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    Yes, it seems like even the experienced ponies...

    Yes, it seems like even the experienced ponies are priced relatively low. Thanks for the insight!
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    Large pony, competed by kid. He's perfectly...

    Large pony, competed by kid. He's perfectly safe, just not the type where you hang on to the mane while pony takes care of everything. But any confident kid could have a lot of fun with him. That...
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    Pricing an eventing/dressage pony?

    Looking around, I can't really find many comparable ponies on the market to get an idea of a fair price. Pony is in his prime, winning at beginner novice and 1st level dressage. With that said,...
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    Bumper pull ball mount

    I recently bought a 2012 Chevy Silverado 2500hd truck for hauling. I have yet to purchase a horse trailer, but I'd like to be completely ready to tow, should I be lucky enough to borrow a trailer...
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    Best websites to shop for used truck?

    Will be on the market soon for a 3/4 ton truck. Not too concerned about the make, as long as it's a good year for that particular model. Any advice on the best places to shop? And the best...
  6. Thread: Helmet visors

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    Oh cool! Those look promising.

    Oh cool! Those look promising.
  7. Thread: Helmet visors

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    Helmet visors

    We're having a warm spring day here, so I got to thinking about my summer riding gear (mainly, sun protection). I have a helmet sun visor from Smartpak and it's got great coverage, but the moment...
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    Pictures! My JRT is the best thing that ever...

    Pictures! My JRT is the best thing that ever happened to me.
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    I have a Clever Trick gelding. Tough, SOUND,...

    I have a Clever Trick gelding. Tough, SOUND, brave, hot, funny, talented, but maybe not fond of the dressage ring. Would love to have another just like him!
  10. Thanks for the advice so far! Yes, I know I will...

    Thanks for the advice so far! Yes, I know I will be damp from sweat, but even so it's drier than what I feel when the breathable material starts seeping all the rain water through. I'll check out...
  11. Rain gear that is truly, actually, 100% waterproof?

    I work outside, which means there are days that I spend hours upon hours in the rain. For years I had a great Columbia PVC rain suit that kept me perfectly dry, but it's old now and beat up and...
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    We use Dr. Bronner's castile soap. A tiny bit...

    We use Dr. Bronner's castile soap. A tiny bit goes a long way and it comes in some yummy different scents. Simple, multipurpose, and natural!
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    I get Acana or Orijen, switch up flavors...

    I get Acana or Orijen, switch up flavors depending on what "looks yummy" ;)
  14. Those look so fun!

    Those look so fun!
  15. Thread: Jack Russell's

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    I've always loved the breed and don't see myself...

    I've always loved the breed and don't see myself owning anything but a JRT! My female is the best thing that's ever happened to me. But she does go to work with me, so she's always got something to...
  16. My husband and I have gotten hooked on Friday...

    My husband and I have gotten hooked on Friday Night Lights. Really fantastic show!
  17. I love Tryo and Francis Cabrel.

    I love Tryo and Francis Cabrel.
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    Aunt Pittypat?! That's the best name I've ever...

    Aunt Pittypat?! That's the best name I've ever heard! And to go along with a little puggy! Sorry I have nothing else productive to add!
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    I lived in France for a few years. Lived on site...

    I lived in France for a few years. Lived on site at my job, and my boss had 4 kids - 2 teenagers, 1 elementary age kid, and 1 toddler. I was amazed that the toddler was already being trained to sit...
  20. I know a small animal vet who does lots of...

    I know a small animal vet who does lots of spay/neuters for shelters. She tattoos something on the belly once they're done so that the dog doesn't accidentally get fixed again. Not sure if this is...
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    I like the Adam Carolla podcast, Greg...

    I like the Adam Carolla podcast, Greg Fitzsimmons, Dr. Joy Browne, to name a few
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    I find this to be so lazy and disappointing that...

    I find this to be so lazy and disappointing that the training tests are essentially unchanged. At the very least, they could have kept the test the same but switched the direction of the movements...
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    We had one and I know another very well. Absolutely lovely, affectionate dogs, but also very needy and emotional. These two dogs (both females) really want to be babied and coddled (think lying...
  24. I agree that Twin and Galway would be the best...

    I agree that Twin and Galway would be the best "destination" events, but Copper and Fresno both are fantastic shows as well. I would definitely recommend contacting trainers from Area VI to see if...
  25. I don't know the footing at Rocking Horse, but it...

    I don't know the footing at Rocking Horse, but it sounds like a sand/fiber mix like we have out some facilities around here. It's very firm, but with a lot of shock absorption, if that makes sense? ...
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