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    The boarder is NOT paying, seems to be...

    The boarder is NOT paying, seems to be underwater, and is in dire straits... I really don't imagine she's going to hire a lawyer and start fighting about whether there's metadata to show she got and...
  2. Unless your mare is unusual in some way, I would...

    Unless your mare is unusual in some way, I would be leery that there's a scam element to the non-US buyer. Unless you're talking Canada? If not US or Canada, I would suspect that's a scammer unless...
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    Same here. I don't use oats but I buy crimped...

    Same here. I don't use oats but I buy crimped barley. Its $13 for a 50lb bag. Normal complete feeds are closer to $20ish per bag. IIRC oats were priced similarly to barley.
  4. This was answered upthread. OP was given a...

    This was answered upthread. OP was given a Cosequin container and told it was the horse's "joint supplement." She later discovered it actually contained bute powder rather than Cosequin powder.
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    Well, me either!

    Well, me either!
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    Huh? That's odd. They seem relatively common at...

    Huh? That's odd. They seem relatively common at feed stores around here.

    I do NOT think you want to food process a couple pounds of feed a day. Even gringing flax in a coffee grinder gets old...
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    That is undoubtedly more work than just buying...

    That is undoubtedly more work than just buying crimped though ;)
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    I would just buy steamed/rolled/crimped oats?! I...

    I would just buy steamed/rolled/crimped oats?! I feed crimped barley. Easy peasy, horse loves it, no soaking, digestible, cannot sprout. Even feeding one horse (whose diet is only partially the...
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    Smooths and roughs are both nice!! Really the...

    Smooths and roughs are both nice!! Really the same dog, just wearing slightly different outfits
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    The new Beval bridles are junk. They are glued...

    The new Beval bridles are junk. They are glued together and sealed with some plasticy stuff on the edges.


    *sad*
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    Maryland Tack Exchange and Rick's Heritage are...

    Maryland Tack Exchange and Rick's Heritage are also sites with large selections
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    You see a lot of forward flaps on the brands of...

    You see a lot of forward flaps on the brands of saddles more appealing to the eventing crowd (County, Albion, Black Country, etc.) so I think you'll be able to find a forward flap if you're patient...
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    That is him trying to use mind control to make me...

    That is him trying to use mind control to make me give the treat. It worked ;)
  14. I don't think the rider was up walking around and...

    I don't think the rider was up walking around and hanging out at the show between the fall and being taken off in the ambulance. OP doesn't say that occurred?!
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    Good breeders are genetic testing

    Good breeders are genetic testing
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    I meant a rough collie but half the herding group...

    I meant a rough collie but half the herding group meets the criteria
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    I am VERY BIASED on this front but you know... ...

    I am VERY BIASED on this front but you know...

    <<40 - 70 lbs.
    medium double coat - easy to care for and nice to cuddle. The sort of coat where the dirt just falls out, but it still needs weekly...
  18. Because I don't generally go around climbing or...

    Because I don't generally go around climbing or getting flung off things at home. I rarely do anything that puts me at risk for being flung to the ground. But if I was on the roof and fell off, yeah,...
  19. Don't we want people to be cautious about...

    Don't we want people to be cautious about potentially devastating injuries? Isn't that a good thing? I think a few cut clothes and a bill is better than going home to bed and never waking up :(


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    But how can you make money at the flea market if...

    But how can you make money at the flea market if you do that?
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    IME these are kind of A frame-y. I have yet to...

    IME these are kind of A frame-y. I have yet to see them not bridge at least a LITTLE. Would not be my pick for a "shape that fits a lot of horses."
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    That is tall. Liger syndrome maybe ;) You...

    That is tall. Liger syndrome maybe ;)

    You never know what you're going to get with crossbreds. At the dog park there are a variety of golden doodles. All are allegedly the offspring of a standard...
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    https://www.instagram.com/p/BG6hNrhQE0L/?taken-by=...

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BG6hNrhQE0L/?taken-by=vxf111
    On the right
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    it sounds like you're doing your research and...

    it sounds like you're doing your research and that you're on the right track. I didn't catch earlier that you wanted to do agility (if I read correctly, you are). I think one GREAT path, if that's...
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    I don't think I am passionate about rescue? I...

    I don't think I am passionate about rescue? I didn't get my dog from a rescue? On my very first post I suggested she buy a dog from a breeder if that's what she really wants?! I plan on buying my...
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