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    I would also worry about the head pressing.

    I would also worry about the head pressing.
  2. Poll: OP, it is nice to see someone that doesn't start...

    OP, it is nice to see someone that doesn't start making excuses or get defensive when posters truthfully answer their questions. I'll give you major props for that. It shows a degree of maturity that...
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    I was thinking Dutch Harness Horse but was unsure...

    I was thinking Dutch Harness Horse but was unsure myself…
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    I'm going to preface this by saying I don't mean...

    I'm going to preface this by saying I don't mean to sound harsh, or to offend you, or that I think you are a bad person.

    That being said, the fact that you think its OK to have allowed him to...
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    Ulcergard/gastrogard is the only FDA approved...

    Ulcergard/gastrogard is the only FDA approved omeprazole for horses right now. Horse Pre-Race has no guarantee that it contains the dose of omeprazole that is on the label, or that it is actually...
  6. If she has access to a horse that jumps, is she...

    If she has access to a horse that jumps, is she still just going to try to jump it herself, even if she is getting regular lessons somewhere else?

    Any chance there is a trainer that would be...
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    The cheaper brands can sometimes have practically...

    The cheaper brands can sometimes have practically no fill. Not to stereotype, I don't know the people that leased this horse out, but I find that people that buy them generally are newbies and don't...
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    Honestly, you should be able to wrap with...

    Honestly, you should be able to wrap with anything-- quilts, no-bows, sheet cottons. You do have to adjust your technique slightly with each, but it only takes practice to learn how to use them....
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    What does your vet think is the cause?

    What does your vet think is the cause?
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    I feel like a lot of people using them at the...

    I feel like a lot of people using them at the lower levels are doing it more for fashion and less for use as a functional piece of tack. These people are usually the ones that automatically throw on...
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    I agree, this doesn't sound like botulism....

    I agree, this doesn't sound like botulism. Botulism causes flaccid paralysis. The fact that we was walking, standing, and having muscle contractions does not make sense. A seizure would make you...
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    As others have said, if you are concerned, it...

    As others have said, if you are concerned, it certainly won't hurt to stop jumping and just focus on the flatwork for a couple weeks.

    What you are describing does not sound like navicular...
  13. As others have said, most of these "rules" aren't...

    As others have said, most of these "rules" aren't true PC rules.

    1) feeding treats by hand: at one point, this was actually on one of the D-level test sheets
    2) figure-8 bridle: not a rule, and...
  14. Does your vet know the location? If they are...

    Does your vet know the location? If they are concerned about the bursa, they may want to see it sooner.
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    Picture?

    Picture?
  16. It's the style. You see that with all...

    It's the style. You see that with all disciplines, especially as you move up the levels. Dressage is mostly the penguin suit, with white pad (this has obviously changed a bit and you see a little...
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    Except the oral mucosa is a different type of...

    Except the oral mucosa is a different type of tissue and is easier to penetrate.
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    JackieBlue brings up some good points. ...

    JackieBlue brings up some good points.

    Transdermal medications are very difficult to make. Penetrating the skin is actually quite difficult, and not everything can be added to DMSO and still...
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    Is she naturally lazy? Horses can maintain their...

    Is she naturally lazy? Horses can maintain their energy level on low-energy diets if they are getting the appropriate levels of nutrients. Which, if she is fat, probably means she needs fewer...
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    OP, are you relatively new to horses or their...

    OP, are you relatively new to horses or their care? No offense intended by that question (we have ALL been there… especially those of us, like myself, that didn't grow up with horses)! I just feel...
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    Oh my, I had no idea you could do neon zebra...

    Oh my, I had no idea you could do neon zebra stripes! All the ones I've seen have been tooled leather with or without studs.

    Actually, if they market them right, I could see some of the English...
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    Barrel horse halters

    A bit of a random, probably dumb, question. I have always wondered why barrel horses often wear the wide-noseband halters. I think the only time I have seen those used (in my very limited experience...
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    I think this is a good idea. Also continue the...

    I think this is a good idea. Also continue the acupuncture, that can help with wind-up pain.
  24. Instead of worrying what the head is doing during...

    Instead of worrying what the head is doing during a hind end lameness, why not just watch the hips/sacrum and diagnose it that way… that is how it is usually diagnosed by vets. And fetlock drop and...
  25. If you can afford it, I'd just do the scan. I...

    If you can afford it, I'd just do the scan. I think you will be throwing away money at this point chasing specific diagnoses.

    (I think its in the spine, but am interested to hear what the final...
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