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  1. Wow great info. Thanks. I have an invitation...

    Wow great info. Thanks. I have an invitation for an interview but I'm still considering things first. I am in Florida now.
  2. I'll chime in with another positive review. ...

    I'll chime in with another positive review. Horses gained weight and muscle, and are DAPPLED for the first time ever. My only issue is the Tractor Supply in my area is very inconsistent about...
  3. North Carolina people ... need info about an area - cross post from off course

    I'm looking at a job in Salisbury. How's the horse community there? How far is it from other major cities, any info about the area, etc? I'm into eventing so particularly interested in being close to...
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    What do people think of the SPIbelt? ...

    What do people think of the SPIbelt? http://www.doversaddlery.com/the-original-spi-belt/p/X1-27903/

    I really like the look of this. I can put my phone in and also my keys, which I'm always...
  5. Oh, and how do I cross post this to eventing? ...

    Oh, and how do I cross post this to eventing? Thanks!
  6. North Carolina people ... need info about an area

    I'm looking at a job in Salisbury. How's the horse community there? How far is it from other major cities, any info about the area, etc? I'm into eventing so particularly interested in being close...
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    I was going to go with herd bound / not wanting...

    I was going to go with herd bound / not wanting to go out in the fields by himself. He's also gotten away with it since he's been retired every time you have had an issue on course.

    I would put...
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    Rubber figure 8 nosebands

    Are these competition legal? I'm thinking not, based on what I read but I'm not 100% sure. I'm talking about ones like the Nunn Finer rubber figure 8.

    Thanks
  9. He was pretty good tonight. We did 2 trot poles...

    He was pretty good tonight. We did 2 trot poles to an X, then a landing pole, then a canter pole two strides later. The approach is still tenser then I would like (and he still wants to get...
  10. Great advice and I appreciate everyone taking the...

    Great advice and I appreciate everyone taking the time to answer.

    To answer some questions:

    Horse has been in retraining for 6 months, but off the track for a year. The first 6 months were...
  11. I can try changing my schedule to ride earlier. ...

    I can try changing my schedule to ride earlier.

    Most of the time he trots poles just fine, although occasionally he will leap over all of them. This is usually after a few days off. We trot...
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    Is it a cystic lesion? Your best shot is...

    Is it a cystic lesion? Your best shot is injections; consider stem cells, PRP, etc. but it won't be cheap. Even then, this is a really tough place to have an OCD. Best of luck to you.
  13. I do think he's better when I jump a little each...

    I do think he's better when I jump a little each day, but that's not always feasible. Sometimes I ride under the lights at night and they are not bright enough to be safe over fences. Trot poles...
  14. Sometimes charges/launches from a huge distance...

    Sometimes charges/launches from a huge distance but not always. Sometimes just throws himself awkwardly and dangerously at the jump. Sometimes leaps like a gazelle with his head straight up. He's...
  15. At what point do you admit that your horse may not make it as an eventer?

    OTTB - been in re-schooling for about 6 months, great flat work, trail rides, been trotting small jumps but gets very frazzled by jumping, even tiny stuff. Has been walking over little jumps and...
  16. If he's picky about the feed, are you sure he's...

    If he's picky about the feed, are you sure he's eating the pop rocks? You may have to syringe it.

    I've had excellent results with the paste Gastromax3. About $20 per tube so more economical...
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    This is VERY variable. My current OTTB went...

    This is VERY variable.

    My current OTTB went to her first show 10 months after coming off the track. She was in re-training for about 4 months prior to the show (6 month paddock rest right off...
  18. Glue from glue on shoes covering the coronary band?

    My mare wears glue ons. Today the farrier said she jerked as he was curing the glue and it smeared all the way up to (and covering part of) the coronary band. Should I be concerned? I'm worried it...
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    Dogs freaking out. :(

    Dogs freaking out. :(
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    I will see about making an appointment to get my...

    I will see about making an appointment to get my thyroid checked. I don't have a GP in this area, so it's sort of a production to get it set up through the insurance.

    No major illnesses or...
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    She looks A LOT like her sire. I've seen him in...

    She looks A LOT like her sire. I've seen him in person.

    Who wouldn't love a big black bay TB filly? She's lovely. :)

    Try a round of ulcer meds for the "picky eating". Just went through this...
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    The wraps always work really well, but I've been...

    The wraps always work really well, but I've been hesitant to buy the saddle pad. I agree with the other poster that said it really needs to be on for quite a while for it to work. JMHO.
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    I'd have to go get it checked. I don't have any...

    I'd have to go get it checked. I don't have any other symptoms though. Maybe a little tired, but that's more life then anything else.
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    Females - hair falling out

    Hi all. I am mid thirties, female, healthy as far as I know. I've always had lots of thick, dark, wavy/curly hair. LOTS of it.

    The past 6 months or so, I've noticed that a lot of it has been...
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    Bite wound under saddle area

    My poor new mare can't catch a break. :( 3 weeks ago, she suffered a nasty bite wound on her back just under the cantle area of the saddle. Of course I gave her a good week off, cleaning wound...
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