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    I'm not sure why they would be needed. If you...

    I'm not sure why they would be needed. If you wear spurs at all you should have adequate control over them. If no spur is needed I don't use them. Then I apply an aide when I do. If someone is giving...
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    If he is only sore in footing that is hard with...

    If he is only sore in footing that is hard with pebbles, it sounds like he is in need of shoes. I would either choose your footing very carefully or put shoes on him.
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    Do yourself and your horse a favor, and treat...

    Do yourself and your horse a favor, and treat with IV Oxytetracycline. I gave the shots into the catheter myself every day for 28 days. It is very easy, you just inject VERY slowly over a five minute...
  4. Truly amazing to think that Carl could see the...

    Truly amazing to think that Carl could see the potential in Valegro and Uthopia at such young ages, as well as Charlotte!!!
  5. Some of the Prestige saddles have HUGE blocks and...

    Some of the Prestige saddles have HUGE blocks and they generally have curvier trees.
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    So amazing :)

    So amazing :)
  7. Just absolutely lovely!!!

    Just absolutely lovely!!!
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    What I fail to understand is why she feels the...

    What I fail to understand is why she feels the need to write a whole article on this instead of stating that her clinics are for riders 4th level and up. She can pick whatever level she wants and say...
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    From what I remember (used to live in PA), the...

    From what I remember (used to live in PA), the vaccine is specifically aimed at preventing the laminitis commonly associated with Potomac fever. It does do a fairly good job at that. I always had the...
  10. Wow, very interesting. I gave my gelding...

    Wow, very interesting. I gave my gelding anthelcide on June 1st. He went off his feed June 2nd. Vet had to be called on June 4th. He was okay after being tubed, but I wondered if the wormer was to...
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    Honestly it sounds like you are being taken...

    Honestly it sounds like you are being taken advantage of. Gee, we'll give you this lame mare for "free" because we don't want to waste anymore money on a chronically lame horse. Well as others have...
  12. I'm sorry you are going through all that! I just...

    I'm sorry you are going through all that! I just sat up all night last week with my beloved Thoroughbred who coliced from ulcers. He is doing great now on his meds, and I pray yours will do the same....
  13. Does your horse wear shoes? My gelding tucks his...

    Does your horse wear shoes? My gelding tucks his front legs under when he lays down at night in such a way that he gets nicked under the armpit by his shoes. I leave his rubber bell boots on now 24/7...
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    So sorry for your loss. Healing energy and hugs...

    So sorry for your loss. Healing energy and hugs to you.
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    I am at a boarding barn and all my horsey...

    I am at a boarding barn and all my horsey neighbors get it. They all stink! LOL. That is really the only difference I see, haha. They have just as many flies around them as my guy, and seems as...
  16. If you want my opinion from my own experience,...

    If you want my opinion from my own experience, then no, you can't. I tried EVERYTHING with my DWB to fix his high/low syndrome. Natural trimmer every 4 weeks, regular trimmer every six weeks, shoes,...
  17. My horse's stifles used to stick horribly. I...

    My horse's stifles used to stick horribly. I finally figured out he goes 200% better barefoot behind. Honestly I can't remember the last time his stifle got stuck.
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    You only need the USDF horse number. You do not...

    You only need the USDF horse number. You do not need a USEF horse number unless you want to compete at the regional championships.
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    I would try something like the Myler bit style...

    I would try something like the Myler bit style MB04. It offers tremendous tongue freedom and movement. See how he does with no tongue pressure.
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    I would bring her home. Two weeks is a generous...

    I would bring her home. Two weeks is a generous trial, and it is already longer than what you originally agreed to when the pony left. They may keep her ANOTHER two weeks and walk away from the sale....
  21. Survey done. :)

    Survey done. :)
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    I would definitely consider the Tildren at this...

    I would definitely consider the Tildren at this point. They have been using it for a long time in Europe if it makes you feel any better. There are pros and cons to every treatment, but me...
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    I'll miss seeing him. Anky fan or not, that horse...

    I'll miss seeing him. Anky fan or not, that horse has given his all in the arena for many years. Job well done Sal!!!
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    I would find out if she has had the 28 day...

    I would find out if she has had the 28 day treatment of IV oxytetracycline. If she has only had Doxy, that may be why she is chronic. I had a DWB who had Lyme multiple times over the course of 4...
  25. If the horse is having neurological issues from...

    If the horse is having neurological issues from neck arthritis, then yes I would suspect that he could feel better as the ride went on.
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