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    JanWeber, thanks for your concern. I am...

    JanWeber, thanks for your concern. I am confident in my ability to find an appropriate home for this horse, although I am sure it may take some time. I have rescued and rehomed quite a few horses...
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    Hanoverian Free to Good Home - OHIO

    Very sweet, older warmblood gelding for free to good home. Loves to free jump, lunge or ground drive, but cannot be ridden. Gets along with anyone in the pasture, easy to handle and very polite. Very...
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    I think the mare is gorgeous, and I think the...

    I think the mare is gorgeous, and I think the price is maybe a little high. Maybe not. I havent seen her move. However, in selling OTTBs in the past, I have found the chestnut mares much harder to...
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    Honestly, all I had to do was watch some of their...

    Honestly, all I had to do was watch some of their videos online of horses being ridden on the forehand and in waayyy too tight draw reins to know that I wasn't interested in buying from them. It's...
  5. I think for $7500 i expect the horse to have a...

    I think for $7500 i expect the horse to have a decent lead change. Especially, since he is not registered, and you really don't know what he is, or likely where he came from. I'm currently selling...
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    I have used the knee brace on myself, and after...

    I have used the knee brace on myself, and after finding out that it worked, very well, I started used them on my horses. I have the saddle pad as well as the "back pad" (almost like a quarter...
  7. I have to say I have definitely had that thought...

    I have to say I have definitely had that thought too. But, he does make a valid point. Even if the fence is small and doesn't "require" that level of effort, it really doesn't make the way that...
  8. Imported Wielkopolski/Polish wamblood - Rescue Horse - Up for Adoption

    I rescued this very sweet and kind gelding from a horrible situation about two years ago. I am in college right now, and really can no longer afford to keep him. I am no longer working and with the...
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    I think it's fine if you keep it simple and...

    I think it's fine if you keep it simple and tasteful. Each of my horses has a white baby pad with his/her name on it in either navy blue or hunter green script (Small writing), and I use them to...
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    I had a really bold jumper, who eventually turned...

    I had a really bold jumper, who eventually turned into borderline dangerously bold event horse. He would do very helpful things like lock in on a jump we weren't going to, and attempt to drag me to...
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    Seriously? First of all lip chaining is really...

    Seriously? First of all lip chaining is really not that harsh, and I assure you there will be no permanent effects. I have had many horses who didn't enjoy being clipped, and after being lip...
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    This is true, I used to ride in the old school...

    This is true, I used to ride in the old school TS's but I've since switched to Ariats. They are extemely comfortable, very flattering and classy looking, and I've worn mine a million times, they...
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    I bought myself the knee brace after breaking my...

    I bought myself the knee brace after breaking my leg and tearing my MCL. It would get sore and inflamed after riding. It helped immensely. I now have the bell boots, wraps, saddle pad and back...
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    I know you think you've ruled out pain...but it...

    I know you think you've ruled out pain...but it almost always comes down to some sort of pain or fear induced behavior. I retired my jumper about a year ago, because after many years of showing, he...
  15. Hmmm...yeah, I own a boarding facility and we...

    Hmmm...yeah, I own a boarding facility and we are in the process of re-footing our ring also. I would NEVER ask my boarders to pay for this. In fact, I'd be embarrassed to even consider it. The...
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    Also...if you're paying for full care board, then...

    Also...if you're paying for full care board, then why aren't they providing bedding? I actually own a boarding facility, and this stuff drives me crazy!
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    I absolutely cannot live without daily turnout. ...

    I absolutely cannot live without daily turnout. No, I don't mean 15 minutes in the indoor arena, alone, while his stall is cleaned. I mean several hours per day for my horse to socialize with...
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    To answer some of your questions...

    Yes, I have given up on letting others ride him, for now. It seems to just make things worse, and not better, and for where he is at in his training (mostly flatwork), I can do it myself.

    I'm...
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    Is there such thing as prozac for horses?

    This is a very long story, so I will try to condense..

    About a year ago, I was looking at young warmblood hunter/jumper prospects, when I got a tip on a "warmblood liquidation" (for lack of a...
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    Yup, been there several times now. When I was a...

    Yup, been there several times now. When I was a teenager I worked part time for barn owner where I boarded. I started to notice that my trainer would check off training rides on my friend's horse...
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    I highly recommend a chiropractor. If after a...

    I highly recommend a chiropractor. If after a few sessions, you don't see improvement, I would see a vet. Mrsbradbury is right, there is a reason your horse is doing this, and if it's not...
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    I agree, I think you eq looks good overall, but I...

    I agree, I think you eq looks good overall, but I would work on a more generous release.
  23. I love my Edgewood, very classic look and supple...

    I love my Edgewood, very classic look and supple leather. They also last forever, as long as you take decent care of them. Got a great deal on mine on eBay. My WB is also large headed and in that...
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    I too would get an x-ray. Depending where the...

    I too would get an x-ray. Depending where the splint is, it can continure to be a problem and cause your horse pain. My horse popped a decent sized splint last winter, vet xrayed, and sent xrays to...
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    LOVE THIS!
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