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  1. Thread: Zones!

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    Which Zone? Depending on the Zone the best...

    Which Zone? Depending on the Zone the best "strategy" could vary. Also, in some Zones the Stirrup Cup Finals might be a good (cheaper) alternative.
  2. South Central PA: Endure unless trail riding...

    South Central PA:
    Endure unless trail riding then Deep Woods Off which does well for horse flies and deer flies and "green heads".
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    Gotmypony has it. Wave on your way past...

    Gotmypony has it. Wave on your way past Harrisburg and good luck!
  4. I'd walk away. I'd actually be less concerned in...

    I'd walk away. I'd actually be less concerned in an older sound in work horse. As an 8yo life could well get in the way and if you'd look to sell him those radiographs would turn off your biggest...
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    Weather here in PA is miserable as well. We have...

    Weather here in PA is miserable as well. We have the luxury of lots of venues to show with great footing but the ring at home is hard. I showed last weekend and no more until September. It was...
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    Dying horses unfortunately sometimes don't go...

    Dying horses unfortunately sometimes don't go peacefully. They can seize and fall and unintentionally injure people or themselves with no one around to help. I'd take one last perfect day and let...
  7. I second Chief2's suggestion. Equiderma is...

    I second Chief2's suggestion. Equiderma is awesome! I have no affiliation with the company but it is really effective and easy to use. It is essentially micronized chlorhexidine. How it is so...
  8. It's so hard to lose the good ones. You did the...

    It's so hard to lose the good ones. You did the right thing for her. <Hugs>
  9. Dave Landolfi is the best in the area I've worked...

    Dave Landolfi is the best in the area I've worked with. He's kept my guys in great shape over the years and does a lot of complex work in the region. For the truly 5+ complicated consider hauling...
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    Our 30 lb Corgi tore his, diagnosed as complete...

    Our 30 lb Corgi tore his, diagnosed as complete by our local vet and a big name/volume referral center. Had a TTA. It was awful. Over mobilized his tibia which then fractured as did his fibula. ...
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    A second for Laura Leroy.

    A second for Laura Leroy.
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    On COTH advice a while back on stained/stinky...

    On COTH advice a while back on stained/stinky Talent Yarns I switched to warm from cold with a splash of detergent and OxyClean. Big improvement going to warm from cold and no damage.
  13. My Edgewood finally stopped bleeding, it only...

    My Edgewood finally stopped bleeding, it only took ten years. Thankfully I've never had a grey. I prefer the Vespucci. Softer, no bleeding, except some glue and compared to the dye from the...
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    Relish the 6 good months as a likely expensive...

    Relish the 6 good months as a likely expensive lesson learned. Horses are heartbreaking, putting aside the potential lack of disclosure.
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    http://www.bitofbritain.com/Kerrits-Ice-Fil-Tech-S...

    http://www.bitofbritain.com/Kerrits-Ice-Fil-Tech-Short-Sleeve-p/3797.htm

    And, an extra 20% off for the 4th
  16. Brookledge is local to us, or was until they got...

    Brookledge is local to us, or was until they got so big. With a full load they'll take great care of your horses (and stuff). Same caveat as others mentioned for us little folks with one or two to...
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    No input but some cyber support. Our Corgi tore...

    No input but some cyber support. Our Corgi tore an ACL playing frisbee, had surgery by the "top notch" referral surgeon and had months of terrible complications. Then tore the other ACL. Took a...
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    I got one from Foster Smith, surprisingly nice...

    I got one from Foster Smith, surprisingly nice quality for the cost.
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    Disapproving Corgis ;)

    Disapproving Corgis ;)
  20. For anyone interested I found a link on the...

    For anyone interested I found a link on the Franktown Meadows FB page, need a LiveStream account but I have it up and running. It seems quite windy.
  21. Bumping up. Anybody able to get on?

    Bumping up. Anybody able to get on?
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    If you have doubts, walk away. There are plenty...

    If you have doubts, walk away. There are plenty of horses out there. Usually a sketchy background is just that, trust your gut.
  23. I am in PA and found my 2+1 in OK. Had some...

    I am in PA and found my 2+1 in OK. Had some custom features perfect for me but undesirable in OK. Getting it was an adventure with lots of due diligence and some nervous moments but I love my...
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    Thanks for the advice on warm water. Did a MUCH...

    Thanks for the advice on warm water. Did a MUCH better job after a very hot, sweaty, dusty long horse show Saturday cleaning up my talent yarn.
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    I've heard good things about Matt Hillegas but...

    I've heard good things about Matt Hillegas but haven't seen his work. I use Dave Landolfi, he is awesome. Does lots of corrective work and glue ons. For simpler needs try Scott Kohler.
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