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  1. It's less a matter of doing a ppe for a potential...

    It's less a matter of doing a ppe for a potential purchaser, that's not necessarily related, as it is finding out beforehand anything that might come up in a purchaser's ppe so you can get in front...
  2. I don't think 600 is cheap for those specs.

    I don't think 600 is cheap for those specs.
  3. Thread: Crosby Saddle?

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    It is not a crosby lexington (tad coffin design).

    It is not a crosby lexington (tad coffin design).
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    Good fences make good neighbors. Start there.

    Good fences make good neighbors. Start there.
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    I don't know. Plenty of bad horse trainers seem...

    I don't know. Plenty of bad horse trainers seem to be making a living :p
  6. Thread: Farrier ?

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    My farrier brings me fresh veggies, and venison,...

    My farrier brings me fresh veggies, and venison, and other random things. and made me a custom hoof pick as he does metal work. I give him nothing but hugs, and he's ok with that, because he knows...
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    A dressage judge will excuse a horse who appears...

    A dressage judge will excuse a horse who appears to be unsound.
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    When did that happen? **Moment of nostalgia as I...

    When did that happen? **Moment of nostalgia as I recall watching Beth Underhill and Monopoly win his last grand prix at age 20 :) **
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    I suggest a running braid ...

    I suggest a running braid

    http://equestrianhow2.com/2009/12/09/how-to-braid-a-horses-mane-with-a-spanish-braid/

    And have fun!
  10. Thread: Crosby Saddle?

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    I have two Crosby freestyle dressage saddles as...

    I have two Crosby freestyle dressage saddles as well as several prix des nations jumping saddles. I have ridden in Crosby saddles for maybe 25 years. That is not what the identifying markers look...
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    To get the most out of your experience, find the...

    To get the most out of your experience, find the most professional professional who will have you. I know Anne Kursinski regularly takes new working students (a friend hated her, but I'd say it was...
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    Yeah...I absolutely was using "fake" bathroom in...

    Yeah...I absolutely was using "fake" bathroom in Ocala, but way off in no-man's land. I may have been the only one :)

    HITS are fun, a wide variety of classes and competitors, I found very...
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    Ah, and here we were presuming you were eligible...

    Ah, and here we were presuming you were eligible for registration with the registries you named. I guess the correct response would be to try to register with whatever registry you are actually...
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    Appendix are excellent horses and very suitable...

    Appendix are excellent horses and very suitable for 99% of whatever 99% of riders would ever want to do.

    Of course, I'd same the same of a lot of breeds :)
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    Of those, I think ISR is your best bet.

    Of those, I think ISR is your best bet.
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    I wouldn't buy him. I'd be reluctant to take him...

    I wouldn't buy him. I'd be reluctant to take him for free.
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    I have been covered by the insurance of every...

    I have been covered by the insurance of every barn I've taught at, either named on the policy at my "home" barn, or as an instructor at large lessons facilities. Most travelling trainers I know carry...
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    If your Friesian-Quarter horse is a pinto, it...

    If your Friesian-Quarter horse is a pinto, it either isn't Friesian or isn't quarter horse. Or isn't either.

    TB-Welsh is a pretty classic pony hunter breeding.

    Recently contacted by a woman...
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    Having just spent dinner tonight discussing my...

    Having just spent dinner tonight discussing my friend's loss of identical twins, yes, although it is very rare. It was missed on two ultrasounds, but the vet had noted a larger than expected embryo.
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    Then you'd contact RPSI because the stallion is...

    Then you'd contact RPSI because the stallion is approved RPSI? (Sorry if I'm mistaken, you mentioned contacting RPSI).
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    If the mare is registered RPSI then she was DNA...

    If the mare is registered RPSI then she was DNA tested for parentage. So if La Express is on her papers, you can be sure that's the sire. (We had several AHHAs purported to be by stallion X, weird...
  22. While it may not be your ideal plan, it might be...

    While it may not be your ideal plan, it might be better to start with a sales prospect that requires less of an initial investment and just see what kind of interest you get. But my initial thought...
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    Exactly. The horse is "paid for" but check isn't...

    Exactly. The horse is "paid for" but check isn't deposited until bill of sale is signed. Again, the idea is to protect everyone including the horse to the greatest extent possible. And these...
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    Because the horse was still owned by the seller,...

    Because the horse was still owned by the seller, and this protects everyone involved.
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    Most people won't do trials these days, for the...

    Most people won't do trials these days, for the obvious reasons. I did send a horse out on trial last year, it was ten days, but the horse was paid for before he left the property and insured with...
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