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  1. This is ALWAYS in my pocket. Grandkids get a...

    This is ALWAYS in my pocket. Grandkids get a laugh out of how I always have the knife in my pocket when Grandpa doesn't. LOL. The problem with this knife is that if you have change in your pocket,...
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    She has another ad for this same horse in a...

    She has another ad for this same horse in a different location and it states she's 15 hands.
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    This place has some great "natural type" of...

    This place has some great "natural type" of obstacles. I'd love to set up a course like this one.
    http://longbranchstable.com/page177.html

    And I've come up with a long list of obstacles to...
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    I love to dip it in some egg, then in bread...

    I love to dip it in some egg, then in bread crumbs and fry them up in some butter. Totally unhealthy but oh so good. We also will grill them in some foil with salt, pepper, butter and brown sugar.
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    Try checking with someone with the Attica Rodeo....

    Try checking with someone with the Attica Rodeo. I know alot of the guys who compete also are reiners. Someone there should be able to help point you in the right direction.

    http://atticarodeo.com/
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    This one most closely resembles mine. ...

    This one most closely resembles mine.

    http://www.wrwestern.com/HEAD01%20Headstall,%201%20ear%20Russet.JPG
  7. I bought 2 of those toys for the kids at the barn...

    I bought 2 of those toys for the kids at the barn I work at and they absolutely LOVE it. They have competitions as to who can go longest and fastest without dropping the "egg". Its a great training...
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    I bought a shaped, 1 ear bridle back in the 80's,...

    I bought a shaped, 1 ear bridle back in the 80's, that has a throat latch. I still use it today and I've never had a horse slip out of a bridle for any reason.

    This site has a couple of 1 ear...
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    I've never used one but I did find this site that...

    I've never used one but I did find this site that explains fit.

    http://www.calclassics.net/php/learn/fittingABosal.php
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    Heres a nice site that has a great checklist on...

    Heres a nice site that has a great checklist on it. Lots more than I ever need for my day rides but always better to have too much than to be missing that 1 important item.
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    Could owners of horses with Shivers please tell...

    Could owners of horses with Shivers please tell me about the first symptoms their horses presented with? What made you/your vet suspect Shivers? I actually started to notice things when he was...
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    This is me and my mare Glistening at a obstacle...

    This is me and my mare Glistening at a obstacle clinic back in 2011.

    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y111/msprague/Joann%20Long%20Obstacle%20Clinic/spiderwalk6.jpg
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    I use 2 plastic gas can and have labeled them, in...

    I use 2 plastic gas can and have labeled them, in sharpy, Water Only. I fill them both up, they don't take up that much room, and put them in the tack area of my trailer. I store them in my barn,...
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    Heres another one I found in the Horse and Rider...

    Heres another one I found in the Horse and Rider magazine.
    http://www.westernsafetystirrups.com/
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    When I was first taking my ex show horse out, I...

    When I was first taking my ex show horse out, I unload and instead of tying her up right away, I just lead her around for a bit with out fussing with her. Let her just stand around, eat some grass...
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    Poll: I'm a true blue western rider. But back in my day...

    I'm a true blue western rider. But back in my day when I took lessons and had the job riding horses at a fox hunting barn, it was all english. I can sit and ride in any saddle I put my rear end in. I...
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    I too am a Vetrolin Shine user and I can't tell...

    I too am a Vetrolin Shine user and I can't tell you how much I LOVE that stuff. My horse gleams. I love that it has a sunscreen in it to help from getting sun bleached and I love the smell of it....
  18. There was someone a while ago advertising pasture...

    There was someone a while ago advertising pasture board in Victor on craigslist. Not sure if it shows up still or not.
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    I went. It was OK, not great but OK. Lots and...

    I went. It was OK, not great but OK. Lots and lots of vendors. I saw just the ending of the prepurchase exam and just the beginning of bitting. I guess I was expecting more. I was actually a bit...
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    Mason sand is way too fine for that. I highly...

    Mason sand is way too fine for that. I highly recommend abrasive sand. Its the sand they use on the roads in the winter. Its a bit corser and dirtier than concrete sand and cheaper. I work in a sand...
  21. Young rider lost her life in a riding accident

    This is a local gal. I don't know her at all, but my thoughts are with her family. Very tragic. :(
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    Being in the sand and gravel business, I HIGHLY...

    Being in the sand and gravel business, I HIGHLY recommend using crusher run. Its not a gravel stone but a limestone product. So it has the sharper edges for less movement and will pack down like...
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    We actually have alot of trainers here that do...

    We actually have alot of trainers here that do training for competive trail type of stuff. But very few that train the equitation side of it. Which I feel is a VERY important part of training for...
  24. Thank you all for your responses and PM's. I will...

    Thank you all for your responses and PM's. I will pass it all on to her. You've been very helpful and confirmed some trainers that I have found myself for her.
  25. Looking for Schooling barns near Rochester, NY

    A friend of mine has a horse she'd like to school over some eventing type courses. Are there any barns around that offer some clinics or courses that they can school at? She doesn't have anything at...
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