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    Has there been improvement with initial treatment...

    Has there been improvement with initial treatment prescribed?
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    Both releases can lead to awful habits when not...

    Both releases can lead to awful habits when not taught from the grass root up.

    We have a trainer in this area infamous for telling her beginner to mid-level riders "THROW YOUR HANDS TO HIS EARS"....
  3. Would you want him on field board for monetary...

    Would you want him on field board for monetary reasons or you think it will aid in his rehab?

    If you could accurately predict how your horse will move around the field you might have an easier...
  4. ^ this.

    ^ this.
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    The way my vet described it was that after the...

    The way my vet described it was that after the initial injection the potency of each will only have to go up until eventually the horse may reach a level where the injection is no longer effective....
  6. Thank you for this... I was beginning to feel the...

    Thank you for this... I was beginning to feel the same way.
  7. I think you are misunderstanding my point here......

    I think you are misunderstanding my point here...

    The time limits set at BN and N are obnoxiously long. They prohibit achieving any actual sort of gallop. It's not a lack of schooling in achieving...
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    Is it necessary to love your horse? If you...

    Is it necessary to love your horse?

    If you have to even ask, I'd say in your case then, no.

    Would you keep one that you enjoy riding but that you don't enjoy working with on the ground?

    To...
  9. So so so sorry for this lost. Saying a little...

    So so so sorry for this lost. Saying a little prayer for you and your sweet Lacey (((((hugs)))))
  10. It's still all too real... wow. That poor family.

    It's still all too real... wow. That poor family.
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    Showing is like anything else in life - different...

    Showing is like anything else in life - different people do it for different reasons. It almost sounds like you "failed" the idea you have created of your competing self, in terms of showing. You...
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    The barn I rent is owned by a hay farmer. Last...

    The barn I rent is owned by a hay farmer. Last season we had second cutting well through Spring and it was perfectly fine. I think a lot depends on the actual content of the hay when it was bailed....
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    Whoever is dumb enough to place their name in...

    Whoever is dumb enough to place their name in business with this crook is sealing their own fate. Let her stay in the area. She's got a pack of hungry wolves just waiting to pounce.
  14. He does realize the horse will eat the hay,...

    He does realize the horse will eat the hay, right? What a weirdo!
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    Man it's awesome what you can find on youtube,...

    Man it's awesome what you can find on youtube, isn't it?

    Eye opening to see different equestrian's methodology.
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    Back when my guy was green there was one point my...

    Back when my guy was green there was one point my trainer demanded me to take a break from riding, more specifically, from him. It was the best decision made in my life. Mind you it was literally 2...
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    Certification in any field will only add to your...

    Certification in any field will only add to your credentials, obviously. Having that said, CHA doesn't seem to carry much merit behind its' name. I would put your money into a program like ARIA, BHS...
  18. It would take a lot more than in house training...

    It would take a lot more than in house training to convince me to comfortably operate such a system. How scary and heartbreaking.
  19. We were schooling at Bucks coming up to a...

    We were schooling at Bucks coming up to a training level log, Pi thew on the brakes and I executed an amazing flip over his neck, perfectly square on my feet landing on top on the log. It was a real...
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    How scary! I hope you get some positive results...

    How scary! I hope you get some positive results soon!
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    What a lovely winter (or lack thereof) we have...

    What a lovely winter (or lack thereof) we have had this year! Def counting my blessings for this.

    During the winter we do lots of long walking distances. Now through March/April we'll start to...
  22. JP60, fantastic posts. Really really great stuff....

    JP60, fantastic posts. Really really great stuff.

    I am a BAR-eventer. I grew up in the hunter ring for 12 years before entering my first HT. Regardless that it was a lowly BN course, it was single...
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    So, so unbelievably true. Wow...well said.

    So, so unbelievably true. Wow...well said.
  24. See I don't find that insinuation at all in his...

    See I don't find that insinuation at all in his comment? I'm reading that he thinks a rider should be able to walk a XC course, with or w/o trainer, and have a series of set skills in place to make...
  25. Well you gotta take his comment in context. To...

    Well you gotta take his comment in context. To me, he isn't judging the fact a training level rider would want a trainer or needs a trainer. To me he is inferring the extent in which these trainers...
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