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  1. I have about 5 bras that I wear regularly. I...

    I have about 5 bras that I wear regularly. I usually wear 2-3 times before washing. Don't ask how many are sitting in the drawers unused.

    I have about two dozen sports bras that I wear...
  2. I don't leave the Horseware line. If I don't...

    I don't leave the Horseware line. If I don't want to pay for a Rambo, I go with the Rhino or Amigo options.
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    Yes. I showed a horse in one for a few years. ...

    Yes. I showed a horse in one for a few years. It worked great for him - but isn't for everything. Yes - it is comparatively thin and light. However, because the cheeks move independently, you can...
  4. A non-gusseted Passier, or an Amerigo/Vega.

    A non-gusseted Passier, or an Amerigo/Vega.
  5. I would suspect that the turnout disturbed the...

    I would suspect that the turnout disturbed the healing, or caused a minor tear/strain. I agree with your vet, although I would probably do a follow-up ultrasound in 7-10 days to see what its looking...
  6. I had one who hated all weather - sun, wind,...

    I had one who hated all weather - sun, wind, rain, snow, hot, cold... She wore a waterproof turnout sheet when it got below 60. She was much happier that way.
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    I've seen plenty of horses that are slow behind...

    I've seen plenty of horses that are slow behind get to PSG. IMHO, it should be workable (although maybe not a 70%) until you need a piaffe.

    Is he naturally built with his hind legs out behind...
  8. It depends entirely on what level the horse is...

    It depends entirely on what level the horse is currently working, and what job you expect the horse to have. I'll tolerate a lot in a horse I expect to keep at the same level, or move down - 1/2 on...
  9. It depends where you are going to live, and...

    It depends where you are going to live, and whether you will be going at commuting times - or whether you have the flexibility to ride at other hours.
  10. Just start over. Have your vet out to flex the...

    Just start over. Have your vet out to flex the horse and do blocks if necessary. You can generally get a bit more specific than what you are describing with good blocks.

    There are many soft...
  11. I've done it twice and I've used Ace both times. ...

    I've done it twice and I've used Ace both times. It is really the best way to go with these types of injuries where you don't want to risk a blow-up/reinjury.

    My progression is:
    hand walk...
  12. I have a Baron, and sometimes haul one with the...

    I have a Baron, and sometimes haul one with the divider out. I hook up cross-ties using the loops near the chest bar. Works great.
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    I've got two go-to approaches. 1. canter...

    I've got two go-to approaches.

    1. canter around the short side on the correct lead. At the beginning of the long-side, do a canter-walk transition. Then pick up counter-canter from the walk. ...
  14. No - same price. You are paying the value of the...

    No - same price. You are paying the value of the trainer's time. What the trainer is working on during that time is irrelevant.

    I would expect different prices based on number of sessions -...
  15. It's a long shot, but I'd play with the noseband...

    It's a long shot, but I'd play with the noseband too. Take it off her bridle entirely for a few rides, and see if she likes her favorite bit any more that way. It may just give the extra lip fat a...
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    I prefer to get Otomax cream from the vet.

    I prefer to get Otomax cream from the vet.
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    My 5 year old is in an Icon Coda with this tree. ...

    My 5 year old is in an Icon Coda with this tree. So far, I'm quite pleased with it, but only time will tell.
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    There have been 3 different Victory models, and I...

    There have been 3 different Victory models, and I believe all were Custom fit - so each saddle will vary. I believe all three are discontinued now. You could always get the serial number and call...
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    I would do many smaller braids on a short neck. ...

    I would do many smaller braids on a short neck.

    If it is also thin, either do cobra braids or fold them such that you get the bump sticking up.

    If it is also thick, braid tight and fold the...
  20. I will take a lot of chances on an older horse...

    I will take a lot of chances on an older horse that is already doing the job that I intend it to have - particularly if the owner is up front about the issues and how they are successfully...
  21. I am all for more choices. Everyone has to pick...

    I am all for more choices. Everyone has to pick what is right for them. I hope this product makes it through all of the rounds of trials, but even if not, it's still a step in the right direction.
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    skipollo is correct. Gastroguard and Ulcerguard...

    skipollo is correct. Gastroguard and Ulcerguard are identical. They just receive different labels post-production. The OTC dose is 1/4 tube as preventative. The prescription dose is 1 tube as...
  23. Sometimes there is a reason other than old age...

    Sometimes there is a reason other than old age that makes them drop weight fast - like cancer. I might ask the vet to pull blood the next time he/she is out and see if that makes the decision for...
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    Olympic Archive?

    I'm doing some research on a pedigree. Dam sire was supposedly in the 1988 Olympics, but did not win a medal. Does anyone know if there is an archive of the confirmed entries that I could read? ...
  25. I have $15k MM - no co-pays, no sub-deductibles....

    I have $15k MM - no co-pays, no sub-deductibles. My policy is with American Livestock/Brit America. It is through Cunningham and Cunningham.
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