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    Absolutely not!!!

    Absolutely not!!!
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    REPLACE IT. NOW. Its not worth the risk -...

    REPLACE IT. NOW.

    Its not worth the risk - even though it may look fine to you, it has been compromised and internal damage was probably done to it. And cut the chin strap on it so no one else...
  3. Fly mask with ears, fly wraps for the legs, fly...

    Fly mask with ears, fly wraps for the legs, fly sheet - fly sheet ONLY at night when the mosquitos come out (had too many deer flies, B-52 bombers, etc. get trapped under fly sheets that I stopped...
  4. http://www.horsetech.com/reithoof.html ...

    http://www.horsetech.com/reithoof.html

    Reithoof by Horsetech. My OTTB had an acute laminitis flare-up a year ago and needless to say it destroyed her bad hoof (only foot affected due to mechanical...
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    I've seen those on the website - they look very...

    I've seen those on the website - they look very interesting! My mare lived in her Soft-Rides after her acute laminitis flare-up about a year ago. Those things were miracle workers! I haven't heard...
  6. Buy the MDC Ultimates - they have just enough...

    Buy the MDC Ultimates - they have just enough "give" but never feel too wobbly/unstable. They helped a ton with my knee pain (complete ACL and meniscus tear).

    :)
  7. Depends on the brand. I put on about...

    Depends on the brand. I put on about 18,000-19,000 miles a year on my truck. The Goodyears that came with my truck were a nightmare (had to replace one at 5k and another at 8k miles :mad: - Goodyear...
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    Great advice from everyone above. Vet wrap should...

    Great advice from everyone above. Vet wrap should never be used the way you used it. It is NOT meant to be left on the long or for that reason. Yes you can cause some serious damage. I've used it for...
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    Straight load. I HATE slant loads. Hate that if I...

    Straight load. I HATE slant loads. Hate that if I needed to get to the first horse I have to unload how many others are on the trailer. The size of the stall is typically smaller in a slant load so...
  10. Have you contacted Triple Crown? They are great...

    Have you contacted Triple Crown? They are great to deal with and always get back to you in no time at all. I wouldn't suddenly switch because you get one bag that somehow got messed up in the...
  11. Thread: Flax seed

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    Same here. I feed 1 cup per day of Triple Crown...

    Same here. I feed 1 cup per day of Triple Crown Omega Max. It's stabilized and has a 2-year shelf life so you don't have to bother grinding up stuff. Much easier to feed this way. I pay around $25-26...
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    When your horse comes up lame so you take her to...

    When your horse comes up lame so you take her to a well-known equine hospital who diagnosis the lame leg with laminitis (mechanical not metabolic as all tests came back fine). You're given written...
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    Who has it for $25?? And what are the limits of...

    Who has it for $25?? And what are the limits of liability?
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    I use Corinthian too. I pay $150 which covers up...

    I use Corinthian too. I pay $150 which covers up to five horses.

    http://www.corinthianinsurance.com/2014_forms-files/CIA%20Private%20Horse%20Owners.pdf

    It's available thru most major equine...
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    Why do you need to cut back on the TC Senior? It...

    Why do you need to cut back on the TC Senior? It has a super low NSC of 11.7. TC Senior typically is the go-to feed for horses who need to gain weight.
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  16. The filly needs to be quarantined! And everything...

    The filly needs to be quarantined! And everything done for her needs to happen AFTER all other chores are done for the other horses. It's contagious and spreads easily. Isolation protocol needs to be...
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    Personally I would NOT get an all-steel trailer....

    Personally I would NOT get an all-steel trailer. Rust just eats away at that stuff. All-aluminum or aluminum over steel would be my choices. My trailer is 10 years old - bought it new in 2004. It's a...
  18. Very nice truck :yes:. Congrats!! I have a 2008...

    Very nice truck :yes:. Congrats!! I have a 2008 that is at 111,000 miles and has been great :). My dealership guys keep telling me is should buy a new one since they are so nice. I'm tempted but my...
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    Too funny :lol:. It's always their "best sale...

    Too funny :lol:. It's always their "best sale ever" yet the prices never change ;). (They really need a whole new marketing department). I don't waste my time either - into the recycle bin they go!
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  20. Thread: Sundowner?

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    I can't comment on Bison trailers but personally...

    I can't comment on Bison trailers but personally I would NOT buy a Sundowner or Exiss - I've heard too many horrible stories about those two.

    Now Kingston - thats what I have now and all my...
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    Never in front of me or behind me - i want a...

    Never in front of me or behind me - i want a clear look at their head/eye. Guess i've never really thought where they should be but I've also had horses for 30+ years (& taken care of well over 150...
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    They've always been great to deal with. I've...

    They've always been great to deal with. I've never had an issue with them - thankfully I haven't had to file any large claims but the small ones were handled pretty quickly. They do add restrictions...
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    ^This. V-notch the top and bottom. I've used the...

    ^This. V-notch the top and bottom. I've used the stuff for years and years without padding and its never been an issue but I also know how to wrap. I do use a gauze pad or Always pantyliners (don't...
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    I use Hallmark - one of the nice things about...

    I use Hallmark - one of the nice things about them is there are no co-pays. :)

    http://www.hallmarkhorse.com/index.asp
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    Dark, coffee colored urine is a sign of tying up....

    Dark, coffee colored urine is a sign of tying up. When it happens don't force the horse to move or things could get worse. Call your vet and tell them what's going on so you know what to do the next...
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