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    per Abbie.S post, to see this concept of "raising...

    per Abbie.S post, to see this concept of "raising your hands" when the horse seeks to avoid the bit, watch the George Morris Horsemastership classes on the usefnetwork.
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    This is great advice! For the canter, think of...

    This is great advice!

    For the canter, think of the song, "row, row, row your boat", following your arms forward in that rhythm.

    Like others have said, he's just cruising and not engaged. ...
  3. Love the photos! Keep them coming. I did...

    Love the photos! Keep them coming. I did utilize Zillow to search some 2 acre or less horse properties in SoCal. It's kinda amazing what they manage to fit on a bit over an acre!
  4. Show me pictures of your small acre farmette!! Please!

    So, since we are house hunting, I've been pouring over the threads about keeping horses on small acreage. Its truly fascinating the different setups people have! However, I'm having a hard time...
  5. I watched part of that Parelli...

    I watched part of that Parelli video...whhaaattt??? Is going on there?! I can't seem to understand what she is trying to accomplish. That poor horse is terrified and just looking to escape. He...
  6. Sticky: Horseless Rider- Newnan, GA - Adv. Intermediate

    Responsible 27yo adult, mother of two, seeking some saddle time. Hoping to find someone local whose horse(s) may need an extra leg up/exercising/miles put on them. Have experience as a equine vet...
  7. Thank you for all for the great advice. Much...

    Thank you for all for the great advice. Much appreciated. I know that I am "old" per say, it's just that it seems once you leave college, fall on your face, you're like, what now!? And when you...
  8. The equine transportation gig sounds very...

    The equine transportation gig sounds very interesting, how cool.

    If I could have a do over, I would've gone to school in Lexington. A former classmate got a marketing type job with USEF there,...
  9. I feel like it's too late for that. I mean, I...

    I feel like it's too late for that. I mean, I graduated in '09, it seems doubtful that much would transfer. And a business degree just seems SO general as to not really be applicable. At least it...
  10. Career advice needed!! Nearly 30, & seems like opportunities have left the building.

    So, I've seen many a thread similar to this one, and I've poured over each one that I managed to locate. I'm fascinated by some of the career choices that are mentioned that I've never even heard...
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    This probably isn't your answer, but it may prove...

    This probably isn't your answer, but it may prove useful to someone interested in the topic: at the farm I worked at, we made a habit of mixing the doxy up with plain vanilla yogurt from the store. ...
  12. Sticky: Horseless rider in Summerfield, FL (south of Ocala)

    My family and I recently relocated here to Summerfield, FL after he received a great job offer in the area. But I miss the horses, and can't afford my own at the moment. I'm primarily a...
  13. Need braider for Kentucky Horse Park, June 6-11

    Can anyone refer me to a local braider in the area? Need someone to be available to braid during that second week of June. Please PM me, thanks!!
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    Tack shop near Savannah, GA??

    Can anyone recommend a nice tack shop/saddlery in or around Savannah, GA? Need a nice place for the hubby to shop for my birthday gift :winkgrin:
  15. For his face, I would use a towel, and a bucket...

    For his face, I would use a towel, and a bucket of warm water with baby oil in it. Rub, wipe, rinse, and repeat until it looks clean.

    Do be sure to also trim up any guard hairs along the back of...
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    Makes no sense.

    Makes no sense.
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    Thanks everyone! Whether I just cut it off with...

    Thanks everyone! Whether I just cut it off with a razor or send it out will just depend on how much I like the bridle, I guess (I just ordered it). $10 bucks sounds like a good deal.
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    Flash bridle into a snaffle bridle??

    Is it possible to have the flash discretely removed from a bridle by a tack repair shop? Has anyone had this done? If so, how much did it cost and where did you send it?

    Thanks!
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    Where are you watching these videos at? I'd love...

    Where are you watching these videos at? I'd love to know!
  20. Need recommendations for saddle fitter SW of Atlanta, GA area?

    Can anyone recommend a saddle fitter in the Atlanta, GA area? We are located about an hour southwest of Atlanta.

    Also, would be interested to know of some chiropractors in the same area. The one...
  21. Thanks for all the replies and suggestions. To...

    Thanks for all the replies and suggestions.

    To answer some questions, no I was not able to ride in this saddle prior to purchasing it. I have no access at this point to other saddles, unless I...
  22. Dang, new saddle = chair seat. Any suggestions??

    So I had the hubby take some video of my riding last night in my new saddle, a Amerigo Vega. It seems to fit the horse I'm riding better, but that's unfortunately not the same story for me! It's...
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    Help! Saddle flaps won't take oil...

    I just got a new saddle, an Amerigo Vega. The saddle flaps are a printed leather, and after oiling, it seems the oil is just sitting on top of the leather, not being absorbed. I'm not thrilled with...
  24. my anectodal experiences...

    Two babies at the farm I worked at were badly bowlegged. Both of them were put on total stall rest for a couple months. The colt didn't get put into stall rest until he was at least a month or two...
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    I'm going to give you my meager two cents worth,...

    I'm going to give you my meager two cents worth, but I think he moves like a hunter, with a nice light spring to his step and little knee action. A seemless cadence of stride at the trot, though he...
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