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    Yay!

    Yay!
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    Yay! Here is to finding something that works!

    Yay! Here is to finding something that works!
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    Congrats!

    Congrats!
  4. Yawn. Nothing new here. CP is high profile, but...

    Yawn. Nothing new here. CP is high profile, but in my little part of the world there are trainers whose horses are rearing and dumping their riders and trainers, soured faced horses, disappearing...
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    I would take PonyFixer up on that. Those bits...

    I would take PonyFixer up on that. Those bits look interesting, but I was afraid to try them due to the expense, and didn't know anyone who had them. Post results please!
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    After reading this thread, I think I want one!

    After reading this thread, I think I want one!
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    My horses transitioned easily to the double. Are...

    My horses transitioned easily to the double. Are you sure you don't have a hold on the curb? Otherwise, I would take advantage of Dressage Extensions bit trial program. Also the fit is critical. ...
  8. I school them from the walk pirouette sometimes. ...

    I school them from the walk pirouette sometimes. Just ask for the canter, and turn, keeping your body to the inside and make sure to look around the turn. Another way to school them is to do a...
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    I failed to mention that the same horse needed...

    I failed to mention that the same horse needed his hocks injected at age 10, and hasn't needed them done again until 17 when we did his stifles. It doesn't mean your horse will necessarily always...
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    I had my 17 year old horses' stifles injected...

    I had my 17 year old horses' stifles injected this spring. He wasn't lame, but very sore. He is showing I1 and completely sound. My vet thought we might have to do him again in 3 months, but he is...
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    One thing nobody mentioned about riders being...

    One thing nobody mentioned about riders being breeders, is that those horses are already in the hands of people who can develop their potential. At least the ones who people have listed on this...
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    It took me a really long time to stretch tall...

    It took me a really long time to stretch tall after jumping my whole life. It is like I innately want to scrunch up to fetal position! I will always have to keep it on my mind, or else my seat will...
  13. Awesome! I hope the SmartEnergy works for my girl...

    Awesome! I hope the SmartEnergy works for my girl too!
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    Foam roller is amazing!

    Foam roller is amazing!
  15. I was just going to tell you that I was going to...

    I was just going to tell you that I was going to try SmartEnergy as well. I will tell you how it works for my mare, and would love it if you compare notes. It got decent reviews.
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    I also wonder if they can help position my toes...

    I also wonder if they can help position my toes to be more forward/inward? I rode in some jointed ones before and they made my ankles sore, so I'm leary.
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    I have the same problem as #1 especially on my...

    I have the same problem as #1 especially on my Hano mare! I would be interested in how to bring awareness to link those areas together, as I have no idea I am doing it. My trainer assures me that I...
  18. I also have a 17 year old, and just showed him in...

    I also have a 17 year old, and just showed him in the I1 this weekend for the first time. My guy is good but I only train 4 days a week, and usually never do more than 2 days in a row. I try to ride...
  19. Ahh,thanks DQ

    Ahh,thanks DQ
  20. So does that mean I can't show in reins that are...

    So does that mean I can't show in reins that are rubber?
  21. I haven't needed acupuncture or too much massage,...

    I haven't needed acupuncture or too much massage, and was on a regular schedule. I hope it works for you!
  22. Yes DQ! I tried these yesterday and loved them. I...

    Yes DQ! I tried these yesterday and loved them. I had them on my jumping bridle which is brown, but thought I could order them on black. According to Charlotte Dujardin, "short reins wins gold...
  23. I switched from a 5-6 day program to a 4 day a...

    I switched from a 5-6 day program to a 4 day a week program, and made the biggest leaps in my training. My horses are happier, not body sore, healthy and ready to go. They are worked fairly hard, but...
  24. No, I'm looking for a bradoon rein that isn't too...

    No, I'm looking for a bradoon rein that isn't too thick without hand stops. I have a great curb rein. Not small like a weymouth rein. I would like to go back to a rubber or some type of grippy...
  25. Best Reins for small hands for bradoon on double bridle

    I love the thinness of my leather reins, but the stops are not close enough together. Anyone have a thin grippy suggestion? It was recommended that I take my leather reins to a shoe repair place and...
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