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  1. OP, I apologize for hijacking your thread. Two...

    OP, I apologize for hijacking your thread. Two quick questions: where are you finding show shirts to match your willow or bamboo breeches? Same thing for saddle pads?
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    DraftX & Baucher Bit

    I'm not certain how a baucher bit differents from a loose ring snaffle except that it is more stable in the mouth. Please explain to me what the baucher does and the reason so many draft crosses are...
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    http://http://thecollectiononlinestore.com/ RJ...

    http://http://thecollectiononlinestore.com/

    RJ Classic coats. Nice. Well made. Easy to alter. I've ordered from this website on a few occasions and have been pleased.
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    Rider's (R) Seat Bone ... Pain

    Iim hoping someone on here can help me find the right way to describe what I'm feeling to my doctor. The doctor looks at me like I'm crazy and I'm not getting any help. I'm uncomfortable. My right...
  5. Why under 150 lb. Many arab/arab crosses are...

    Why under 150 lb. Many arab/arab crosses are trained by men, who most definitely weigh over 150 lb, and have no issues with long term soundness. What kills most arabs is how they are ridden --...
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    Managing the Ulcer Prone Horse

    My gelding has recently shown some signs of ulcers. Vet didn't feel the need to scope at this time. She prescribed ranitidine three times a day. This is day 3 and he's already more comfortable. ...
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    I was also going to mention propensity for ulcers...

    I was also going to mention propensity for ulcers along with EPSM/PSSM horses. Forward is an issue, especially when first starting out. But it's not always in the same spot each day. How's his...
  8. I have a horse at Canterberry Meadows in...

    I have a horse at Canterberry Meadows in northeastern NC. I couldn't ask for a better environment, or a more involved, knowledgeable barnowner. I get regular updates with pictures. I also visit...
  9. From my reading I disagree that the same diet...

    From my reading I disagree that the same diet would be used for IR horses and PSSM/EPSM horses. I have experience with EPSM (Belgian bloodlines) and the high fat makes a world's difference. I know...
  10. She is in decent weight with no abnormal fat...

    She is in decent weight with no abnormal fat deposits. Lacking muscle. You can see muscle atrophy through the topline and muscle tissue adhesions through the shoulders. Previously this mare had a...
  11. Horse Presents with Metabolic Issues - Which Diagnosis??

    I have inherited my aunt's horses. One has me concerned. Mare. TB. Somewhere around 13 y/o. Extremely muscle sore although not ridden in the past year or two. Current on immunizations, worming,...
  12. Depends upon the breed. Even when a horse is...

    Depends upon the breed. Even when a horse is started later they usually catch up by age 7. My 5 year old wasn't started until she was 4. By 5 she had the basic gaits down with rhythm and cadence,...
  13. Thread: blanket rubs

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    My mare has blanket rubs before I got the bossy...

    My mare has blanket rubs before I got the bossy bib. I've used Banxx since I had that on hand for the rubs. I've heard that MTG is also very good. Any lubricant will help. The trick is having one...
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    The lack of a USEF record does not conern me one...

    The lack of a USEF record does not conern me one bit. I'm not going to show on the A circuit. However, I read the comments differently. I read that she had a negative/suspended USEF record. That...
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    OK, change in style of horse would necessitate...

    OK, change in style of horse would necessitate change in style of riding. I understand correct equitation. I'm primarily a dressage rider who has an FEI level horse. But there is a big difference...
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    Thank you. How do I check USEF records?

    Thank you. How do I check USEF records?
  17. I have a 16 yo, 16.3H, TB gelding that gets 7#...

    I have a 16 yo, 16.3H, TB gelding that gets 7# ultium divided into 3 feedings. I also feed abundant hay and he has good pasture. Make sure it's not lack of muscling that is making you think...
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    The Hunters Way of Going

    It has been many years since I've actually watched a hunter show or had any lessons. I've been in vet school and working on residencies. I am now reaching the point where I will be on permanent...
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    I offer two choices since I'm a small facility: ...

    I offer two choices since I'm a small facility: I can prorate and have board due on the 1st of the month thereafter or I can get paid for an entire month and simply arrange to always be paid on the...
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    Tory Stone Jordan -- Anyone Know of Her?

    I am wanting to start riding hunter again after years off. Looks like we will be moving just east of Raleigh and someone gave me Tory's name. I have never heard of her. Any comments?
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    Yes I like her, a 6 y/o, 16.1H TB mare. Wears a...

    Yes I like her, a 6 y/o, 16.1H TB mare. Wears a med/narrow saddle that has been fitted by saddle fitter. I'm 5'11", 175 lb. Big boned. Size 11 shoes. Extra large helmet. Normally I'd never even...
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    Narrow Horse - Wide Rider

    I have found a young horse that I really, really like. Lots of positives. Only negative is that she's a fairly narrow horse and I'm not. Have had her on a 30 day trial and now it's time to make a...
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