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    There are a couple of breeds that do seem to have...

    There are a couple of breeds that do seem to have a higher incidence of herniation post castration but not the two given as examples here. There is also a paper that indicates that castrating before...
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    I love mine. That's a good price if it's in good...

    I love mine. That's a good price if it's in good condition.
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    Congratulations. You have a lot to be proud of...

    Congratulations. You have a lot to be proud of and I'm sure more dreams ahead await.
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    Glad to read/hear the progress. Sounds like she's...

    Glad to read/hear the progress. Sounds like she's coming along nicely. Tomorrow a PPE is being performed on her sister. Fingers crossed that not only all goes well but we'll be sending another Welsh...
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    if you bred a horse it is not free - even if you...

    if you bred a horse it is not free - even if you owned the stallion and mare and did live cover - which I have done. It costs a lot of money - even on your own farm- to raise a horse up to even...
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    I don't have anything here that I paid for to be...

    I don't have anything here that I paid for to be very honest. Of the ones I have here, I either had them given to me or I bred them. I have two that are schooling solid fourth level. One shown...
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    I initially did lease out my heart horse. I was...

    I initially did lease out my heart horse. I was given an ultimatum to downsize by x number of horses. I honestly didn't know what I was going to do but after seeing the individual who leased my horse...
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    Thank you Twinlights. He is just a bit darker...

    Thank you Twinlights. He is just a bit darker than his full sister. I'm guessing that the sooty gene which is carried by his dam and grandsire may be at play but in all honestly I don't keep up with...
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    Here are some better photos of Annwylid Dare to...

    Here are some better photos of Annwylid Dare to Dream, 2014 welsh cob colt. They were taken today. He is 5 months old.
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  10. Thread: Welsh Breeding

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    As far as the frequency and if it is common,...

    As far as the frequency and if it is common, well, I would say it isn't uncommon. I for one have been breeding a section C mare to my section D stallion. The reason other than I happen to like the...
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    Ah thank you girl friend but you should see me...

    Ah thank you girl friend but you should see me now after the nose job :winkgrin: and WHY, tell me why anyone would have one of these on an elective basis?
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    Thank you HorseKrazy. His two year old sister is...

    Thank you HorseKrazy. His two year old sister is a fantastic mover and very people oriented. I think this guy is even better. I guess time will tell. Looks like air time and/or suspension won't be a...
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    I only had one foal this year. He was born...

    I only had one foal this year. He was born 3/15/14. Here are pics of him from last month. He was 4 months.

    http://i122.photobucket.com/albums/o253/ldarling_photos/2014/DSC_1332_zps05e556b6.jpg
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  14. Honestly I couldn't do it without lights. I have...

    Honestly I couldn't do it without lights. I have two that are schooling fourth level. I work full-time, leaving at 6:30 am and getting home at 6:30 pm. On my days off I ride in the wee hours of the...
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    I use string girths on those who tend to gall. I...

    I use string girths on those who tend to gall. I was using an anatomic girth on my section C welsh cob with good results until the summer heat really set in and he got rubbed; so, we switched to a...
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    I couldn't have done it in a weekend on my own. I...

    I couldn't have done it in a weekend on my own. I was nervous about it ahead of time, especially since on NPR on Friday they mentioned a sand storm in Phoenix that shut down the roads and airports....
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    PHEW! We were on pins and needles having done...

    PHEW! We were on pins and needles having done similar and even long drives over the years. So glad everyone is safe and sound. She certainly is in good hands. Hug her for us! and THANK YOU!
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    Well my daughter and I just finished our first go...

    Well my daughter and I just finished our first go at Prix Caprilli. It was a schooling show and their first time offering it as well. We both rode Test 2. There were a total of 3 jumps set to 2 feet...
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    I don't shorten the stirrups. I learned how to...

    I don't shorten the stirrups. I learned how to jump when it was the 'fashion' to take stirrups and reins away :winkgrin:
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    I jump in my dressage saddle. It's a passier GG;...

    I jump in my dressage saddle. It's a passier GG; but, I've also jumped in my Albion SLK and an Wintec Isabel model that I no longer own without any real challenges.
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    Too bad but I do understand. We might have a...

    Too bad but I do understand. We might have a wrinkle in our plan too; but, at this time we are still planning on going. I will let you know if we do and what we find out.
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    Yes we do. Helps build strength, gives the mind...

    Yes we do. Helps build strength, gives the mind and grind a break, and it can really help with the canter as well as stretching through and over the back.
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    While we'll miss her, we look forward to hearing...

    While we'll miss her, we look forward to hearing about the many adventures you will have with Annwylid D'Lite. She is so much like her sire it's uncanny. Her grandsire is owned by Tamara in TN; so,...
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    Thank you FlyingChanges. I may be making a trip...

    Thank you FlyingChanges. I may be making a trip out there in August to see whether or not a move is feasible. Nice to see that there are some people in the area making an effort to get dressage into...
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    I'm 51 and have been riding all my life. I still...

    I'm 51 and have been riding all my life. I still start/back the young ones. I don't have anything to prove but would like to earn my gold (dressage) to put next to my bronze and silver as a personal...
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