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    They won't be housed in a biosphere at the...

    They won't be housed in a biosphere at the airport, according to the Wall St. Journal article: Competing horses arriving at Rio’s international airport will effectively enter a protective...
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    Another thought: there must be riding...

    Another thought: there must be riding clubs/groups in your broad area - Dressage GMO's, Arabian clubs, H/J groups, etc. Put out feelers and see what demand exists.
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    OP - Just thinking about the barn where I board;...

    OP - Just thinking about the barn where I board; we had a clinic this past weekend. "BNT" dressage clinic. The first day we needed nine stalls for outsiders; the second day we needed 12 (two...
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    My first reaction to the OP's post was to the "my...

    My first reaction to the OP's post was to the "my trainer prefers white" phrase Unless the trainer is doing my horse's laundry, they get no say in schooling pads. :no:
    I'm going to search through...
  5. This makes me feel better. I've never felt right...

    This makes me feel better. I've never felt right about too much moving room, then occasionally had a guilt twinge when seeing people w/horses in open stock type trailers.
  6. This makes me feel better. I've never felt right...

    This makes me feel better. I've never felt right about too much moving room, then occasionally had a guilt twinge when seeing people w/horses in open stock type trailers.
  7. 1. Don't stop advertising current horse until...

    1. Don't stop advertising current horse until you have a committed buyer.

    2. I think you will find very few sellers who will do any kind of installment payment plan or a lease to own. Too...
  8. I find it somewhat odd that a judge would say...

    I find it somewhat odd that a judge would say this statement in quite this way and it leaves a bad taste.

    But... if the statement were changed slightly - such as: " I gave collective higher...
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    He was about 10 weeks old, got him from a...

    He was about 10 weeks old, got him from a shelter. He had been adopted by young girl who saw a sign driving by a farm. Got home and her mother said "no you can't have a big dog". So to the shelter...
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    my mare had colic surgery twice for displacement...

    my mare had colic surgery twice for displacement of the large colon. The events were about 8 months apart. Both "simple" surgeries - open up, correct the position of the colon, close her up. ...
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    [/I] I had one of these dogs. He was...

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    I had one of these dogs. He was Coonhound/Shepherd mix, 70 lbs, shep brain, the happiest, goofiest dog I've ever owned. He loved EVERYBODY with great enthusiasm. He had the size and the...
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    I had one of these for a year. His problems were...

    I had one of these for a year. His problems were both on the ground and under tack. Long list including such things as basic as hanging his turnout blanket on hook by stall so it could drip dry -...
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    I'm in the "never too soon" camp. When you...

    I'm in the "never too soon" camp. When you lose a dear old friend it leaves a big hole in your heart and your life. This is true even with a second dog in the house...New dog is first IMO a...
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    Great race, though only saw it on video...She is...

    Great race, though only saw it on video...She is one tough filly. Loved her pulling away at the end.
  15. http://www.bitterrootranch.com/ I went to...

    http://www.bitterrootranch.com/

    I went to Bitterroot a bunch of years ago, and loved every second. Wonderful horses, you ride more than one so they are always rested. Great food, good wine, fun...
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    Well, Enabler here: I'd go with the craiglist...

    Well, Enabler here: I'd go with the craiglist puppy.

    first, I'm a mixed breed fan, and in this case it sounds like the parents are both known, which is more than can be said about many mixes....
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    Yay! so nice to read good news. My 15 yr...

    Yay! so nice to read good news.

    My 15 yr old chow/shep mix had a bad attack of pancreatitis about 2 months ago. Of course it hit on a Friday night. 48 hours at emergency clinic and rest of...
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    This ^^ is where I am: have heard, actually from...

    This ^^ is where I am: have heard, actually from a vet I use, about the "loss of presence and boldness". I'm not lying when I say mine has not spooked ONCE since I started riding him two years...
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    A couple years ago part leased a Lusitano...

    A couple years ago part leased a Lusitano stallion (12 at the time). Didn't plan on the falling in love factor, fun ride, well behaved, talented dressage horse. Spent a big number of months saying...
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    My chow/shep mix gave up swimming several years...

    My chow/shep mix gave up swimming several years ago - maybe 12. She is deaf, weak behind on Rymadil and Tramidol (one am and one pm) She eats like a horse and wants to walk 2x per day. She is slow,...
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    Quilla - it is the name of a friend's female...

    Quilla - it is the name of a friend's female dachsie and I love it.

    Quidam from Cirq du Soleil shows

    Quinterra - Chilean city ending in "o" but this is girl version!
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    my horse gets a smarkpak electrolyte daily and...

    my horse gets a smarkpak electrolyte daily and also has salt block. Sometimes he is heavily into the block - like the last 3-4 weeks, other times, not so much.
    He is working at FEI level, and...
  23. Congrats on your efforts! I agree with above...

    Congrats on your efforts!
    I agree with above poster that for 1-2 rides per week, better to take lessons and/or try to partially lease something. Board and upkeep can be expensive...

    If you are...
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    Early in my dressage riding process I bought a 15...

    Early in my dressage riding process I bought a 15 yr old TB (tatoo'd but no known record, bought by prior owner as a 3 yr old).
    He was a true schoolmaster, trained thru PSG/Intermediare. He took...
  25. OP - I'm with you, it sucks. Is there anyone...

    OP - I'm with you, it sucks. Is there anyone else you can contact to see if said trainer is a jerk or had something serious happen?

    I've never had this situation, but can understand your...
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