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  1. Thread: Breeching

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    I missed where you said you needed wheels, but...

    I missed where you said you needed wheels, but yes, they proper wheels are incredibly expensive. Big Dee's is a bit cheaper though but they are strictly racing, nothing fancy.

    I like the cart...
  2. Thread: Shoing options

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    I know, I'm inclined to just follow my farrier's...

    I know, I'm inclined to just follow my farrier's advice, but like I said, I really respect the trainer, and, well, whats the point of having a mentor if you don't follow their advice? :lol:

    Such a...
  3. Thread: Breeching

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    I drove my morgan in a cart similar to yours when...

    I drove my morgan in a cart similar to yours when I was just starting out, and boy I loved it, I loved being so open and close to the ground and free!

    The previous owner of my jog cart installed...
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    2 horses on 2 acres, I pick daily, compost and...

    2 horses on 2 acres, I pick daily, compost and spread the gorgeous black gold over the paddocks twice a year and take the rest home for my gardens.

    Labor intensive, but I love turning waste into...
  5. no no no! bad bad bad! never reuse needles. ...

    no no no! bad bad bad! never reuse needles.

    Interesting about the silicone coating. One of my geldings came to me with a flattened golf ball sized lump on his neck in a common injection site, has...
  6. Thread: Shoing options

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    Thank you all so much! I can always depend on you...

    Thank you all so much! I can always depend on you guys for great advice.

    I think a wash over the heels is what my farrier did. It looks as you describe, a puddle of material with the drilltek...
  7. Thread: Shoing options

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    Shoing options

    Getting ready to put shoes back on for driving this year, I have a few options to consider and am not sure what to do.

    Last year I put shoes on my horse for the first time hoping to give him some...
  8. Thread: Ticks

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    Ticks started making an appearance in February by...

    Ticks started making an appearance in February by me, any time the ground thawed for even an afternoon. I started my guys on Buglyte 3 weeks ago. It helped a lot last year, went from 5-6 ticks per...
  9. Can't comment on the unilateral sweating, but...

    Can't comment on the unilateral sweating, but wanted to chime in to say my Morgan had many similar issues you describe in the mare. Turned out in my own horse to be a kaleidoscope problems... yeah...
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    If I didn't drive alone, I would never drive!...

    If I didn't drive alone, I would never drive! :lol:

    It took me about 2 months before I felt confident enough to drive alone in rings, and about 2 months more before I was willing to hit the trails...
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    had to log in to say bravo meup! OP please...

    had to log in to say

    bravo meup!

    OP please reconsider and hang around. This board can be very tough, but its primarily because everyone is just so dedicated to their animals, and so many of us...
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    I have noticed in my own horses and friends...

    I have noticed in my own horses and friends horses that in some animals, poorer quality hay appears to encourage longer more scraggly winter coats that shed out oddly, while better quality hay does...
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    Thank you soooo much!!!

    Thank you soooo much!!!
  14. I recently got the Andis Power Deshedder,...

    I recently got the Andis Power Deshedder, basically because I was too cheap to spring for the Furminator, and it works really really well.

    But honestly, nothing works like elbow grease. And...
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    Question for Pacific owners...

    How on earth does one remove the hub/wheel to check if its clean and greased inside? I'm really trying to check this out and for the life of me can't figure out how to get inside to peek.

    Thanks!
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    Have only dealt with Jan at DE, and just recently...

    Have only dealt with Jan at DE, and just recently with Janie for some replacement parts. Both are outstanding people, so helpful and friendly and professional! And tack from both sources is so well...
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    Driving folk are a special breed of extra-special...

    Driving folk are a special breed of extra-special friendly! Seriously, I've never met a more welcoming, helpful and warm group of people.
  18. Wow, absolutely deserves an extra flake for...

    Wow, absolutely deserves an extra flake for supper. What a good good boy! You must be so proud!
  19. Wow what a strange mystery! Just in the last...

    Wow what a strange mystery!

    Just in the last few days I've been adopted by a grey squirrel with a front end lameness that appears rather quiet and peacefully hangs out picking up crumbs run-in...
  20. My morgan's mouth had been neglected with his...

    My morgan's mouth had been neglected with his previous owner and was in really rough shape by the time he came to me at age 7. Noticeably parrot mouthed, and dramatically dribbled grain. For other...
  21. Huge second for the ergonomic dura fork...

    Huge second for the ergonomic dura fork. I gave myself tendonitis with a straight wooden handle fork when I moved to a self care facility and insisted on picking my paddocks daily. I thought it was...
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    Yes I have and have been very happy with my...

    Yes I have and have been very happy with my purchases. The seller (I forget her name) was very helpful when I had some questions about tandem gear.

    I agree they are probably still heading home...
  23. I have great luck with the rambo Ice Vibe boots....

    I have great luck with the rambo Ice Vibe boots. The vibrating part is pricey, but the ice packs themselves can be bought separately iirc.

    I keep them in my freezer overnight and bring them...
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    Working in a rp can mean some serious torque and...

    Working in a rp can mean some serious torque and sudden changes of direction, even the best fitting hoof boots might have problems staying on. Not to mention the slip factor, which could make your...
  25. My horses get primarily alfalfa pellets, whole...

    My horses get primarily alfalfa pellets, whole oats, whole flax and a bit of pennfields fibergized for extra "taste" to get them to eat their vit/min/salt and bug-off supplements.

    I use whole...
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