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  1. Thread: Sole Pak

    by SharonA
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    Sole Pak

    Anyone use this stuff? My horse's hoof-trimmer suggested it for my out of shape older horse who's doing (unbeknownst to said horse) a 5-mile ride this weekend, which will have some pace requirements...
  2. For two horses, I might ask whether I really...

    For two horses, I might ask whether I really needed a wash rack. I'd make a hitching post somewhere near a hose and with good drainage, and be done with it. I might want to store tools or park the...
  3. Bah humbug. :-) Hate San Diego (hate all of...

    Bah humbug. :-) Hate San Diego (hate all of southern California): too dry, too brown, too built-up, way too much traffic, too crowded. Done with the chic bar/hip restaurant scene long ago. The ocean...
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    Forty-five minutes from home, alittle over an...

    Forty-five minutes from home, alittle over an hour from my office. Every week I plan my work so I can leave early enough to get to the barn. At least 75% of the time, something comes up and I can't...
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    I am looking forward to riding with a mentor at a...

    I am looking forward to riding with a mentor at a ride this weekend. Hopefully I won't drive her crazy. :-)
  6. I ordered pre-built from Woodtex. I ordered them...

    I ordered pre-built from Woodtex. I ordered them in less than 5 minutes, they arrived on schedule, they slid them off the truck, and the horses were in them checking them out 5 minutes later. Love...
  7. OMG. I've had three long-term, true love type...

    OMG. I've had three long-term, true love type relationships, and each one was better than the last, and looking back, I think how much fun I had going new places and having new experiences with each...
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    The OP states that this has always been a good...

    The OP states that this has always been a good boarder and that the horse is easy to work with, and that the OP doesn't mind giving the injections. The OP mentions that she told the boarder, within...
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    It is not a tough situation. A presumably good...

    It is not a tough situation. A presumably good vet is being compromised by drugs/alcohol. That's why it's called "under the influence " -- because the person is not themself.

    I would talk to him...
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    Latest report: "Significant, big time...

    Latest report: "Significant, big time improvement" reported in human two-weeks post CleanTrax. The mom says she's going to whack it with one more round in another week or two.

    Kid says, "Jeez,...
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    Some folks don't find the time, at least not for...

    Some folks don't find the time, at least not for a few years until their kids are in school most of the day and they're able to finagle their work schedules to allow riding time. But if the spouse...
  12. I love electronic billing. I don't think writing...

    I love electronic billing. I don't think writing paper checks is hard either, but, electronic just seems easier to do while I'm at the computer for other things anyway.

    My barn uses a service...
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    The other thing is that some horses are faster...

    The other thing is that some horses are faster than others, and that's just the way it is. To ask a horse with a forward, marching walk to constantly be slowing down and circling, in order to wait...
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    My understanding (very possibly very wrong) is...

    My understanding (very possibly very wrong) is that it's better for the horse to be given regular limited exercise on hard ground in order for their legs and feet to adjust. The idea being that if...
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    So, one mom tried it. She did first herself, to...

    So, one mom tried it. She did first herself, to make sure it wasn't obviously toxic, and then her kid. She can't tell if it had any effect on her son's fungal infection, but she reported that it was...
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    I loved them. I found that I did need to add...

    I loved them. I found that I did need to add water every day or two to keep the bedding soft and fluffy; otherwise, it disintegrated into dust. But as long as I added alittle water, it was great...
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    There is no easy commute from Cambridge, at least...

    There is no easy commute from Cambridge, at least not during peak commuting times (double all driving times). :-) Also, it depends what she considers "decent," especially as far as turnout goes....
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    Good care, with barn staff who actually do what...

    Good care, with barn staff who actually do what the contract says, in terms of feeding, turnout, water, hay, and care, and who have an education-oriented mindset, is so hard to find that a $25...
  19. What does "mild front point reactivity" mean?

    As written on the chiropractor's report, my horse has "mild front foot indicator point reactivity." Can someone translate?

    Neither chiropractor (also a DVM) nor trainer nor horse seem too...
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    Oh for heaven's sake. :-) This is the way...

    Oh for heaven's sake. :-) This is the way lessons with kids work, in my experience. Either you can deal with the family dynamics, or you can't. Changing the amount charged with every variation...
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    Good points! Very definitely NOT a competition....

    Good points! Very definitely NOT a competition. it's an introductory & educational event (GMHA Mud Ride -- www.gmhainc.org). The role of the Previcoxx is to ease any baseline age-related stiffness...
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    Help me not break my 24-yo. :-)

    At the end of April, I'm hoping to take my 24-yo Arab for a couple days of riding in Vermont -- ie, big rolling hills. One day of the ride will follow ECTRA rules for a 15-mile ride. Horse and I...
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    Finding work/life balance will be an issue in any...

    Finding work/life balance will be an issue in any career you choose. Traditional jobs still require child care and coming home at the end of a mind-numbing day and having to make dinner and help with...
  24. I look for large safe grassy full-day or 24/7...

    I look for large safe grassy full-day or 24/7 turnout (that knocks out 90% of barns within 45 minutes of me); compassionate individualized care by knowledgeable people who keep current with new...
  25. Maybe she feels the cribbing collar will do more...

    Maybe she feels the cribbing collar will do more damage to the horse's health and well-being than she feels the cribbing does. Maybe if she puts on a cribbing collar, the horse will crib through it...
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