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    While I would probably invest in professional...

    While I would probably invest in professional help if I was showing at rated shows, for local schooling shows I am perfectly comfortable editing my own music. You can use Garageband or a program for...
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    BeatriceLBD, My horse is currently on doxy...

    BeatriceLBD,

    My horse is currently on doxy following 10 days of IV oxytet. The doxy portion of his bill was $595 for a 45-day supply. (He's a 14.3 hand Paint; probably weighs in around 900 lbs.)
  3. Thanks for the feedback, poltroon and Aces N...

    Thanks for the feedback, poltroon and Aces N Eights.
  4. Yes, as I stated–and linked–in my OP, the company...

    Yes, as I stated–and linked–in my OP, the company does have smaller sized blankets available in a more limited color selection, i.e. no navy. I simply cannot justify the cost of having a smaller...
  5. Is there anyway to cut down a woven wool western show blanket?

    I'm getting ready to show in some western dressage classes, and my little gelding is overwhelmed by the large, 34x36 show blankets. I have folded one end under, but that makes either the front or the...
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    Well, some break away halters have an entire...

    Well, some break away halters have an entire leather crown and others have just a small leather piece where the crown of the halter attaches. Since you're concerned about leather staining your horse,...
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    I was just in your shoes about two weeks ago. My...

    I was just in your shoes about two weeks ago. My horse tested positive for chronic lyme. I opted to send him to the clinic for 10 days of Oxytet. Honestly, that was almost the least costly part of...
  8. Thread: No bridles!

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    Actually, I can't take credit. My friend who is a...

    Actually, I can't take credit. My friend who is a life-long Morgan lover and owner found that link for me after I tagged her with the facebook photo. She used to work for the Morgan Horse...
  9. Thread: No bridles!

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    http://books.google.com/books?id=2OIWAAAAYAAJ&lpg=...

    http://books.google.com/books?id=2OIWAAAAYAAJ&lpg=PA6&ots=tYRSqVvhNL&dq=%22morgan+tiger%22%2C+rockwell&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false
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    ^^^^^^ Saw one for sale somewhere yesterday or...

    ^^^^^^

    Saw one for sale somewhere yesterday or the day before. If I can recall where I'll post the link.
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    Just wanted to add that I agree with the posters...

    Just wanted to add that I agree with the posters who say you are not towering over the new horse. I'm not as tall as you (5 1 and 1/2, and I, too, am proud of that 1/2"), but I've been through...
  12. Thank you for your replies. I know IV oxytet is...

    Thank you for your replies. I know IV oxytet is the gold standard. That is the planned treatment, followed by 45 days of oral doxy. My question isn't really about how to treat; rather I was looking...
  13. For Those of You Who Have Experience with Lyme

    My horse has just tested positive for chronic Lyme with a titer number of 1968. Given the fact that he came from a location with high incidence of Lyme, and that he has had occasional trouble with...
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    JBD, I didn't like it as well as the first...

    JBD,

    I didn't like it as well as the first two, but I think I might have enjoyed it more had I re-read one and two right before reading it. There is so much going on between the characters that...
  15. Thread: Danny

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    Bumping this as I just rewatched this movie. Did...

    Bumping this as I just rewatched this movie. Did anyone else notice that many of the horses seemed to be in quite tightly adjusted standing martingales? Other than that, having grown up in that era,...
  16. Thread: Sitting Trot

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    A different way to say what the above two posters...

    A different way to say what the above two posters said:

    One of my instructors calls it "bouncing" you seat. I think some of us have this idea that we have to be very still, but that's not true....
  17. Seaswept, Rising Tides, and Inner Harbor by Nora...

    Seaswept, Rising Tides, and Inner Harbor by Nora Roberts. Definitely mini-series material, but they had better do it right!
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    Love seeing your pony pictures, exvet. And being...

    Love seeing your pony pictures, exvet. And being from Maine I'm insanely jealous right now of your apparent good weather. I am SO. TIRED. OF. WINTER. My first pony was a wonderful section B (not a...
  19. Thanks for the thought. I've never had him...

    Thanks for the thought. I've never had him tested, but our BO feeds an EPSM friendly diet anyway, having had several horses with the condition boarded there over the years. I'm frankly more concerned...
  20. FineAlready, I don't have any real advice, but I...

    FineAlready, I don't have any real advice, but I wanted you to know you are not alone. You could be describing my Paint gelding. He has a history of starting out stiff, sometimes almost lame feeling,...
  21. Anyone else remember Tall and Proud? A young girl...

    Anyone else remember Tall and Proud? A young girl contracts Polio, and, as part of her recovery her father buys her a racehorse needing a layup. If I'm recalling it correctly, it's set in Great...
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    I used to write JAG fanfiction back before I had...

    I used to write JAG fanfiction back before I had my son and time was not such a precious commodity. The group I belonged to ran a "summer season" where we each took a week and provided an episode to...
  23. Not sure I remember the skunk cabbage, but...

    Not sure I remember the skunk cabbage, but there's a story about a boy named Owlie who rescues a horse he names Mystery; I think that was from a junkyard, but I'm not positive.
  24. My favorite dog books, and one horse book, were...

    My favorite dog books, and one horse book, were by Col. S.P. Meek. (Not sure I spelled that correctly.) I know Frog, the Horse Knew No Master has been discussed here on CoTH before. I also loved...
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    Thanks for the replies, TWH Girl and...

    Thanks for the replies, TWH Girl and SquishTheBunny. I'm definitely planning on a lameness eval, xrays if recommended, and then formulating a plan with my vet. I don't want my guy's attitude to be...
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