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  1. Same idea on the cannon keratosis here. I...

    Same idea on the cannon keratosis here. I personally like gentle (soft curry) washing with dilute Betadine solution 1-2 oz. in a gallon of warm water. I've always had it clear up in a couple days...
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    Diabetes?

    Diabetes?
  3. I personally don't consider this a bad option for...

    I personally don't consider this a bad option for you.
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    It was a pain in the butt to do, however, one...

    It was a pain in the butt to do, however, one half day, then some recovery time, then no more problems. Constantly fighting the problem is much more of a pain than just getting it done is.
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    CleanTrax cleaned up my horse's feet. They were...

    CleanTrax cleaned up my horse's feet. They were really bad. It's sort of a pain to use, it took me half a day to do all 4 of his feet with no shortcuts.

    It's been 5 years and I've not needed to...
  6. I can't find the one I think you're looking for...

    I can't find the one I think you're looking for but here are a couple of others. Note if you will that the level of riding would probably be considered sub par by some standards. ;) :lol:
    ...
  7. I'm was kind of leaning toward that conclusion...

    I'm was kind of leaning toward that conclusion myself. :lol:
  8. I call them organ donors.

    I call them organ donors.
  9. No, no I really don't need to ask myself why...

    No, no I really don't need to ask myself why other riders (discipline notwithstanding) don't wear helmets. I'm just going with option A.

    What I do care about is people actively shaming those who...
  10. [QUOTE=GhR009;8733509]I know a number of ranchers...

    [QUOTE=GhR009;8733509]I know a number of ranchers who have ridden in rough country for decades without helmets and without significant injuries. I also know a number of trail riders who have done so....
  11. Since we've mentioned horses and unexpected...

    Since we've mentioned horses and unexpected events, does anyone know where to find the clip of the (unmanned) parachute that landed in what I think was the middle of a dressage test? I've seen it...
  12. Some of us actually have something worth...

    Some of us actually have something worth protecting. Others not so much apparently.
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    I pay about $29.00 for a bag of Essential K,...

    I pay about $29.00 for a bag of Essential K, $32.50 for the Essential K GC plus. I ask to have it delivered with the barn order.
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    I kind of think that a "give away" with...

    I kind of think that a "give away" with stipulations that the horse cannot be sold or given to anyone else, and that he must be returned to the original owner sounds a whole lot like a free lease.
    ...
  15. You're feeding her the equivalent of Milk of...

    You're feeding her the equivalent of Milk of Magnesia and MoM is marketed as a laxative.

    I'd reduce the amount you're giving her and let her adjust to it a little at a time. Increase it to the...
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    achilles tendinitis

    Achilles tendinitis. I've got it, probably from riding. Ice helps as does vetrap in a light compression bandage. NSAIDS are helping some.

    I'm not going to be able to ride this coming week anyway...
  17. Personally I think it looks like it's healing...

    Personally I think it looks like it's healing quite well. If the bandage is sticking to the scab get yourself some Adaptic...
  18. Shaman. The word is used for...

    Shaman. The word is used for healers/spiritualists of either sex. Or you could call her Kahuna which would totally confuse a lot of people.
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    Once you get the rubbing issue solved, McCauley's...

    Once you get the rubbing issue solved, McCauley's BioTime biotin supplement will help her grow the tail back.

    My horse has been on it for several years now. I got it originally for his feet but...
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    I think $10.00/day (or $5.00/dose) is reasonable....

    I think $10.00/day (or $5.00/dose) is reasonable. If it's a long term treatment the owner might discover that doing one of the doses herself is possible.

    Short term I would be happy to pay the...
  21. I'm sorry to see that she has died, but I'm glad...

    I'm sorry to see that she has died, but I'm glad knowing that her last couple of months were spent with people who cared for her and loved her. Her life came close to ending very differently.
  22. I'd fire them as clients. Let them find someone...

    I'd fire them as clients. Let them find someone else, or after a while, nobody else.

    Although I wouldn't, as a general rule, hit a horse in the face, if a horse slammed his head into me like you...
  23. My old Stubben Siegfried developed that line. It...

    My old Stubben Siegfried developed that line. It was still perfectly sound. That's the only saddle I've ever regretted selling.
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    Probably a stupid question, but was she wormed...

    Probably a stupid question, but was she wormed with Ivermectin?

    It also reminds me of the exit hole made by a warble fly.
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    Thanks. I'm working through a bag of cool...

    Thanks. I'm working through a bag of cool calories now but I'm going to give the HorseTech product a try when I need the next batch.
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