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  1. Pull a lyme titer when the vet comes. Better to...

    Pull a lyme titer when the vet comes. Better to rule it out now.
  2. Thanks - I only started the Doxy this morning as...

    Thanks - I only started the Doxy this morning as I was out of town for Thanksgiving and can't really trust my barn sitter with more complicated horse monitoring, so no, this can't be doxy induced. I...
  3. Vets Please: Is Doxy Effective in Possible Lyme Induced Uveitis?

    My horse was just diagnosed with low serum levels, chronic Lyme.
    While he is sound, his disposition changed to aggressive over the last couple of months (new horse, I didn't know if this was...
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    I fed my OTTB TC Complete, and he went bonkers -...

    I fed my OTTB TC Complete, and he went bonkers - way too much energy. Took him off the feed, and he calmed down. Later I questioned whether it was the feed that made the difference, worried about...
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    I am currently going through something similar...

    I am currently going through something similar with my 7 year old OTTB. I have had him for a year, and he has been nothing but calm (yet willing), reasonable, curious and fun. Every time I have...
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    Bacchus: What happens now with the retirement...

    Bacchus: What happens now with the retirement fees?

    I agree that funding could come from any of the suggested sources; if the funds were in one pool, much like social security, with a set per...
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    Mandatory Racehorse Retirement Fund?

    I read an interesting comment on a news site, and thought I'd ask for people's opinions here. I'm not a race breeder/trainer/buyer, so please forgive industry ignorance...

    I was wondering if you...
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    AC4H is described (by itself) as a broker owned...

    AC4H is described (by itself) as a broker owned program. I was never confused that they were basically a clearing house for horses in imminent danger of slaughter - I've never read anywhere that...
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    How quickly we forget:...

    How quickly we forget: http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?377298-Intermediate-level-eventer-quot-Birchill-Clover-quot-sold-through-AC4H&highlight=ac4h

    I'm glad AC4H has been around...
  10. OP, just so you know, Trumbull Mountain has...

    OP, just so you know, Trumbull Mountain has changed hands since the last time you tried them. I'm saddle shopping too, and have been to their shop twice in the last week (I live nearby) - they've...
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    Is a cantle bag bad form?

    I'm hoping to start hunting this year, and was curious about a saddle bag/cantle bag. I can get hypoglycemic and was wondering if carrying something in a cantle bag would be bad form.
  12. I second Larkin Hill (Margie Hutchinson) -...

    I second Larkin Hill (Margie Hutchinson) - fantastic clinics and facilities. Also, Three Winds Farm (Besty Worthington). Don't know if Kenwood Crest Farm is still open - that's where I boarded as...
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    So Where Do I Fit In?

    I have a great new horse, he's in training nearby, and enjoying it... But I am a 45 year old re-rider with two young kids, and my skills have gone to pot.

    I'm not a good enough rider to get the...
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    Joanne, I found this thread - I haven't read...

    Joanne,

    I found this thread - I haven't read it all yet, but she got the mare.

    http://www.horseforum.com/horse-breeding/sequel-x-redwine-foaling-thread-116446/
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    GL, Dewey. I couldn't get to the barn today...

    GL, Dewey.

    I couldn't get to the barn today as I had kiddie duty. Next week is supposed to be wicked cold, so I don't think I'll be riding until the week after! Darn it.
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    Rotti Mom, Geno, Pics please! I showed...

    Rotti Mom, Geno,

    Pics please! I showed mine... I'm a newbie but glad for others in this boat. Reriders unite!
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    Hi Paradox, Thanks for the welcome (I see two...

    Hi Paradox,

    Thanks for the welcome (I see two other newbies have joined this evening!)

    Pics of my gorgeous guy, but not under saddle:...
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    I'm new to this forum - Hi all! I'm so happy...

    I'm new to this forum - Hi all! I'm so happy this is here!

    My re-rider adventure is beginning...

    Backstory: I bought a new horse in August, a 7yr. old OTTB gelding with some retraining. He...
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    I'm no expert, but a great eventing trainer likes...

    I'm no expert, but a great eventing trainer likes Bold Ruler, and you have him in her pedigree. She also has 13 green star mares, so she has good breeding for turf.

    But how do you like her? ...
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    GFF's website still lists Romantic Star as a...

    GFF's website still lists Romantic Star as a standing stallion, and his ad on warmbloods.com is still active (on sale!). Also, a google search of Romantic Star Stallion shows no hits that he has...
  21. My farrier told me about a reading he had done on...

    My farrier told me about a reading he had done on a horse of his - this is all I know about the reading, but he prefaced the conversation to say he *was* a skeptic. Well, this horse was mostly...
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    Haven't read through the whole post, but will say...

    Haven't read through the whole post, but will say this: the pig at the farm next door killed three calves last year - began eating one while it was still alive. Yes, Truffles is tiny, but pigs can...
  23. You're a saint for what you're doing for these...

    You're a saint for what you're doing for these horses.

    I'd try to get the dogs in the house, and leave them there (not the garage, the house). Oops.
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    No - I got him from a Western (!) horse broker in...

    No - I got him from a Western (!) horse broker in Vermont who imported about 20 of them this summer.
  25. Mine was my sister's horse, Tommy (hence my...

    Mine was my sister's horse, Tommy (hence my name). He was an arab/TB cross gelding, who was just so cool. I would ride him bareback for hacks and jump around the garden on him (the sunchairs were a...
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