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  1. Just to clarify, there is no such thing as a 2...

    Just to clarify, there is no such thing as a 2 year old reining futurity. We do however show our horses in futurities their 3 year old year. What many of you fail to realize is that every 3 year old...
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    At this point my vet thinks a pinched nerve in...

    At this point my vet thinks a pinched nerve in his neck or back. He says not neurological because it isn't consistent and we can't reproduce it on command. We will have him out on Saturday for a...
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    Not my vet bill so no actually, I would rather do...

    Not my vet bill so no actually, I would rather do what is right by the horse, BUT refer to my post above this...it's easier to tell an inexperienced owner there's yet another problem with your horse...
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    Thanks for the dig but I am indeed NOT "shrugging...

    Thanks for the dig but I am indeed NOT "shrugging this off"....I have already been in contact with the students grandmother who is also the barn owner. The kid takes one lesson a week and therefore...
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    Thanks for the ideas guys! He's absolutely sound...

    Thanks for the ideas guys! He's absolutely sound under saddle, and only does it once....I could back him up again a few times with no problem.
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    Horse buckling when backed up

    Here's a long shot because I'm not sure how to describe it and not quite sure what it all means....in addition to my "day job" I also teach lessons once a week at a local farm...I teach hunt seat...
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    Yes. Had 4 gelded that way this spring...had...

    Yes. Had 4 gelded that way this spring...had never heard of it being done this way and it wasn't our regular vet who did it. After the deed and talking to our regular vet he said he doesn't recommend...
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    Hands down the best made trailer on the market....

    Hands down the best made trailer on the market. We had a custom one in the early 2000's. Absolutely lovely spray in rubber flooring, we never had to worry about mats. Never ever had a problem with...
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    If your horse likes it - go with it! Let the...

    If your horse likes it - go with it! Let the horse tell you! It's not a real severe bit, we use the same mouth piece just with shorter shanks as our 2 coming 3 year olds intro to curb bits. Myler...
  10. Cheney leather products. I will never buy...

    Cheney leather products. I will never buy anything else. Headstalls are $50-$75. They sell the best reins, off billets, belts, etc. The leather is like butter and holds up forever.
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    The site is built from the ground up, I wasn't...

    The site is built from the ground up, I wasn't necessarily looking for a mobile site, just one that could be viewed on hense, ie; no flash, simple graphics, stuff that will load easily on phones. I...
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    Thanks for the feedback everyone! It's awesome!...

    Thanks for the feedback everyone! It's awesome! My webmaster is insisting that people don't care about a mobile optimized site and that it's a waste of time and that if we simplify our site, people...
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    Website questions

    Just a few questions regarding website viewing and internet usage.

    Hypothetically speaking, okay not hypothetically speaking, lol....our website is currently not optimized for mobile use (it uses...
  14. And that's why our little 4 year old reining...

    And that's why our little 4 year old reining reject is a lovely lesson and trail horse. He's broke to death, sired by one of the most well known sires in reining history and yet we know that means...
  15. For the record, some trainers do tie their faces...

    For the record, some trainers do tie their faces down and bite them off the bit but there ARE also many reiners that naturally go low headed. When you relax in a maneuver and it's correct and their...
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    Warm winter layers

    Anyone have suggestions for warm winter layers that won't break the bank? Talking thin under armor like shirts/turtlenecks, light warm coats etc. thanks in advance! I'm remember why I hate winter in...
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    I highly recommend oats with a high quality...

    I highly recommend oats with a high quality alfalfa. We feed this to our yearlings and this is our 21st year of foals. Our alfalfa is around 18% protein and we also feed high quality Timothy round...
  18. I would take your mind off the lameness of his...

    I would take your mind off the lameness of his hind leg and let him tell you. If your vet says his pics are clean and she says he's sound, go with it but listen to your horse. In reining, a horse...
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    Did I mention my vet is absolutely amazing!? He...

    Did I mention my vet is absolutely amazing!? He is primarily a track vet but keeps a few farm accounts for the humor of it. I don't know how he managed to put it all back together but he did and it's...
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    And cue the melt down...

    My yearling got herself into quite the predicament today. Got a call from a tenant that one of the fillies had a "cut on her shoulder." Now this tenant has made frequent calls before about "life or...
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    Love our Bob's saddles. We have one that's 20...

    Love our Bob's saddles. We have one that's 20 years old and it's my absolute favorite. So comfortable and has held up amazing. Have had some exposure to the Continental Saddles as we have a few in...
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    Riding in the heat

    What's the cut off for everyone in terms of riding in the heat? I got thinking about it today as it was dreadful out (maybe I'm just not used to the heat yet) but upper 80's with a heat index in the...
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    We have this same disc drag and love it. If it...

    We have this same disc drag and love it. If it dogs too deep just don't engage it all the way. When you back up and pull the rope and then drive forward, don't hold it until you're totally engaged....
  24. Our barn is open 7 days a week however we...

    Our barn is open 7 days a week however we (trainers) have Monday off as well as the stall cleaner/feeder/colt breaker/ etc guy. The barn owner feeds but stalls don't get done. Boarders are welcome to...
  25. Dan Sanborn is good. Charlie Smith is great for...

    Dan Sanborn is good.
    Charlie Smith is great for non pros. He's at Santa Hill.

    We are located in PA, although a little far for you probably.
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