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    So sorry to hear of his passing. He was a...

    So sorry to hear of his passing. He was a wonderful stallion!! It was so generous of Hilltop Farm to send him to Cazenovia College to play a part in their Equine educational program.
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    There's no need to bottle or syringe feed these...

    There's no need to bottle or syringe feed these foals. Just set up an Igloo cooler with a nipple and they will learn to suck from it when they need to on their own with some help in the beginning. ...
  3. You don't even have to use nursemares. You can...

    You don't even have to use nursemares. You can hook up an Igloos cooler with a nipple on it at the right height for the foal and it will learn to nurse from it when it's hungry. Also the cooler...
  4. Ryan Wood - Woodstock Eventing. We have 4 horses...

    Ryan Wood - Woodstock Eventing. We have 4 horses and 3 ponies with him - they are all homebreds of ours. We are very pleased with the training program and the results. Ryan also imports some nice...
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    Yes they all have to have a passport and a copy...

    Yes they all have to have a passport and a copy of the registrations papers are in the passport. But as someone else pointed out the Registration papers are the proof of ownership. We've imported...
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    Depending on what discipline you compete in, I...

    Depending on what discipline you compete in, I would suggest you look at the Breeder rankings on the USEF site for that discipline. Those are certainly the ones that have bred horses that have been...
  7. I've been a breeder for about 28 yeas and I...

    I've been a breeder for about 28 yeas and I wouldn't sell any of my horses or ponies in an on line Auction. And I wouldn't buy that way either.
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    I would think they would have to be visible on...

    I would think they would have to be visible on u/s. The mare owner does have recourse IMHO against the owner who had them put in the mare and didn't disclose it at the time of the sale.
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    I do not recommend bottle feed him at this point. And we don't wean that early. The longer they are on the mare - the lower the instance of ulcers. I would try some ulcer guard on him. Then tape...
  10. No it won't be as long as you get the mare...

    No it won't be as long as you get the mare approved.
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    I'll try to make my point without offending...

    I'll try to make my point without offending anyone. This is my 28th year breeding both WB's and also GRP's. Over the years I have spent time, money and energy to produce the best horses and ponies...
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    Regarding the tickets and seating in the Stadium....

    Regarding the tickets and seating in the Stadium. I quote this from one of Bob's letters not long before we left for France "Also - a real surprise - There will be no reserved seats within tickt...
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    I don't feel anyone goes to these events...

    I don't feel anyone goes to these events expecting perfection. But I do believe the FEI sanctions this event and they should have had people participating in making sure that the logistics, safety...
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    I went to France for the WEGS and used...

    I went to France for the WEGS and used Equestriantours. I had attended the Aachen WEGS eight years ago. I have friends and several people in our group had been to Kentucky. So my comments about...
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    We have diamond mesh with a top board and posts...

    We have diamond mesh with a top board and posts 8' on center. Had slip board at our first farm and didn't like it . The deer would squeeze through and break the boards and some horses figured out...
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    Having visited breeding farms in Germany in the...

    Having visited breeding farms in Germany in the past - I can tell you the young horses are not handled very much at all until they are 3. So if you plan to invest in a "youngster" based only on...
  17. Curious as to whether Pennslvania has a Right To...

    Curious as to whether Pennslvania has a Right To Farm Act. We do here in NJ and it has helped us with the "farm noise", etc. issues that usually arrive with people who want to look at the farms but...
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    Looks like Event Entries is stuck - no scoring as...

    Looks like Event Entries is stuck - no scoring as of 11:46 AM
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    I own the GRP stallion Popeye who stands at...

    I own the GRP stallion Popeye who stands at Hilltop. We trained him up through PSG in Dressage and he is now eventing and is a super jumper. He's been crossed with pony mares and horse mares with...
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    ISR-Oldenburg NA breeder Susan Thomas, MN bred...

    ISR-Oldenburg NA breeder Susan Thomas, MN bred the stallion Patriot (born '98) by Pharaoh (also her stallion) out of Safir. He was very successful in Germany in S Dressage with 19 winnings, several...
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    I've had this issue with the very tall foals. I...

    I've had this issue with the very tall foals. I think they just get nervous about losing the balance. We give them a mild tranquilizer the first few times to get them used to the trimming. We also...
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    Ditto on what others have said. The foals don't...

    Ditto on what others have said. The foals don't have the enzymes in their stomachs until at least 3-4 months to process the grains you are giving him. And ditto on leaving him on the mare as long...
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    As I've stated over and over again. Breeders...

    As I've stated over and over again. Breeders have a choice in this country to work with various registries. And I haven't seen any factual comments from the "various registries" about the ISR/OLDNA...
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    We have always had success by wrapping from the...

    We have always had success by wrapping from the knee down to the ground. We use the big cotton wraps and then vet wrap. We unwrap and wrap daily to make sure it isn't too tight or too loose It does...
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    We breed German Riding ponies and we've found the...

    We breed German Riding ponies and we've found the Wintec's are the best choice unless you want to spend a lot of money. I have one Devocoux which I brought in from Germany when I shipped ponies in...
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