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    Here is the facebook page about the fundraiser: ...

    Here is the facebook page about the fundraiser:

    https://www.facebook.com/events/868638036481096/
  2. "So I think this could be possible, but just not...

    "So I think this could be possible, but just not in the flat terms of the letter. We may be looking at this from a modern view, not the common view of THAT time period. Some stuff was so common, no...
  3. I guess one of the reasons that has me not...

    I guess one of the reasons that has me not dismissing the tying of horses to a soldier's leg, is that staking them, to the ground of on a line is not quick if you have to move in a moment's notice. ...
  4. Hmmm..probable, no. Possible, yes. Although...

    Hmmm..probable, no. Possible, yes. Although hobbling was the preferred method, there are letters of scouts sleeping in the saddle, and or on the ground with their horse staked close or held onto. ...
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    #8!
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    I could not find anything that legally states...

    I could not find anything that legally states that blue paint in PA is No Trespassing. Anyone know of a link or where to find the info?
  7. This may or may not be true. It depends on the...

    This may or may not be true. It depends on the person, mileage, etc. My calves are much more defined but haven't "bulked" out, nor have I had to buy new boots. I run (on average) 5-6 miles a day.
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    Manentail you are talking about GPR or Ground...

    Manentail you are talking about GPR or Ground Penetrating Radar which could be helpful in this instance or not. Not sure where you are, but at the very least it would give you the size of the...
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    My horse does not sneeze or cough but he is a...

    My horse does not sneeze or cough but he is a head shaker. He is a lot like your guy, 17h OTTB and will stop when I growl at him (normally just so I can get his fly mask on). However, this does...
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    Well done! You both look wonderful.

    Well done! You both look wonderful.
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    Yes, EnduroEvent. The incorrect spelling scares...

    Yes, EnduroEvent. The incorrect spelling scares me a bit, since I feed it myself ;o)
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    It is the grain, Enduraevent.

    It is the grain, Enduraevent.
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    If I am not in the barn on hot days, I am often...

    If I am not in the barn on hot days, I am often in the field digging holes (I'm an archaeologist). The best thing I have found is to constantly drink water, or cut Gatorade with water and...
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    He was like this before the injury, he just isn't...

    He was like this before the injury, he just isn't able to hide it as well.
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    I would think you would assume all costs. If she...

    I would think you would assume all costs. If she has her own place, but he is with you because you want him, then I would think you pay the cost of his care.

    I would be careful with the use of...
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    I swing one for days at a time for work and I...

    I swing one for days at a time for work and I second the Army Surplus. I have a really nice military one. The ones they sell at Lowe's or HD are horrible. They are light weight (which actually does...
  17. I do think that they are too far back, and would...

    I do think that they are too far back, and would not take the chance placing studs in those holes. But, I also agree with RiverBendPol that you might want to talk to your farrier why s/he placed...
  18. It is also amazing that people take criticism...

    It is also amazing that people take criticism (real or not) so personally.
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    I have a horse that used to do this. He is an...

    I have a horse that used to do this. He is an OTTB, but that had nothing to do with it. I bought him from someone who was scared of him, so everytime he put an eyelash out of place he was...
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    Dave Kumpf. What do you want to know.

    Dave Kumpf. What do you want to know.
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    Love it!

    Love it!
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    For anyone getting more than a handful, I feed...

    For anyone getting more than a handful, I feed after.
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    Happy that she is feeling better!

    Happy that she is feeling better!
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    Scratches is not abnormal in a dark horse. I...

    Scratches is not abnormal in a dark horse. I agree in my experience lighter legs are more sensitive, but definitely not abnormal in dark horses. I saw it all the time as a vet tech. Especially...
  25. Sorry, I'm laughing too! I did that last year,...

    Sorry, I'm laughing too! I did that last year, you are not alone!
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