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    I am using a pair of Thinlines in the cooler...

    I am using a pair of Thinlines in the cooler weather but when it gets hot will switch to the Majyk
  2. Mari Winsor for over 10 years now and even used...

    Mari Winsor for over 10 years now and even used it to rehab myself after back surgery
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    I had one in 2008 and was riding after 3 months....

    I had one in 2008 and was riding after 3 months. I started rehabbing myself with Pilates after the first two weeks. At some point I will have to have another one above it but it isn't warranted at...
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    I sent you a PM

    I sent you a PM
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    I use the turnouts for everyday use.

    I use the turnouts for everyday use.
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    Quillin is my "go to" for over 15 years and they...

    Quillin is my "go to" for over 15 years and they have great customer service!
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    I bought these when I got my new Dehners...

    I bought these when I got my new Dehners
    https://www.smartpakequine.com/equifit-heel-lifts-11082pb
    They worked quite well for me while I waited for my boots to drop a bit.
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    Foot Free Stirrups Irons

    Does anyone know where I can buy the white pads for these? I love these stirrups but need to replace the pads and have only found black ones so far.
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    Dehner still makes them...

    Dehner still makes them
    http://www.dehner.com/customize.html
  10. Quillins photos are pretty accurate. I have had a...

    Quillins photos are pretty accurate. I have had a few of their turnout halters throughout the years and they hold up and look nice. Whenever I have needed one repaired Ralph and the gang are prompt...
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    I agree with poltroon. Try a mullen mouth . Some...

    I agree with poltroon. Try a mullen mouth . Some horse do not like jointed bits period. The waterford will keep him from leaning but it also may have him not really accepting the bit for contact. I...
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    I second this. I sold my Antares through her a...

    I second this. I sold my Antares through her a couple of years back. She even told me that I wasn't asking enough for my saddle! I still peruse her site looking for a second saddle.
  13. Thread: HITS Arizona

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    Feb can be nice but it can also be rainy. The...

    Feb can be nice but it can also be rainy. The shows are at the fairgrounds and it is wide open so it can also be windy. Stalls are concrete bldgs with wood stalls, footing is good. There isn't a huge...
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    I just assumed that "loss of rein" was loss of...

    I just assumed that "loss of rein" was loss of contact unless otherwise decided by those judging, ie asking for dismount or a long rein at a walk etc
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    What is the exact definition of "loss of rein" in...

    What is the exact definition of "loss of rein" in regard to this rule or is there one?
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    Ok if you are serious then there is also a proper...

    Ok if you are serious then there is also a proper way to dismount to switch horses. If you are to the point where you have to use your stick you are out of the ribbons anyway.

    It is the way we...
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    Now you are just being silly- lol

    Now you are just being silly- lol
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    From one who owns a PO horse RUN!!! They do not...

    From one who owns a PO horse
    RUN!!!
    They do not regenerate coffin bones!
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    Exactly!

    Exactly!
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    I was taught back in the 60's that you were...

    I was taught back in the 60's that you were judged from the time you entered the gate until you left and you did not take your hand off of the rein in the line up or as you walked out from a round in...
  21. Here is a recent thread on this. I bought the...

    Here is a recent thread on this. I bought the Majyk Equipe.
    http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?441593-I-hate-to-ask-again-but-open-front-boots&highlight=open+front+boots

    Plus Dover...
  22. I have a mare with it and the only thing I have...

    I have a mare with it and the only thing I have found that manages it easily is ISP Wonder Ointment. Anything with sulphur or coal tar does pretty good it's justa little more work.
  23. I agree with SnicklefritzG. It's all about your...

    I agree with SnicklefritzG. It's all about your core. I esp like her #1 and I do that when I first get on my horse and am walking them around. I am a big fan of Mari Winsor Pilates and have been...
  24. I have never had a problem with them and just put...

    I have never had a problem with them and just put in a new order last night.
  25. My tale won't be encouraging. My homebred...

    My tale won't be encouraging. My homebred developed PO, broke a wing on her coffin bone and will never be able to do more than trailride if that. She is pasture sound a lot of the time. She has no...
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