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    I have ridden with the trainers at Integrity,...

    I have ridden with the trainers at Integrity, they're wonderful. I went to school in that area and almost rode with them through my college career, but decided to save my money and take a bit of a...
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    Thanks for the suggestions. Laurierace, that was...

    Thanks for the suggestions. Laurierace, that was my only concern as well, is that the tendon will not recover with him being out all the time.

    TWH Girl, these are serious colics, with...
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    WTD: Several Issues

    A little background on my horse. 13 year old OTTB, I've had him since he was 4, right off the track. Never lame, no matter what, this horse is always sound. Took me to my first show, he's been my...
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    Thank you all for the suggestions. His teeth are...

    Thank you all for the suggestions. His teeth are UTD, nothing wrong there. We haven't done the table salt to his feed lately, though we did that in 2011 due to all the issues then. He's got access...
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    Thanks for the advice. He gets grass hay when...

    Thanks for the advice. He gets grass hay when he's in his stall, but is out as much as possible. We don't think he's got adhesions or anything related to the surgery since we went for so long without...
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    The colic prone equine

    I'm at a loss with my OTTB regarding colic issues. I've had him for almost 9 years now (he's 12). Got him off the track as a project horse, ended up falling in love with him, and kept him. For the...
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    I absolutely love my Tad Coffin leather pad. Had...

    I absolutely love my Tad Coffin leather pad. Had it (and use it every ride) for 7 years and it still looks new.
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    Kathleen Caya is great, I've known her for almost...

    Kathleen Caya is great, I've known her for almost 8 years. Very hard working, easy to deal with, nice horses.
  9. Coming over here from H/J land but wanted to give...

    Coming over here from H/J land but wanted to give my two cents. I had a Stackhouse saddle, bought it used shortly after buying my horse (now 8 years ago). The saddle is now almost 20 years old and...
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    I had a similar experience a few months ago. I...

    I had a similar experience a few months ago. I have no desire to ride hunters anymore! Luckily my TB is handling the switch very well.
  11. I use so many horse products on myself. Some...

    I use so many horse products on myself. Some against my better judgement, but hey, if it works...

    I use a few different brands of all natural healing salve on myself (for everything, from ingrown...
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    I love Happenstance Farm, though I don't think...

    I love Happenstance Farm, though I don't think that they have much as far as schoolies goes, it's a pretty small operation, but very personalized.

    You should check out Palladia Farm as well, it's...
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    I love Lamplight. It's big, it's pretty, and...

    I love Lamplight. It's big, it's pretty, and they have nice big warm-up and show rings, the footing is nice (just re-did it a couple years ago I believe). I know some people that dislike it because...
  14. I'm a hunter rider like yourself, recently spent...

    I'm a hunter rider like yourself, recently spent a lot of time in a western saddle and decided I want to spend more time in a western saddle. I just recently purchased a 50-60 year old Bona Allen...
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    Restoring old saddle?

    Alright, I appreciate all your previous input on western information. I purchased an antique saddle a week ago, fit me and my horse perfectly, he went well in it, I loved the feel of the saddle,...
  16. Honestly, I would have loved to know in advance...

    Honestly, I would have loved to know in advance when a schoolie was going to be put down. Even as a young child, I was upset to arrive at the barn and hear that a favorite lesson horse had "retired...
  17. As the others have said, you're good. I ordered...

    As the others have said, you're good. I ordered from them a couple months ago (for the first time) and was very concerned because I was moving and so I was very worried that I wouldn't get it before...
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    Another vote for Happenstance Farm. Vanessa is...

    Another vote for Happenstance Farm. Vanessa is great, the turnout there is unbeatable, and it's not ridiculously expensive (compared to other places).
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    Thank you all for the tips! I'm mainly looking...

    Thank you all for the tips! I'm mainly looking to do trail riding/stuff out of the ring. I took a few western lessons over the past month and I think it will be a nice change for both horse and I. ...
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    New to western - Tips?

    I'm a hunter rider who recently fell in love with western riding. I was wondering if you could give me tips on brands for saddles, headstalls, etc., as well as tree sizing.

    1. I've heard that for...
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    Trust me, nothing wrong with this horse, aside...

    Trust me, nothing wrong with this horse, aside from being too dang smart for his own good. Trust me, nothing new, for the first couple years I owned him, he would try a different stunt on a weekly...
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    I have a couple of Walsh halters that I love. I...

    I have a couple of Walsh halters that I love. I also have one from Hilltop Leather Shop and it's beautiful. Super soft, sturdy, just a really nice halter
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    Having a pro ride/show isn't much of an option,...

    Having a pro ride/show isn't much of an option, just because of the expenses. The show thing isn't a big deal either, he will have a home with me for the rest of his life so the show record isn't...
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    I once had a trainer tell me that she was sad for...

    I once had a trainer tell me that she was sad for the horse I purchased because he had so much potential that was going to waste.

    I had another trainer who told me that "even if you rode _____...
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    Dealing with the opinionated equine?

    I've got a coming-12 year old OTTB who I've been privileged to own and for the past almost 8 years. He's a wonderful partner, great show horse, fine on the trails, always game for a gallop in the...
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