing well prior to retirement in a busy barn being ridden several days per week and managed with joint...
  8. I hope to...

    maybe BN, maybe ameoba. I want to get her to an event. I backed her at 8yo in 2008, then she foaled in 09 and has been back under saddle for a year or so now. She is doing great! We did a...
  9. Thread: Wooded lot

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    Thanks for all the replies. Do chickens also...

    Thanks for all the replies. Do chickens also like acorns? I wouldn't be too worried about blanket damage and would certainly choose to protect the trees, cross fence the fields and great a...
  10. Thread: Wooded lot

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    Wooded lot

    Anyone manage their horses on a wooded lot? Said lot would be 4ac. with mature oaks. Big, beautiful, tall, straight oaks with rolling/sloping ground, minimal underbrush. There may be one flat spot...
  11. yes, keep telling

    Your stories will help those of us who are single or dating to help find the perfect horsey compatible husband in the future.
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    Thank you

    Thanks for all the feedback about my mare's canter.

    I agree with so many of you who are focusing on strength and being on the aids through transitions. My mare is sensitive and her defense is...
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    Central NJ Roommate

    Are there any roommate services that advertise to the horsey crowd? It would be great to have a horsey girl (or guy) as a roommate. I am wondering if there are any roommate finders that focus on...
  14. I have also had mares react to my harl GD girl. ...

    I have also had mares react to my harl GD girl. Some have nickered or become very protective. I often think horses are confused by GD's they smell like dogs, but look like horses!

    My girl is now...
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    dwblover- prior to getting her under saddle we...

    dwblover- prior to getting her under saddle we worked on the lunge and long lines quite a bit and although she knows voice commands her walk/canter was never 100%- she would nearly "spin out" upon...
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    When does the canter get better?

    I bought my mare as a 7yo unbroke broodmare out of a field. I backed her late in her 7th year and then she had off six months to have her last foal (I bought her in-foal *surprise*). She has had...
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    If you want to provide therapy services you will...

    If you want to provide therapy services you will need to decide if you want to provide mental health services or more medical based services. Mental health can be provided by a social worker,...
  18. Thread: Trailer set-up

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    Thank you- I do remember some good tips from that...

    Thank you- I do remember some good tips from that thread!
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    Beam me up- good point about a print out for...

    Beam me up- good point about a print out for emergency contacts.

    I have a cap on my trunk so that might work for sleeping if I ever attend an overnight show.

    I guess I mostly have to figure...
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    We'll be eventing- local one day events. See our...

    We'll be eventing- local one day events. See our blog we just did our first schooling dressage show!

    The mare has been really good- it's just the not having SOMEONE to grab things, wipe off...
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    Aluminum trailer maintenence

    I have a 2h BP Merhow xtall xwide aluminum trailer. It's new to me and I want to keep it in great shape. What do I need to know?

    I have two things I feel working against me- it's stored...
  22. Thread: Trailer set-up

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    Trailer set-up

    I have a aluminum Merhow two horse straight load step up bumper pull. Extra tall, extra wide with a partial divider (meaning it doesn't go to the floor). No dressing room, just a front nose area. ...
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    Best tips for showing alone

    Since eventers are less likely to be showing with trainers holding our hands I figure some of you must have good tips for showing alone. I am starting showing alone with my mare. She is a greenie. ...
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    I use it also for ticks! We did our barn (15...

    I use it also for ticks!

    We did our barn (15 horses) and one had a reaction. I think it's horse specific- as in some horses react and some don't. I also did notice the new packaging this year...
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    JB- thanks- you just brought a bucket of...

    JB- thanks- you just brought a bucket of essentials to the warm-up ring and dismounted did a quick clean-up and then went in to show?

    I showed Appies as a teenager and they had a lot of white,...
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