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  1. Hi to ranchAdobe: Your box was full so i sent...

    Hi to ranchAdobe:
    Your box was full so i sent this here instead, hope this helps.
    Hi I have a huge amount of info for you, as I also have a horse that colics and each and ever day is a challenge...
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    Hi I don't know about 'fancy' :) lol driving...

    Hi
    I don't know about 'fancy' :) lol driving horses, but I do know about stb race horses, we tie tails for a few reasons, to keep them up out of the mud on dirty days (rain days muddy tracks) in a...
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    Hi Glad to see that there are a few people who...

    Hi Glad to see that there are a few people who know who the best of the best stbs were.

    To Fan who was one of the truly greats. Cheers and we will miss you.

    Do either of you have stbs racing...
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    Hi It's easy, English Bridle, no halter (or now...

    Hi
    It's easy, English Bridle, no halter (or now at my age-- use my stbs race halter as the cavason), if I show, or have guests I use my proper English Briddle, but when I am breaking I always used a...
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    No, not usually, what it means (I have stbs, so...

    No, not usually, what it means (I have stbs, so only speak for them), that a horse is in a claimer for many reasons:
    - getting older, less viable
    - showing lameness
    - slowing down due to many...
  6. Hi from someone who also has spent a lifetime...

    Hi
    from someone who also has spent a lifetime with stbs! :)

    Yes they can take what other horses would cringe and run away from in many ways, but I am finding that the longer they are breed mother...
  7. It helps the "stinky poop' :eek: becuase it helps...

    It helps the "stinky poop' :eek: becuase it helps regulate the PH level, which is why there is a strong smell when a horse has stomach upset. The bacteria are not able to surivive, or do their job,...
  8. I will look this up thanks, also look into...

    I will look this up thanks, also look into Phosphours for these horses. In my case it was tieing up for my horse Tattoo, but also many of these horses have terrible stomachs that need a lot of...
  9. They have a version with soda in it, 24 hour tie...

    They have a version with soda in it, 24 hour tie free, you could also try injectable phosphorous/calcium, and feeding it as well, I have had stbs for years, and they are my breed of choice, for...
  10. Hi it is supposed to help the oxygen levels in...

    Hi it is supposed to help the oxygen levels in blood, and while I find this science hard to believe other in a few horses, I think that really what they are trying to do is keep the mucels working...
  11. Hi I have a few comments that people might be...

    Hi
    I have a few comments that people might be interested in or not as the case may be. :)
    Fist my experience level is with a broad spectrum of horses, both as a rider, and as a standardbred...
  12. Hi I have a horse that has serious hindgut...

    Hi
    I have a horse that has serious hindgut issues. So like firefly, I have had to search for answers. In my case just too keep my horse alive, never mind to try and get him fit to compete. I have...
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