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    An endurance rider I know sold her former...

    An endurance rider I know sold her former year-end mileage champ to the Saudis for $50,000. Horse had some 7,000 miles on him and x-rayed totally clean. Never had taken a lame step.

    Earlier I...
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    No, but A-1 sires has a bunch of his frozen they are offering at a discount. Apparently his owner will no longer be freezing him for export. Ann says someone up in Canada got a pregnancy with the...
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    I agree that training is key, however not all...

    I agree that training is key, however not all farriers are trainers. My farrier (when we first started) was all cowboy...he would tie feet up, throw the horse down, whack the snot o/o them...not...
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    This is not training. Most farriers use a rasp...

    This is not training. Most farriers use a rasp and hold the hind leg between their legs. No one could put a shoe on a horse using only one hand.

    Besides, I doubt her horse's have stifle issues if...
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    Good to hear. If the foal is being well-fed,...

    Good to hear. If the foal is being well-fed, "nursing" is usually just a comfort issue at that point. I had one this year who tried twice to nurse from her 3 yr old older sister. The filly actually...
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    I said IF you are too timid. Glad to hear you are...

    I said IF you are too timid. Glad to hear you are not.

    So this clearly illustrates to me that this IS a training problem, not physical.

    #1: vet's always recommend drugs before training. They...
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    Six pages and I'm thrilled to see that so many...

    Six pages and I'm thrilled to see that so many posters were on the farrier's side on this. Nothing I am going to say is anything new on this thread, but it bears repeating.

    If your horses are...
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    Glad to see the Arab so popular. I love Arabs. So...

    Glad to see the Arab so popular. I love Arabs. So versatile! And there are SO many of them out there now...some are just being given away.

    I have a 19 yr old Polish mare (Bask x3) who has...
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    Thanks for all the info guys! Of course I would...

    Thanks for all the info guys! Of course I would offer my horse food/water at the vet check, but I was alittle freaked out over the every 15-30 min statement.

    Like many of you, I don't have much...
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    The COTH craziness claims yet ANOTHER victim...:(

    The COTH craziness claims yet ANOTHER victim...:(
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    Often the "license" comes with a set number of...

    Often the "license" comes with a set number of foals they can produce. Those foals are registered by the licensing registry.

    Again, as others have said, your best bet is to simply ASK the registry...
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    Well, this maybe a silly suggestion, but it's...

    Well, this maybe a silly suggestion, but it's worked for me. I have a small place and I was only able to separate this last year's foal from mom for about 2 mos.

    I put mom back in and had a...
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    Considering AC has cases of a higher priority, I...

    Considering AC has cases of a higher priority, I wonder what THOSE animals look like...

    Take home lesson: before you sell or lease your horse to ANYONE, do more than just talk to the person...ask...
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    Wow...COTH is such a fun place to be sometimes...

    Wow...COTH is such a fun place to be sometimes (NOT!).

    But this brings up an interesting point, about WHO to listen to when trying to select stallions (or mares, for that matter).

    For me, it's...
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    GTD: great info. Thanks. I agree that with ANY...

    GTD: great info. Thanks. I agree that with ANY equestrian sport, the rider needs to be as fit as the horse. You are doing your horse a great dis-service if you are not.

    Re; the pace of the poker...
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    OK...I gotta ask...I am out West where quite afew...

    OK...I gotta ask...I am out West where quite afew horses work on the range where they are working cattle, fixing fence, etc. (THEY aren't fixing the fence, of course, but the riders are). I know the...
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    Doing LD (A 25 miler)

    A friend of mine long wanted to do an "endurance" ride but never really knew how to condition a horse. Since there is going to be a ride in mid-Sept. very close to home, I have offered to go with her...
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    I know Kathy & Jos of Avalon Equine have sent...

    I know Kathy & Jos of Avalon Equine have sent some EIGHT stallions through the testing; you should contact them.
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    Well, in this case they certainly did! Rohdiamant...

    Well, in this case they certainly did! Rohdiamant is the sire of all of them...Grundstein II the damsire. Here's the blurb on Rockefeller.
    http://bluehors.dk/GB/Stallions/Rockefeller.aspx
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    I kind of enjoy when these old "stallion" threads...

    I kind of enjoy when these old "stallion" threads revive. It's especially nice with younger stallions...people making their predictions and then knowing years later how they are going to turn out.
    ...
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    To be clear: does every stallion have to be...

    To be clear: does every stallion have to be "pre-licensed" to attend the testing? Can private owners just send their boys and then have registries look at them AFTER the testing?

    Is the a registry...
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    You vet can take a quick peek and do a uterine...

    You vet can take a quick peek and do a uterine biopsy and immediately give you a very good prognosis as to the odds that this mare can carry a foal to term.

    Know that using frozen semen from...
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    No, a horse whose pedigree/bloodlines is unknown...

    No, a horse whose pedigree/bloodlines is unknown or mixed is a grade. A horse with nothing but TB in it's pedigree is a TB, even if it's not registered. Registration is just the "seal of approval"...
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    Well, I would have to disagree with that ^^^. You...

    Well, I would have to disagree with that ^^^. You can call a table a chair, but that doesn't make it one. Goldmaker is a great example. He was conceived with shipped semen (or AI, I forget the...
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    AI can be more expensive, so much depends on the...

    AI can be more expensive, so much depends on the breed and the stature of the stallion. You can find stallions all over the country of (almost) all breeds who stand for $200-500. But those stallions...
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