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  1. I find this interesting, because although I know...

    I find this interesting, because although I know that while his lesson on educating a horse to the stick is a part of, I would daresay, every clinic he teaches, I had a very different experience in...
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    Makes sense, thank you!

    Makes sense, thank you!
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    The mention of custard has me a bit confused... ...

    The mention of custard has me a bit confused... Does "bread pudding" mean different things regionally? The bread pudding I make is really more like French toast in a pan, but with chunks of bread...
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    Can I freeze bread pudding?

    We've got a Christmas baking exchange at work, and I'd like to make bread pudding for it (I've brought it to other things, and it always gets lots of compliments!). I just don't know how well it...
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    I think there are people out there for your...

    I think there are people out there for your situation. I have had the pleasure of riding a number of very, very nice horses thanks to the generosity of their lovely owner. They're horses I would...
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    If you email EcoGold, they're very helpful with...

    If you email EcoGold, they're very helpful with trying to match a pad to your saddle. If you've got a really unusual one, they'll custom make a pad too, which is what I had done for my sidesaddle.
  7. Because it would be shocking if GM allowed anyone...

    Because it would be shocking if GM allowed anyone to ride with one of those in his clinic? :)
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    Canadian Voltaire Rep: Francis Berger...

    Canadian Voltaire Rep: Francis Berger
    francis@voltaire-design.com
    C: (519) 924 - 4035
    www.voltaire-design.com
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    Yes we do! He's a rider/trainer based in the...

    Yes we do! He's a rider/trainer based in the Montreal area. I can't find the card he gave me just at this moment, but I'll keep looking. Maybe the company themselves could put you in touch with...
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    I bet it is the same saddle. Rest assured it has...

    I bet it is the same saddle. Rest assured it has a good home. ;) I feel badly for almost literally taking it out from under you, but it is such a lovely saddle and fits my husband so well that we...
  11. You know your blades are dull when the blades...

    You know your blades are dull when the blades start to drag in the coat, or stop clipping altogether, and cleaning doesn't make a difference. There are loads of blade sharpening places out there. ...
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    I should also add that the Canadian rep was great...

    I should also add that the Canadian rep was great to work with - he didn't know my husband and I from a hole in the ground, but was happy to let us take the saddle home to ride in, then return later...
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    We just bought one, a Palm Beach demo model. My...

    We just bought one, a Palm Beach demo model. My husband had been looking for an upgrade from his current saddle, and we made the mistake of sitting in the Voltaires at their booth at the Royal. ;)...
  14. I clip a LOT of horses, and use the T-84s over...

    I clip a LOT of horses, and use the T-84s over the entire body, ears to tail to hoof. The A5's will get the job done if you're patient (and the horse is too), but they'll be slow, may leave lines,...
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    No issues at all with mine either, and I use it...

    No issues at all with mine either, and I use it on a sensitive mare that marks easily!
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    Another vote for EcoGold!

    Another vote for EcoGold!
  17. Eleanor, will you please share your recipe? I...

    Eleanor, will you please share your recipe? I have one that, when it turns out is delicious, but often comes out over cooked at the edges and porridge consistency in the middle. Either that, or...
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    I did my chestnut mare in burgundy once, only...

    I did my chestnut mare in burgundy once, only because I had left my chestnut skein of yarn at another barn and needed to get a passport picture for her ASAP. I think it looked nice enough, but I...
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    The EcoGold pads are a really nice option too, if...

    The EcoGold pads are a really nice option too, if you can find one to try. I find the Ogilvy like a big pillow under my saddle, and don't enjoy the feel it gives. My EcoGold pad is much better...
  20. If they're the little ones, then I'm afraid you...

    If they're the little ones, then I'm afraid you need to settle in with a good movie, and just pick at them... I would be very hesitant to wash the jacket with the burs in there still, for fear of...
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    No need! :) I own both sets of Andis clippers,...

    No need! :) I own both sets of Andis clippers, plus their new 5-speed set. I have clipped 5 in one day using the 2-speed pair with no issue at all. I save the Progress clippers for the disaster...
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    Myler pelhams have pretty thin mouthpieces,...

    Myler pelhams have pretty thin mouthpieces, comparatively with other brands. Plenty of options too, if you want something other than a plain, straight mullen mouth.
  23. sascha - Yes, that was me on my Dad's mare!...

    sascha - Yes, that was me on my Dad's mare! We were trying to get an outing in before heading to the Royal for the TB Under Saddle classes. :) Thank you very, very much for the kind words! Your...
  24. What a fun thread! It's neat to see all the...

    What a fun thread! It's neat to see all the different things that people do with their horses. :)

    My mare is primarily a hunter, but we do a fair number of other things for fun as well. She goes...
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    If you don't mind having them custom made and...

    If you don't mind having them custom made and perhaps paying a little more, contact Antares directly. When I had a very specific request to match one of my nice high-end bridles, the company that...
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