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    He has done a few cycles of Sulfa and didnt seem...

    He has done a few cycles of Sulfa and didnt seem to improve his skin. I also have a hunch based on my erratic internet researching it could be some kind of food allergy? Haven't gone down the testing...
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    Skin FUNK won't go away!

    OK. After reading many things, talking to my vet, going through all sorts of creams, baths, treatments, etc etc etc, I am ready to ask the world for help. I have a chestnut TB gelding who is the king...
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    Well -- You were right with my perspective of...

    Well -- You were right with my perspective of traffic, and I think I was a little lucky. We left a little early to be safe, but there was no noticeable traffic there in the morning or for the return...
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    I will be hoping to get there around 8am and...

    I will be hoping to get there around 8am and unfortunately ride xc around 4 so stuck in pm for sure. But it's much scarier to risk being late to dressage warm up!
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    Directions to Pine Top for a Friday morning

    I was hoping someone would have some input on the traveling to pine top during traffic adventure? 3 am on a weekend is fine, but playing with highways on a traffic day sounds tricky. I am coming from...
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    Salute the Truth is a lovely stallion with a...

    Salute the Truth is a lovely stallion with a growing group of successful offspring. I worked for Steuart for many years, and helped in breaking and training many of his homebreds. Fabulous, talented...
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    My one vet recommended the pour-ins, and my...

    My one vet recommended the pour-ins, and my farrier recommended the leather with magic cushion underneath. The mare has never worn them before, so I don't want to surprise her too much before a big...
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    Thanks guys -- we both hit the ground pretty...

    Thanks guys -- we both hit the ground pretty hard. I unfortunately didn't order the video, and no one got a picture of the actual incident, just the unfortunate aftermath. I would be fascinated to...
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    Sorry about the loose horse, that was my lovely...

    Sorry about the loose horse, that was my lovely beast and my first big miscommunication on a course... She decided she wanted to take that uphill table at a big flat gallop with no consideration for...
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    Talk to be about hoof pads...

    Hello Chronicle community! I haven't been around here in a while! Anyways, I've never had a horse with sensitive feet to hard ground -- unfortunately with our fabulous summer rains the feet all...
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    As easy as it would seem to simply try and...

    As easy as it would seem to simply try and duplicate another rider's gallop position, I think that your most balanced position really comes down to your personal preferences, balance, body,...
  12. Fantastic, Attractive Quartermarks -- How do you do it??

    Just curious the tactics used to make nice, precise quarter marks for dressage & stadium. Also, favorite styles?
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    My short backed & sensitive ones go best in the...

    My short backed & sensitive ones go best in the Devoucoux Mendia. My super sensitive mare was SO much more free in her shoulders and comfortable in her back. It has a deepish seat and sizable knee...
  14. Thread: Steuart Pittman

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    Steuart has tons of experience with babies,...

    Steuart has tons of experience with babies, greenies, and the growing Retired Racehorse Training Project for OTTBs. He also has competed and instructed into the upper levels. I trained with him...
  15. Thread: Best Stirrups?

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    Royal Riders with the metal grate for jump...

    Royal Riders with the metal grate for jump saddle! Best grip hands down.
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    Shipping Questions - to AECs! Small Trailer

    I am looking for some last minute advice on how you would ship your horse.. I have 1 horse going in a larg-ish 2h bumper pull. Horse is used to shipping alone or with company in the single space, but...
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    I wouldn't avoid looking at a prospect just...

    I wouldn't avoid looking at a prospect just because it's related to SC. At this point, the other influences are likely much more important, and of course, every horse is different regardless of...
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    Rather than braiding, spend your time on having a...

    Rather than braiding, spend your time on having a better warmup, walking your course again, making sure you know your dressage test, and your horse and tack are neat and tidy! Like yellowbritches...
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    I thought I would add to this one =] Referring to...

    I thought I would add to this one =] Referring to the FEI events braiding, at Fairhill this weekend I was watching the CIC*** horses warm up for stadium and noticed (not judgmentally) that Kevin...
  20. Luckily I've found a brave student of my trainer...

    Luckily I've found a brave student of my trainer who's willing to sit on my other beast and tag along with us :) in case that doesn't work out, I'll hope you or the other wonderful coth'ers who've...
  21. Anyone going to this with a steady Eddie type...

    Anyone going to this with a steady Eddie type that would be interested in going around the smallest course with me and my baby horse, and maybe school the water?? Pm me :)
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    Tell me about your feeding program

    Just curious what everyone's doing for feed programs, supplements, what you believe works, what you don't, what you use anyway because it might work?
  23. Thread: Tall Boots

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    I have been in a boot debacle for over a year...

    I have been in a boot debacle for over a year now, I guess I'm weird shaped in the feet and legs department. Mind you, I have tiny feet (5 1/2). So, I have tried TONS of boots in trying to find dress...
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    My tactic for going through college with horses...

    My tactic for going through college with horses (1-3 throughout the years!) is not for everyone, but it certainly worked for me. My first year I took one horse and worked at a job at college that...
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    retreadeventer, between stabling, hotel, and...

    retreadeventer, between stabling, hotel, and paying someone to take care of my "zoo" at home while losing those riding days on the other beasts, I try to keep from staying overnight as much as...
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