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  1. Right now we are trying to keep a leg wrap on...

    Right now we are trying to keep a leg wrap on him. He's on hand-walking only for about another week which is a big part of the problem-he's pent up and bored, but even when he's in normal full work...
  2. gelding has outsmarted the bib...other ideas?

    So we have one gelding in the barn who simply does not want to have anything on his body. It doesn't matter if its his blanket, a standing wrap or any other form of something to be worn, if given the...
  3. This is the challenge we are dealing with. I was...

    This is the challenge we are dealing with. I was hoping that the current BM would be willing to offer a performance package of some kind. However he has been dodging meeting with me since Feb. And...
  4. trainers-talk to me about leasing part of a facility?

    Up until now I have been lucky enough to work out of a boarding facility as the sole trainer. BO/BM manages all boarding related stuff, I handle lessons/training for my clients. This has overall...
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    I LOVE mine. I got it at the end of 2011, it has...

    I LOVE mine. I got it at the end of 2011, it has held up beautifully, and I do not care for it nearly the way I should. I have always loved it, but once it broke in there is nothing else like it. It...
  6. Great information! Thanks so much everyone!

    Great information! Thanks so much everyone!
  7. bought a breeding, can't use it...can sell it - how to?

    I wasn't sure how best to explain this in the title, and I want to keep it vague so it's not a "for sale" ad. Essentially a client of mine intended on breeding their mare, bought and paid for a...
  8. Temperature aside-have you looked at kissing...

    Temperature aside-have you looked at kissing spine as a possibility here? She sounds like a classic case of kissing spine, quite possibly in the lumbar region. If her low back seems to be a chronic...
  9. rockfordbuckeye-I will take a very close look...

    rockfordbuckeye-I will take a very close look from behind on Monday, but he is pretty dang even on both sides (I look at all the horses in the barn for symmetry fairly often) through his whole body,...
  10. Thanks for the feedback-sounds like vet is right...

    Thanks for the feedback-sounds like vet is right on track to look at SI and back. He gets regular chiropractic, always adjusts easily and holds his adjustments well. He is not generally sore over his...
  11. Help interpret stifle flexion results...wide and out behind - SI issue or?

    Ok guys, just as the title says I could use some help with what may be the culprit here! Had the vet out to do some routine hind end flexions on one of the horses last week. He works (kind of) hard,...
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    Best websites for selling a broodmare

    I don't want to give out any details as to not come across as an ad, but what are the best websites for advertising a broodmare (WB)?

    Thanks!
  13. Thanks guys! She is definitely a powerful little...

    Thanks guys! She is definitely a powerful little fireball when she wants to be, but she is so easy to work with and very smart and willing! I know I'm biased ;) but she just makes me happy!
  14. Can I post a Brag? My first homebred's first foal! (Pics!)

    So 10 years ago when I started college we bred my once-in-a-lifetime Han. mare (Laibach/Graphit) to First Gotthard, and I ended up with a really cool little colt, who is now my really cool little...
  15. With my clients anything that is billed through...

    With my clients anything that is billed through the horse show office is split between the horses at the show (tack stalls, etc). My travel expenses are split amongst the clients at the show (so it...
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    Our local circuit does opt. time for two lowest...

    Our local circuit does opt. time for two lowest jumper classes (2'3"-2'6", and 2'6"-2'9"), and then everything from the 3' on up is speed. I very rarely see any of the scary speed-bump jumper classes...
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    I will look them up! Anyone else have any...

    I will look them up! Anyone else have any ideas?Any barns within a 30 minute drive in any direction? Thanks!
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    barns near Davenport, IA

    I have some really, really great clients of mine that are looking at possibly relocating to the Davenport IA area. Great family, and the girl is currently winning in the Childrens Jumpers, will move...
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    We bought a (lower budget) horse from him last...

    We bought a (lower budget) horse from him last year and he was nothing but very professional and nice to deal with. We were stopping by to look at the horse on the way back from a show, and due to...
  20. Thread: Pony market

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    Curious here as well....it seems the market for...

    Curious here as well....it seems the market for horses is picking up-now I have to decide exactly how/when to market the last couple ponies left for sale!
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    Thank you all so much for the replies-and please...

    Thank you all so much for the replies-and please keep them coming!

    We are located in Reno, NV-the vet clinic we have been using is Comstock Large animal, more importantly the vet/surgeon we are...
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    Torn Meniscus-talk to me!

    So one of my clients horses, a wonderful, incredibly well built athetic sane and talented 3 yr old TB was diagnosed with a torn meniscus today.

    X-rays showed narrowing of the joint space, and...
  23. Thread: thinline reins?

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    I also cant comment on any arthitis issues, but I...

    I also cant comment on any arthitis issues, but I finally sucked it up and bought a set last year, and they are amazing. Even on the horses that root/pull I don't need gloves, never get blisters, and...
  24. My boy is actually a Hanoverian-very very old...

    My boy is actually a Hanoverian-very very old bloodlines, and only 16 hands (mom was 17+, and dad was 16.3+...go figure), but he's catty and athetic and can jump the moon so it's fine by me! He's got...
  25. I swore I would never ask this....but help me pick out a bridle!

    Normally I know exactly what pieces of tack I want-but I just cannot for the life of me decide on a bridle for my horse! He's my "baby" (will be 7 next week, but he's my homebred stallion and I've...
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