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    See what the endurance riders are using: the...

    See what the endurance riders are using: the Toklat Coolback (synthetic) or Woolback (real) fleece.
    You can get them in any shape & size from Long Riders Gear. They have great service & fast, free...
  2. That power point presentation link for Western...

    That power point presentation link for Western Ortho was very informative, Thank you.
    It sounds like the doc has done a lot of those procedures with a good success rate; use of cadaver tissue was...
  3. In OH, for my very fist horse set up, we...

    In OH, for my very fist horse set up, we converted an old outbuilding used by the previous owner as a machine / junk shed. I made it into a 20' x 16' run in shed with 2 hip sheds on either side. ...
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    I agree, hosspuller. A cutter likes to cut. ...

    I agree, hosspuller. A cutter likes to cut.

    Went to a physiatrist (certified sports med that states are dedicated to fixing you without surgery) & said I needed surgery. So, I had a diagnostic...
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    You know it, tollertwins. Actual hip joint...

    You know it, tollertwins.

    Actual hip joint pain is in the anterior / front where your bikini line / crease of leg is (that's where the ball meets the socket) & not on the outside of your leg. ...
  6. Simkie: You may want to look at the info on this...

    Simkie: You may want to look at the info on this surgeon's website.

    It is very informative. He states arthritic hips with narrowing of the joint space are not good candidates for arthroscopy. ...
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    Thanks, tollertwins. That is the kind of...

    Thanks, tollertwins. That is the kind of pertinent info I am looking for.

    I go to 'interview' a surgeon next week. I am very concerned after reading here on COTH about other people's FAI &...
  8. GOOD LUCK, Simkie. Please keep us posted on your...

    GOOD LUCK, Simkie.
    Please keep us posted on your progress after Sx.
    I wish you a fully successful outcome. :)
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    Thanks to all for your suggestions. At this...

    Thanks to all for your suggestions.
    At this point, I have been Dx with FAI (pincer), labral tear & partial tear & degenerative changes in ligamentum teres. Currently pursuing all other avenues...
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    WOW! I never expected so many informative &...

    WOW!
    I never expected so many informative & detailed responses.
    Yes, I will definitely be setting up a driving lesson to see if I like it & then will take it from there. Especially helpful were...
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    Thanks for all the suggestions. It sounds like a...

    Thanks for all the suggestions. It sounds like a wide twist can be problematic. I will definitely be taking a look at my saddle.

    P.S. ANYONE TRY A REAL WOOL FLEECE SEAT SAVER? DID IT HELP? ...
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    Sorry to hear you are ill. You have to do...

    Sorry to hear you are ill.
    You have to do what's best for you & only you can decide what's best.

    Instead of worrying about giving your boarder's notice, ask yourself the question 'how much...
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    USED TO RIDE, NOW DRIVE?

    Anyone out here that used to ride & now drives?

    Likes, dislikes, pros, cons, differences?

    Anyone try it & HATE IT???

    Thinkin' about gettin' a pony & a cart but not sure...
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    I AM seeing a doc. And a chiro. And a PT. At...

    I AM seeing a doc. And a chiro. And a PT. At this point I am spending too much time in docs offices & no time riding. :disgust:

    Nothing else saddle specific, though?

    Thanks.
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    I have to second the MTG. Great stuff & no...

    I have to second the MTG.
    Great stuff & no need to wash or scrub prior, if you're unable to.
  16. Thread: Coyotes

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    We have coyotes here in AZ. We had a horse set...

    We have coyotes here in AZ.
    We had a horse set up with plain metal railing & no mesh to keep out critters. I say plenty of coyotes crossing through my horse turnout & very close to my horse, a 14...
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    Thanks, Malda. I am an old H/J & Event rider. ...

    Thanks, Malda.
    I am an old H/J & Event rider. I switched to this saddle last year after riding in a friend's Abetta without problems. I just wanted more security & ease of attaching some saddle...
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    HIP PAIN

    Hello, all:

    I am a newbie to NATRC & LD AERC (but not to horses). I love the sport, but have recently been experiencing hip pain that leaves me wondering about my future with horses in general. ...
  19. When those snotty b*tches at the in gate say 'Is...

    When those snotty b*tches at the in gate say 'Is that a synthetic saddle?'
    Simply smile politely and answer 'Why, yes. It's a Tekna.'

    Then let your riding in the ring do the talking. I bet they...
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    Please go to the American Haflinger Registry...

    Please go to the American Haflinger Registry website.
    They have member farms listed.

    A lot of Amish in the Midwest breed them, too.

    Beware the 'modern type' with too much A line breeding,...
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    I have no idea how they find their way, they just...

    I have no idea how they find their way, they just do.
    Even my old OTTB that was a lousy trail horse could.
    My best story pertains to my best horse, a Haflinger gelding.
    We moved from OH to AZ & at...
  22. Obviously, read the rule book of the governing...

    Obviously, read the rule book of the governing organization.
    Then see if you can find a local reputable experienced rider train with and then pair up with for the day. If they can explain the...
  23. Your horse looks to have very contracted heels,...

    Your horse looks to have very contracted heels, surprising since he is barefoot.
    I had a barefoot horse that was always prone to thrush. I was forever pestering my trimmer about what to use. He...
  24. I would recommend going to the NATRC & AERC...

    I would recommend going to the NATRC & AERC region websites & sending out an email regarding your 'wish list'. Ditto the above on facebook. Be honest about your riding skills.

    Also go to a...
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    Yeah, well. That 'flat head' you are jokingly...

    Yeah, well.
    That 'flat head' you are jokingly referring to saved my bacon when I got bucked off onto a hard packed AZ dirt road that hadn't seen rain in 6+ months & I hit the back of my head HARD. ...
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