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  1. Thank you slp2!

    Thank you slp2!
  2. Thank you! Your post is very encouraging. My vet...

    Thank you! Your post is very encouraging. My vet originally said that in an "ideal world" I would have her on stall rest with controlled movement, hand walking, etc. but we are not sure she could...
  3. Rehabbing/Reducing Scar Tissue in Chronic Muscle Injury?

    After almost 1.5 years of trying to figure out what was causing my horse her significant back/SI area discomfort and "weak" left hind, we have concluded (as much as we can without having the...
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    I have not but just bumping it up as I am...

    I have not but just bumping it up as I am interested in the same thing! :)
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    Experience rehabbing psoas injuries?

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    Thank you for all of the suggestions! I have...

    Thank you for all of the suggestions! I have always liked Pioneer so I will give them a call :)
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    That's great advice. The only reason I do not...

    That's great advice. The only reason I do not like a revolving door is because I like to feel like I can have ongoing communication with them in case the problems persist. I worked with Dr. Black...
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    I heard that Tom Yarbrough does surgery out of a...

    I heard that Tom Yarbrough does surgery out of a few places, I think Pioneer may be one of them but I will check tomorrow when they open! UCD is just not my first choice although I am sure it is...
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    Best Lameness Vet in Nor Cal?

    Besides UC Davis, who would you recommend for a top lameness vet in Nor Cal? Dr. Black was who I used in the past but he has left the state now. Any suggestions?
  10. That's great news, I hope the stall rest goes...

    That's great news, I hope the stall rest goes well! I am going through this right now with my mare and we are doing the bone scan next month. I have heard many people get inconclusive results though.
  11. Thanks for the advice. The problem is that she...

    Thanks for the advice. The problem is that she doesn't run around her paddock and she is a horse that needs to get her bucks out and play so we longe her once a week and she runs around and bucks,...
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    I think it also really depends on if she has fore...

    I think it also really depends on if she has fore or hindgut ulcers. I had my mare on u-gard pellets for years and it didnt seem to do anything, she still got ulcers twice. As mentioned above, Smart...
  13. Thanks! So you think it still looks like some SI...

    Thanks! So you think it still looks like some SI issues?
  14. Thanks! That is an interesting video to watch...

    Thanks! That is an interesting video to watch actually! We pretty much ruled out neuro and are having them out this week to do another evaluation and determing next steps. Thanks again!
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    Unfortunately there is very limited access to...

    Unfortunately there is very limited access to pastures in my area. She gets hay 3x a day, at night she uses her nibblenet (slow feeder) which has seemed to help. She also gets a scoop of pellets at...
  16. Thank you for your suggestions and well wishes!...

    Thank you for your suggestions and well wishes! Fortunately, I am in an area with a lot of great vets. The next step is definitely ultrasound and probably xrays (neck/spine). I just thought I would...
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    Best hay for ulcer prone horse?

    I know that the NSC concentrations can differ so dramatically from region, season, etc. and this is a very broad question but in general and from your experience, what is the best type of hay to give...
  18. Possible to tell if a horse has stifle or SI issues from video?

    Just curious if a vet would be able to identify what type of issues are going on, stifle, SI, neuro, etc. from a video or if it would be helpful to show them? My slow maturing 6 year old warmblood...
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    Me too!!!

    Me too!!!
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    $1650 for board and 5 training rides/lessons....

    $1650 for board and 5 training rides/lessons. Sadly, this isn't even close to the high end for the area and if we move to a show barn we will be paying $2K-$2200.
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    I loved this saddle and ordered a new one, my...

    I loved this saddle and ordered a new one, my first brand new "semi" custom saddle ever. I was so excited the day I received it and was horrified when I pulled it out of the box and saw the poor...
  22. It shouldn't look unnatural or contrived as it is...

    It shouldn't look unnatural or contrived as it is a natural head and neck carriage for the horse.....unless you are thinking of the incorrect and overbent rollkur method? That is just awful and...
  23. Joint Supplement Necessary For Young Horse?

    I have a 5 year old, 17 hand, Oldenburg mare that is in full-time dressage training and will be started over fences as well at some point this year. I have been told a few times by reputable equine...
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    I have heard the schneiders v-tek sheets and...

    I have heard the schneiders v-tek sheets and blankets are great for horses with large shoulders and just not rubbing in general. Our local trainer :) loves Schneider sheets. I will definitely be...
  25. Exactly this!

    Exactly this!
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