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  1. I agree with Manni01, that as Toto developed more...

    I agree with Manni01, that as Toto developed more carrying power, the front end just got more and more expressive. I've had many horses start with a mediocre trot, but with advanced training got...
  2. Didn't Jiminez win the silver medal in Athens? ...

    Didn't Jiminez win the silver medal in Athens? Guizo was lots of fun to watch and I have no problem with how he goes. Also Damon Hill, and he has won or placed very highly in many competitions. ...
  3. There are still plenty of trainers that train...

    There are still plenty of trainers that train using absolutely classical methods. Can't you guys find even one that is competing that is being slighted by the judges so we can discuss? I think...
  4. So would the Werth playing with GP movements...

    So would the Werth playing with GP movements bareback and halter video on 19 year old Satchmo fall into this new "competitive test riding" category? If I shared this video with someone, I shouldn't...
  5. For comparison, Toto's tail is much quieter IMHO...

    For comparison, Toto's tail is much quieter IMHO ;)
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QPmhyOGoGnA
  6. Yeah, just re watched the Ahlreich video then...

    Yeah, just re watched the Ahlreich video then watched Valegro and Totilas archives... Much rather Freaky Friday myself with Charlotte or Edward during those rides vs Klimke. I think if Gal bumped...
  7. Thank you, BTDT. I was just about to respond in...

    Thank you, BTDT. I was just about to respond in a similar fashion... Even Parcival looks freakin amazingly sound considering his age and number of competitions, as well as the Anky horses. One...
  8. I wasn't trying to imply that the judges aren't...

    I wasn't trying to imply that the judges aren't paying attention to the walk... Just that it is a difficult movement to elicit an enthusiastic response. It would be interesting to look at figure...
  9. I believe a component of this is that the walk...

    I believe a component of this is that the walk really doesn't have much of an emotional effect visually. This might give it a bit of a scoring handicap of just a point or two. I've seen some other...
  10. Thread: PSSM

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    My method of disguising the oil is to find a hay...

    My method of disguising the oil is to find a hay pellet that "fluffs" when you add water, then add oil. I put just enough water over the pellets to submerge them, depending on the temp of the water...
  11. I agree with Gloria. I'd consider taking out...

    I agree with Gloria. I'd consider taking out sand first before adding in GGT which will add to your cost and can also be difficult to get "just right". When I first installed my arenas, I did my...
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    My guy had this type of issue for at least a year...

    My guy had this type of issue for at least a year where we couldn't figure out why needing to poop would affect him so much. Like yours, about 20 minutes prior to pooping, he would exhibit symptoms...
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    I remember my TCVM vet that studied extensively...

    I remember my TCVM vet that studied extensively with Dr. Xie said to finish treatment with omeprazole first then begin with the herbs. I believe it had to do with absorption or whatever else that...
  14. Another possibility is that she is not sleeping...

    Another possibility is that she is not sleeping and lack of REM sleep is making her nutty. I know my gelding paces much more when he goes through periods of not lying down to sleep which may be due...
  15. The biggest problem with TCVM is finding a...

    The biggest problem with TCVM is finding a practitioner that really understands it and can select the proper herbs, acupuncture points along with suggesting needed husbandry changes to get the...
  16. My sister works for a clinic that does...

    My sister works for a clinic that does rehabilitation of dogs post-surgery. She would never recommend the lateral stitch for large, active dogs and also thinks it is very important to find a...
  17. Thread: Tying up

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    Maybe you are not feeding enough fat, or the...

    Maybe you are not feeding enough fat, or the total NSC is too high? Also, how much is he turned out?

    I'd also try higher amounts of Vit E, like 10,000 IU along with the magnesium. Can't...
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    We have a mare boarded here that has always been...

    We have a mare boarded here that has always been very sensitive around her head due to poll trauma she endured as a foal. She hates standard halters and if you try to put one on her she will run...
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    My shivers guy doesn't visibly "shiver" in front...

    My shivers guy doesn't visibly "shiver" in front as he does the hinds, but is actually generally easier to shoe behind than front. Even picking out his front is hard. What has helped him is the...
  20. The pissy behavior especially regarding the...

    The pissy behavior especially regarding the canter, reluctance to go forward at first make me think EPSM. Not all will tie up and have elevated enzyme levels. Would look into doing hair and muscle...
  21. My sister and I saw them at the CDS championship....

    My sister and I saw them at the CDS championship. He had four white socks I think. Very well behaved and a fun pair to watch. Those ears are mesmerizing!!
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    I am currently in the same dilemma with a six...

    I am currently in the same dilemma with a six year old hanoverian mare. She has been showing as a hunter, but the last show we switched her to the jumpers so we could go home earlier :). Anyway, in...
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    Normally, I'd say it is a test of true training,...

    Normally, I'd say it is a test of true training, but these arenas were where the youngsters' classes were at. The FEI classes were in the "better" arenas. I think not only the expense of these...
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    Checked it out this morning. Geez, the show is...

    Checked it out this morning. Geez, the show is huge! Of the handful of pairs I saw, have to say I loved Sandy Savage and Relevé. What a pleasant partnership and impressive without any tension or...
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    Never mind. I poked around the website and found...

    Never mind. I poked around the website and found the program. Wish there would be a few more vendors :(
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