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  1. This is actually what I meant. Take the lessons...

    This is actually what I meant. Take the lessons and you will make connections.
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    Agree. I tried so many on my current horse (from...

    Agree. I tried so many on my current horse (from German Silver to Happy Mouth). He prefers a plain, stainless, french link).
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    QUOTE=ToTheNines;8760400]I don't think a fly mask...

    QUOTE=ToTheNines;8760400]I don't think a fly mask will help. One of mine has what you are talking about. He wears a long Cashel Crusader fly mask to cover his white blaze, and is out during the...
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    A lot of people shouldn't have children...

    A lot of people shouldn't have children either......
  5. Scurf. This may help. ...

    Scurf. This may help.

    http://equusmagazine.com/content/content/8304/eq358chart.pdf
  6. Thread: Dr Green

    by CFFarm
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    A tincture of time can do wonders. We would watch...

    A tincture of time can do wonders. We would watch horses get pin-fired at the track and know that now they would at least get some time off which was probably what did the most good anyway.
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    I have a horse who goes pretty much bald where...

    I have a horse who goes pretty much bald where you mention each summer. Rubs himself from a midge allergy. A fly mask is a good idea in the south anyway (humans wear sunglasses), sunblock on a white...
  8. Thread: Dead Hands???

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    Quiet hands, yes. Dead hands, not so much. Unless...

    Quiet hands, yes. Dead hands, not so much. Unless the student didn't get the concept of sensitive contact then I can't see where the term "dead hands" would be anything but negative.
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    Certain rotating bits are legal. Maybe one of...

    Certain rotating bits are legal. Maybe one of those if he likes the breaks in the bit. It's really hit or miss until you find one that works.
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    I hate to say it but it sounds like a classic...

    I hate to say it but it sounds like a classic case of an "over-horsed" rider. Horses who have suffered traumatic training need a confident, skilled trainer.
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    Hee, hee, she might not be as nicely connected in...

    Hee, hee, she might not be as nicely connected in a dirt arena.....
  12. Stop looking a the right one will find you.

    Stop looking a the right one will find you.
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    My local John Deere doesn't do trade ins....and...

    My local John Deere doesn't do trade ins....and it's just down the road.....bummer!
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    Let's face it, being a racehorse in the modern...

    Let's face it, being a racehorse in the modern world is about as unnatural equine experience as there is. Some handle it better than others.
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    Yup, Fla here too I've found taking my horse off...

    Yup, Fla here too I've found taking my horse off grain has helped (and he only has the biting gnat problem in summer). Don't really know why but it helps. I keep fly masks and boots on him and treat...
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    Thanks guys! What get trails AshleyandAnnabel...

    Thanks guys! What get trails AshleyandAnnabel makes me want to head west!
  17. Hee, hee. I've been waiting for this thread. The...

    Hee, hee. I've been waiting for this thread. The bloom seems to be off the rose. Yesterday,s hero.

    According to the horse public

    There was Monte Roberts-turned out to be a fraud
    Then John...
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    Mike, in the future please remind people to read...

    Mike, in the future please remind people to read the disclaimer at the bottom of your posts........
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    I don't see where you mentioned if the swelling...

    I don't see where you mentioned if the swelling was down after turnout. If it was then it was probably just stocking up from being in the stall and concussion from the shoeing. If swelling not any...
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    Makes me proud of my Portuguese roots. Thanks

    Makes me proud of my Portuguese roots. Thanks
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    Cool

    Cool
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    I start from the ground also with a press to the...

    I start from the ground also with a press to the chest and a voice command "back". Then move to a dressage whip. Then to saddle.

    I find the cue for back is the hardest to describe to someone.
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    Was there an exam for the original problem before...

    Was there an exam for the original problem before the shoes were applied?
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    Thank you for the replies, especially the link...

    Thank you for the replies, especially the link cutter99.
    I'm going forward this thread.
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    If she's in a good worming program it's probably...

    If she's in a good worming program it's probably a matter of not engaging her belly and lifting her back when you ride. It's like crunches for horses so they will go around with a "dropped" back if...
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