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    Better yet say it to Frank.

    Better yet say it to Frank.
  2. I have seen Anne get on problem horses and ride...

    I have seen Anne get on problem horses and ride on like puppy dogs, instantly. She may be very helpful.
  3. I have seen Anne get on problem horses and ride...

    I have seen Anne get on problem horses and ride on like puppy dogs, instantly.
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    That is so awesome! But, due to your title, in...

    That is so awesome! But, due to your title, in response I must say my reply is the late Bertalan de Nemethy for me in best trainers ever. I am really happy to hear about your trainer because as you...
  5. Taking shelf lining or carpet padding, putting...

    Taking shelf lining or carpet padding, putting fleece around it, and selling it for $$$.
  6. Clean everything getting down to polishing the...

    Clean everything getting down to polishing the brass tacks and fresh flowers :) Then kick back in your chair and watch them eat hay.
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    Thank you for explaining.

    Thank you for explaining.
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    Please explain. I'm not quite sure what you mean.

    Please explain. I'm not quite sure what you mean.
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    "Today, the phrase "to open Pandora's box" means...

    "Today, the phrase "to open Pandora's box" means to perform an action that may seem small or innocuous, but that turns out to have severe and far-reaching consequences."
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    Cloning is not new technology "Hans Spemann, a...

    Cloning is not new technology "Hans Spemann, a German embryologist was awarded a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1935 for his discovery of the effect now known as embryonic induction,...
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    From ViagGen's webpage: "ViaGen was founded in...

    From ViagGen's webpage:

    "ViaGen was founded in Austin, Texas in January 2002 to provide commercial bovine, equine, and porcine gene banking, cloning, and genomics services.
    In 2003, ViaGen...
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    How will cloning horses affect the USEF?

    If the USEF allows clones to compete how would this change the rules for breeding or other classes?
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    From some of the things I have read it takes...

    From some of the things I have read it takes many, many, ovaries and eggs to get 1 horse, hence the expense and use of slaughter horse ovaries. I think using AQHA horses before going to the...
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    I am not sure why people feel entitled to a...

    I am not sure why people feel entitled to a re-ride just because they have the money to clone their horses. So it does affect a large portion of the association. It's only $150 to bank your horse. ...
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    https://www.aqha.com/News/News-Articles/2013/Augus...

    https://www.aqha.com/News/News-Articles/2013/August/08012013-AQHA-to-Appeal-Verdict.aspx

    AQHA appeal
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    for ViaGen it's $165K for the first clone then...

    for ViaGen it's $165K for the first clone then $50K for additional. I am glad to know there are competitors who offer and better price especially since ViaGen tried to patent the process. Hmmm, and...
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    This is just a side note. The Bonne Nuit line is...

    This is just a side note. The Bonne Nuit line is valuable in Hunters and Jumpers. Gem Twist comes from that line and makes his genetics marketable for H/J who traditionally do not care about...
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    A good read:...

    A good read: http://www.rdbullhorses.com.au/files/pages/media/WHR_Cloning_Article_JanFeb12.pdf

    So they use the ovaries from slaughter horses to get eggs and the mtDNA from the egg passes on. The...
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    Show up at odd times to keep them guessing.

    Show up at odd times to keep them guessing.
  20. I wonder if the clinician was giving the predator...

    I wonder if the clinician was giving the predator speech at the same time.
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    Does a person own their horse's genetics? Can...

    Does a person own their horse's genetics? Can somebody clone any horse they are able to get hold of enough genetic material to clone and make their own horse?
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    In the name of science? "but Stone said her...

    In the name of science? "but Stone said her clients' primary interest was "to get these horses registered."

    Also "verdict doesn't automatically require the group to register cloned horses or...
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    F.E.I. position is open ended “The FEI will not...

    F.E.I. position is open ended “The FEI will not forbid participation of clones or their progenies in FEI competitions. The FEI will continue to monitor further research, especially with regard to...
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    Carol Harris, owner of the late Rugged Lark ...

    Carol Harris, owner of the late Rugged Lark

    “I don't have any problem with a person doing what they want with their horse, but don't try to force a private association to accept your horse. You...
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    Could the next breeding problem stem from the...

    Could the next breeding problem stem from the cloned horses or is a clone a clone and safe to breed?

    These guys had a plan, put a patent on it, and are now trying to force the industry to yield to...
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