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    I love Andalusians and other spanish breeds who...

    I love Andalusians and other spanish breeds who compete in the top. But don't tell me they got there because they are that breed.... They got there because they had a lot of training like any other...
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    Honestly, I think the market is really good (for...

    Honestly, I think the market is really good (for high quality warmbloods) if you can develop and market them. There are lots of people shopping for upper level prospects (3 to 5 yrs) with a healthy...
  3. This all just sounds too bizarre to me. The owner...

    This all just sounds too bizarre to me. The owner of this filly really needs to seek an expert opinion ie a sport horse/lameness vet.
  4. Thanks everyone for the responses. I might...

    Thanks everyone for the responses.

    I might seek a third opinion as what can it hurt?

    He was ridden dressage and developed normally...ie just basic walk, trot, canter for the first year slowly...
  5. Strange Stifle Injury and Stem Cells. Warning: Long Post!

    I am posting here hoping maybe someone has a similar story and/or thoughts on the use of treating stifle problems/injuries with stem cells.

    We have a coming seven year old Lusitano gelding that...
  6. I would also get a second opinion. I had a four...

    I would also get a second opinion. I had a four year old diagnosed with ringbone in one hind during a vetting and got a second opinion. Ended up being an artifact.
  7. While the weanling could be hog fat for all i...

    While the weanling could be hog fat for all i know, to have actual, honest-to-God ringbone diagnosed this young doesn't scream overfeeding to me. it screams some kind of very unusual congenital...
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    My partner and I ride with her every couple of...

    My partner and I ride with her every couple of months as she comes up here to clinic. She is AMAZING, an incredibly gifted rider and instructor and a really wonderful person. She has such a good eye...
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    I saw Metall at P.S stallion station a few years...

    I saw Metall at P.S stallion station a few years ago, he is very light and on the smaller side it seemed.
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    Ah, silly me never thought of that. So the next...

    Ah, silly me never thought of that. So the next question is will they have Russian riders or German riders.

    They are in training with Kasselmann employed riders. The people who bought Dante also...
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    Re the Russian purchase; they have some nice...

    Re the Russian purchase; they have some nice horses. But I have no clue re who will train and ride them.

    They stay at Kasselmann's to be trained.
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    I can't understand why the pregnancy rates in...

    I can't understand why the pregnancy rates in that study are so low?
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    Carl probably finds them before they are backed...

    Carl probably finds them before they are backed and takes a risk..sells the ones that are not so good once they are started and keeps the others. That would be my guess.
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    It seems like most people here don't really have...

    It seems like most people here don't really have a grasp on what it takes to be competitive in the FEI 6 yr old tests.
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    Poll: No. I brand intensive farming practices for pigs...

    No. I brand intensive farming practices for pigs and chickens as inherently inhumane.
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    Poll: Did you miss the part in my original post that...

    Did you miss the part in my original post that Temple Grandin, HERSELF, was a consultant for the planning of the plant? Apparently, her beliefs did not prevent her from making on-site visits and...
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    Poll: I am sure there are some videos that misrepresent...

    I am sure there are some videos that misrepresent what is happening on some of these farms. But there are farrrrrr too many of them showing abuse that cannot possibly be manufactured to make me feel...
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    Poll: Bluey, you will never convince me of the merits...

    Bluey, you will never convince me of the merits of intensive farming. Ever. I am a vegetarian, I don't believe in killing animals to satisfy a pleasure craving and I don't look at animals as "natural...
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    Poll: KSAQUA, maybe it's you who is ignorant. After...

    KSAQUA, maybe it's you who is ignorant. After all, the most well respected/educated animal welfare scientist/ethologist out there ( Dr. Temple Grandin) agrees with me. She states : "We've got to...
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    Poll: Interestingly enough, the humane farm I was...

    Interestingly enough, the humane farm I was discussing earlier encourages farm visits from customers or anyone interested and according to them have never had a problem with animals rights people....
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    Poll: Skaqua, I am well aware of the reasons that...

    Skaqua, I am well aware of the reasons that animals are intensively reared but that has no bearing on whether or not the animals are raised humanely. If you think that all an intelligent animal needs...
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    Poll: Pigs evolved and survived without the help of man...

    Pigs evolved and survived without the help of man and their stupid contraptions.... miraculous as it may seem, pigs have been able to give birth and successfully raise their young perfectly fine for...
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    Quidam Blue is in fact not totally jumper bred....

    Quidam Blue is in fact not totally jumper bred. Damsire Come On has produces some good dressage horses (ie Comic Hilltop FRH). I have seen QB in work and he moves well enough that he could have made...
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    Exactly what MysticOak said.

    Exactly what MysticOak said.
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    Lots of good points here and an interesting...

    Lots of good points here and an interesting discussion!

    I still think it is matter of breeder education vs anything else. Someone with a good mare using a young stallion following lots of...
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