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    Cool free videos!

    You have to sign up, but it's free.

    Looks like some cool stuff from riders/trainers I admire.
    https://www.spalding-labs.com/spalding_media/default.aspx
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    What is it exactly that you trying to learn? ...

    What is it exactly that you trying to learn?

    If it's "ground work" that every single one of the NHS guys teach the same thing, which is essentially to communicate with the horse in it's own...
  3. What's a "float?" Also, horses can & do...

    What's a "float?"

    Also, horses can & do "reason" but their reasoning sometimes is rather hit & miss. For instance some horses are absolutely brilliant at opening gates & latches. And horses in a...
  4. They don't forget...it's just that the power of...

    They don't forget...it's just that the power of the correction is greatly diluted if you wait. They don't forget they've bitten you -- it's just if you wait too long, they don't get the connection...
  5. This is waaay too complicated a subject to ...

    This is waaay too complicated a subject to explain in one post on a BB. But to say it briefly "whatever you are doing, you are not doing correctly." You may be giving to many treats. Your timing...
  6. I know I am in the minority here, but I was very...

    I know I am in the minority here, but I was very underwhelmed with Rejuvenaide. I gave it for 6 weeks and yes, the foal straightened out some...but I have the feeling he would have straightened out...
  7. Good point! I just skimmed the post, but you are...

    Good point! I just skimmed the post, but you are correct -- it is the extensor tendon that is in danger. Perhaps the OP misunderstood?
  8. Read my post. I guarantee you it is a VERY real...

    Read my post. I guarantee you it is a VERY real danger if the contracture is bad enough.
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    Wow! This gives me hope. I have a (coming) 22 yr...

    Wow! This gives me hope. I have a (coming) 22 yr old Arabian who has had 5 wonderful foals for me. I haven't even tried breeding her in 6 yrs but prior to that she always caught first cycle and...
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    Darn! I thought it was a video of George Morris...

    Darn! I thought it was a video of George Morris galloping :winkgrin: Cute foal though....
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    So wonderful to hear she is doing better. Please...

    So wonderful to hear she is doing better. Please keep us posted...Still sending those jingles her way.
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    Yes, I was looking at that! Have you used it?...

    Yes, I was looking at that! Have you used it? What did you think?
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    Well, I think most people would advise "nothing"...

    Well, I think most people would advise "nothing" then. And while the leg is proclaimed sound, all I''m saying is that with so many stallions to choose from, your boy having that issue AND being a TB...
  14. Depending on the severity of the contracture,...

    Depending on the severity of the contracture, this can be a real danger. I had a filly foal rupture her extensor tendon at 3 days because I let her out for 10 mins while I cleaned the stall.

    She...
  15. Exactly -- that's a wonderful idea for a 3-4 yr...

    Exactly -- that's a wonderful idea for a 3-4 yr old in training. For a baby not even 2 yet -- forget it!
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    My apologies. Of course that makes her a breeder.

    My apologies. Of course that makes her a breeder.
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    Actually, it's all true...if someone cares they...

    Actually, it's all true...if someone cares they can look up the thread. It was regarding linebreeding IIRC and you were holding forth with your expert opinion on how ill-advised it was, and how...
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    I think you are making the right decision. Follow...

    I think you are making the right decision. Follow the thread on "New Decision in Holstein" for the discussion on TBs being used in WB breeding in Europe.

    Uphill battle. Also (for me), even though...
  19. As previously stated, ALL the young colts going...

    As previously stated, ALL the young colts going through the licensing/testing are being asked to do the same jobs.

    And they are not even technically stallions.

    Perhaps Kareen or Fannie Mae can...
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    You mean -- unlike some other posters? :winkgrin:

    You mean -- unlike some other posters? :winkgrin:
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    I can say this because GrayArabPony has me on...

    I can say this because GrayArabPony has me on ignore. But I always think it's hilarious that this poster acts like such an expert in all matters equine when
    1.) she has not bred a single horse
    2.)...
  22. ^^^^^Thanks Donna!! I'll check it out.

    ^^^^^Thanks Donna!! I'll check it out.
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    Pedigree software

    Looking for either a software program that will let you track pedigrees/breedings/hypothetical matings, etc.

    Can be either something I purchase or a service that is online I can use....like...
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    Pedigree software

    Looking for either a software program that will let you track pedigrees/breedings/hypothetical matings, etc.

    Can be either something I purchase or a service that is online I can use.

    Here is...
  25. Holy smoke!! SEVEN pups in a 12 lb dog?!?!?!:eek:...

    Holy smoke!! SEVEN pups in a 12 lb dog?!?!?!:eek:

    What breed was she?
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