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    Doesn't really help as mine aren't registered at...

    Doesn't really help as mine aren't registered at all, but I have a pinto from cutting lines and an Appy whose dam was a registered QH and both event. There are plenty of stock types in eventing :)
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    I got the Volants this spring. LOVE them… super...

    I got the Volants this spring. LOVE them… super comfy and very close contact feel.
  3. Thread: How rude! /rant

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    All I can say is: ...

    All I can say is:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowman_(horse)

    Some people can't see the awesome horses that are all around who may just be a bit unconventional. I am a long time Lincoln fan...
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    The horse in my barn with melanomas is on...

    The horse in my barn with melanomas is on Cimetidine, which is supposed to slow growth. He's had some removed, although now the ones on his tail are sort of "spiderwebbed" through his tail tissue and...
  5. The Kerrits Kombi has different fabric and while...

    The Kerrits Kombi has different fabric and while still cool, are a bit more modest. They are not as cool as the Flex Tights but still very comfortable in hot weather.

    Also, I have one pair of...
  6. You do realize you are equating accidents with...

    You do realize you are equating accidents with purposeful drugging…. right?

    Sorry, but that just proves how inured H/J land is to the practice of drugging in order to compete.
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    6:30 - 9:30 in AM - depends on if theres a show,...

    6:30 - 9:30 in AM - depends on if theres a show, or if I'm tired, etc.

    They have hay virtually all the time, whether inside or outside.

    And then 6:00 - 8:00 PM dinner.
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    I also call it "crud" and usually a few good, but...

    I also call it "crud" and usually a few good, but gentle, scrubbings in the wash rack with whatever shampoo takes care of it for me. I use one of these, usually with betadine/aloe shampoo. Use it...
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    I use thinning shears and cut upwards to desired...

    I use thinning shears and cut upwards to desired length. Have no problem braiding.
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    I thought left hind.

    I thought left hind.
  11. I know!!! LOL And thanks FatCatFarm and...

    I know!!! LOL

    And thanks FatCatFarm and Painted Hunter :)
  12. I wish I could just avoid warm up when it's a...

    I wish I could just avoid warm up when it's a hectic one. I could do that with my pinto, but he handles warm up areas fine. Unfortunately, my Appy, doesn't handle it fine - he's the one who has been...
  13. PM sent

    PM sent
  14. Update: Today I did a dressage schooling show...

    Update:

    Today I did a dressage schooling show with one of my horses. We did Training 1, 2 and 3. I had a dressage trainer out to give a clinic at my barn a couple weeks ago and arranged with her...
  15. Kristina Wessel in Zelienople, PA! 28 miles north...

    Kristina Wessel in Zelienople, PA! 28 miles north of Pitt.
  16. Thread: Where to start

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    All you have to do is open any COTH magazine to...

    All you have to do is open any COTH magazine to see what is being taught in H/J land these days.
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    Yeah, I still think you are contradicting...

    Yeah, I still think you are contradicting yourself.

    I have felt one, my take was that they aren't worth the money.

    And insoles do interfere (whether for good or bad) with the fit of shoes....
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    If it squishes down to something wafer thin,...

    If it squishes down to something wafer thin, whats the point of using it? How can it raise your saddle if its so squishy that it becomes like there is virtually nothing there?

    People have long...
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    I have used the Pro-lite with both jumping and...

    I have used the Pro-lite with both jumping and dressage. Don't notice any lack of feel, etc. :)
  20. I'm sure Jay will answer more definitively… but I...

    I'm sure Jay will answer more definitively… but I have two Wexfords. I would say they have a medium twist. Very very comfortable. In some saddles I fee like I am sitting on a fence rail. And/or the...
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    I think you need to fix your leg before anything...

    I think you need to fix your leg before anything else will be fixable as thats the foundation. I used to have the same problem. Working up to about 10 minutes straight in two point in trot and...
  22. I use count up, beeps every minute. For my last...

    I use count up, beeps every minute. For my last course the OT was about 6:06 or so. I knew where my 1 minute, 3 minute and 5 minute marks should be. I came in about 4 or 5 seconds under the time,...
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    I would enter three. It doesn't sound like she...

    I would enter three. It doesn't sound like she will get tired but if that's a concern you can always use the training level test as part of your warm up.
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    What I really like about the pro-lite pad is that...

    What I really like about the pro-lite pad is that it doesn't "squish away to nothing" like memory foam can.
  25. Thanks for the advice, suggestions and...

    Thanks for the advice, suggestions and commiseration folks.

    I set up a dressage court in my arena on thursday, and had been working on getting a dressage clinic set up at my barn, which we are...
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