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  1. About the time her husband cornered me in the...

    About the time her husband cornered me in the empty barn and tried to force himself on me.
  2. Thanks for the pics, Bluey! That's more or less...

    Thanks for the pics, Bluey!
    That's more or less what I'm looking to do. Great point about needing to be flush to the ground.




    yep. I may put one door on the end, and one on the side, but...
  3. Question about removable stall partitions and (Exterior) Dutch doors on stalls

    I have a 3 stall pole barn. 2 of the stalls (12x12) are next to each other. I have 2 horses that live in the barn.

    I need to replace the wall between the stalls.

    I was thinking that, while I’m...
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    Designed and built these totally myself, no kit....

    Designed and built these totally myself, no kit.
    https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1199/1369575538_ae42e85faf_b.jpg

    Total cost per front was under $150. (not counting the posts; those were already...
  5. Thread: Adult on pony

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    Do it! you guys look great. I'm 5'5 and my...

    Do it! you guys look great.

    I'm 5'5 and my primary show horse is 14.1 on a tall day. the shorties are fun!
  6. This is helpful. So far, she seems to be...

    This is helpful. So far, she seems to be adjusting OK.





    Thank you all for the kind words. It means so much.

    I've already had a couple of offers from people in my life -- my trainer has...
  7. Thank you all for the advice and kind words. ...

    Thank you all for the advice and kind words.

    Going to take it one day at a time and see where we land.

    I do kind of hope a new horse finds me to take her place. Maybe full-size, maybe a mini. ...
  8. Single horse at home after her buddy crossed the rainbow bridge today...WWYD

    Had to put my 22 YO mare down today after a very sudden and pretty violent bout of colic. Needless to say I'm dazed and heartbroken.

    Now my other horse is home alone. Her pasture abuts the...
  9. Was in my mid-twenties, starting very...

    Was in my mid-twenties, starting very rough/intense new job, dealing with symptoms of depression, panic attacks, and seasonal affective disorder.

    Doc prescribed me 20mg of Prozac, which I...
  10. what a SWEETHEART! thanks for sharing.

    what a SWEETHEART! thanks for sharing.
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    I have two half-arabs and they are the lowest...

    I have two half-arabs and they are the lowest maintenance horses i have ever met.

    Both of them are air ferns, have never needed shoes since i acquired them (we do 1st/2nd level dressage barefoot)...
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    switched from AAA to US Rider and love US Rider....

    switched from AAA to US Rider and love US Rider. They've helped me out with just normal towing a couple of times. Service was great. Haven't had chance to try them yet with the trailer(Thankfully!!)...
  13. So sorry for your loss. So proud of you for...

    So sorry for your loss. So proud of you for giving them such great lives, and making the loving decision in the end. They were lucky to have you.
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    you've probably already done this and know all...

    you've probably already done this and know all about this because of your orthopedic issues, but if you haven't, I would recommend going to a specialized running shoe store (not a big-box sports...
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    this is a great point. not to mention it's...

    this is a great point. not to mention it's technically breaking copyright anyway.
  16. GREAT NEWS EVERYONE This AM Doggy was perkier...

    GREAT NEWS EVERYONE

    This AM Doggy was perkier but still very swollen and had begun to drool bloody pus-looking stuff. Being a horseperson I dug around in his mouth/tongue as much as he would let...
  17. HATE our shared driveway. It was gravel when we...

    HATE our shared driveway.
    It was gravel when we moved in, then the majority of the group (there are 5 homes) voted to blacktop it, (even though it's off of a dirt road) but they cut corners in...
  18. Laurierace, jherold, Zu Zu, Callista17, and halo,...

    Laurierace, jherold, Zu Zu, Callista17, and halo,

    Thank you for the beautiful and kind words. They have lifted my heart a bit.

    Doggy is maybe a bit better, still massively swollen in the...
  19. HAPPY UPDATE Potentially putting down the dear old farm dog...jingles appreciated

    Last night my big red 9-year-old irish setter wasn't his usual ENERGETIC!!11 self, off his feed, and was drooling more than usual. today he has a huge swelling in his tongue/jaw area.

    Took him to...
  20. Yes it changes fit. So then, those of us who like...

    Yes it changes fit. So then, those of us who like to have our hair up in our helmet will buy them in a larger size to accommodate it. With the hair put up, it's a proper snug fit. With the hair out...
  21. At the boarding barn where I keep my horse in...

    At the boarding barn where I keep my horse in training, yes I generally wear "nice-ish" clothes. For example, a pair of khaki breeches and a coat or vest a lot like this:...
  22. I'm by no means a hunter princess (I'm more of a...

    I'm by no means a hunter princess (I'm more of a backyard dressage schlub who uses *gasp* colored saddle pads and I only clean my tack when the mood strikes) but I use a hairnet every ride because it...
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    for cheap and a narrow horse, I'd go with an old...

    for cheap and a narrow horse, I'd go with an old Stubben tristan. The stubbens are close contact and tend to run narrow.

    Depends how narrow he is, but I would recommend looking for a 29cm (which...
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    Agreed. When I scribe it's normal to be going...

    Agreed. When I scribe it's normal to be going from 8:00 AM to 4 or 5 PM, sometimes even 6, with a short (10 min) break in the AM, a lunch break, and a short break in the afternoon.

    I've never...
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    All of my external faucets are frozen (both those...

    All of my external faucets are frozen (both those on the house and in the barn) so I'm carrying 5 gallon buckets from the kitchen sink in a sled to water the horses and chickens. And the snow drifts...
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