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  1. If you haven't committed to sliding doors of the...

    If you haven't committed to sliding doors of the type above, I wanted to mention that you'd get more air flow anyhow if you used one that was 100% grate (like this: ...
  2. Our pitbulll! She is wicked fast…killed 5 in 2...

    Our pitbulll! She is wicked fast…killed 5 in 2 weeks last summer. Unfortunately likes to bring them to my husband...
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    Recommendations on glue on shoes?

    Looking to find the right glue-on shoe for my OTTB … vet recommends glue-ons and with advice from my farrier, I'm considering the Flexx from Soundhorse. I would like padding on the bottom, possibly...
  4. Is there any way to have AC acknowledge that at...

    Is there any way to have AC acknowledge that at this point the horses are being fed through the largesse of others, and not Kate? Can we be reasonably hopeful that she will in fact feed the horses...
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    We live in a county where there are requirements...

    We live in a county where there are requirements for manure management; the other side of that coin though is that we can haul it to the dump for free. They recycle it as compost so it's a win-win....
  6. Look, if money talks (and it often does), I'm...

    Look, if money talks (and it often does), I'm happy to kick in to get the mare out of there. Anyone think this would work? Anyone down that way who could present a cash offer to her if other...
  7. I agree with other posters - your horse will...

    I agree with other posters - your horse will adapt and will probably appreciate the sense that you are happier in a new environment when you are with her. I moved my very old guy home a few years...
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    Nope, you don't have to go to a clinic; a...

    Nope, you don't have to go to a clinic; a qualified vet can do it safely on the farm. I'd call Amy and ask for recommendations in your area.
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    Have a bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) performed to...

    Have a bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) performed to evaluate lung condition. On the east coast the go to expert is Dr. Amy Polkes…don't know where you are though.

    My beloved senior presented with...
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    WOW! Great suggestions, and I thank each of you!...

    WOW! Great suggestions, and I thank each of you! I am looking forward to finding the time in the next few months for a road trip…will be perusing the details offered above and putting together some...
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    I use the Smartpak supplement that is...

    I use the Smartpak supplement that is nutritionally comparable to Platinum Performance. Love the results, my horses look fabulous, and I save a ton of money.
  12. Try David Beard at the Sevens Ranch just outside...

    Try David Beard at the Sevens Ranch just outside Frederick MD...240-818-6514
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    Where to look in NC for farm?

    Hi - we are seriously considering where to move for the winter months, and perhaps eventually for retirement. We would be taking our animals with us for the season, so we are looking at...
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    Interested in thoughts on this option…appears to...

    Interested in thoughts on this option…appears to be usable as a vacuum and it's much less expensive: ...
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    Airhorse, I hope you do so I can benefit from...

    Airhorse, I hope you do so I can benefit from your practical wisdom! I love the way this looks…can't believe the price though. OUCH.
  16. My list would include trainers who never ride...

    My list would include trainers who never ride with anyone to improve themselves, trainers whose students do not improve, trainers who are mean to me or my horse (but especially my horse), trainers...
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    How heavy is the vacuum hose? Is it easy to...

    How heavy is the vacuum hose? Is it easy to around?
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    Paddock Vacuums

    Didn't want to hijack an earlier thread - seriously interested in the pros and cons for manure removal of paddock vacuums work vs. the tow and farm...
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    Adorable baby!!!

    Adorable baby!!!
  20. More jingles for a good outcome by 2p!

    More jingles for a good outcome by 2p!
  21. I had a horse who had that surgery at 20 and he...

    I had a horse who had that surgery at 20 and he was so much happier once it happened … he was in tremendous pain and it was such a relief. He adapted really well - kept riding him for years and he...
  22. My beloved DW is 28…4 years ago he had a bad...

    My beloved DW is 28…4 years ago he had a bad crash and I thought we were done. With a few months of stall rest, he came back better than before - for 2 years. On our last ride, he gave me the most...
  23. So sorry to hear you've had such a rough go of...

    So sorry to hear you've had such a rough go of it…I am sure you've given your seniors the best care they can have. Hope he is resting comfortably...
  24. Tons of jingles…hope they are both on the mend...

    Tons of jingles…hope they are both on the mend quickly.
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    One of mine (the import) adores bananas…I only...

    One of mine (the import) adores bananas…I only cut off the hard stem at the top. He devours them, peel and all. The rest of my guys- eh, not so much. He also likes whole oranges and tangerines...
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