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  1. BUMP - anyone?

    BUMP - anyone?
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    SmartDigest did nothing for my highly ulcer-prone...

    SmartDigest did nothing for my highly ulcer-prone TB. I've been supplementing with SmartOmega 3 along with a buffer. However, never had any digestive issues, loose stools, etc with ulcers.
  3. Feedback please: Platinum Performance Balance for Ulcer-Prone Equines?

    Speak to me about your experience with Platinum Performance Balance for your ulcer-prone horse?

    While it's working superbly, switching my guy off of KER's RiteTrac bc the LT use of sodium bicarb...
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    I agree that it wouldn't hurt to do both....

    I agree that it wouldn't hurt to do both. However, the pop rocks stop the acid production so the ulcers can heal - you really wouldn't need to supplement with anything else while on pop rocks...
  5. Haven't read the 3 pages of posts here...however,...

    Haven't read the 3 pages of posts here...however, until recently I have been ordering "pop rocks" regularly for about a year. Yes, it sometimes takes 1.5 months to receive the package, then again I...
  6. UPDATE:

    The seller in VA told me that the pony was sold to a family in New Haven, CT. Anyone seen this pony?
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    Just to clear some things up...because I think...

    Just to clear some things up...because I think ulcers are always an interesting topic and certainly an ever ongoing riddle to solve.

    #1. Yes, after treating/healing the ulcers with Ulcergard, I...
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    Lateralwork: "pop rocks" = Abprazole (omeprazole)...

    Lateralwork: "pop rocks" = Abprazole (omeprazole) made by Abler. They are little blue pellets, they actually look like the "Nerds" candy.
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    Stryder - I spoke with a representative of KER a...

    Stryder - I spoke with a representative of KER a few days ago. I asked if it was safe to give in conjunction with poprocks, she says yes. Also I wanted to know if horses have been given RiteTrac to...
  10. Here's my two cents for what it's worth...I also...

    Here's my two cents for what it's worth...I also have been forced to learn about ulcers with my OTTB. Here's what has WORKED for my guy with confirmed stomach ulcers 1yr ago:

    *1.5lbs Ultium &...
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    Going off "PopRocks"

    Over a year ago I treated my guy's ulcers with Ulcerguard, confirmed healing with scoping, then put him on Abler's "poprocks" as maintenance. He's been on the poprocks for almost a year: 1...
  12. ISO: BlueRidge Valentino, 2007 Section B Welsh, Small, Black Roan

    Three years ago I sold BlueRidge Valentino, aka "Ashby". Not long after I sold him, the buyers got into a bit of financial trouble, and I am told the pony was sent to VA, then to MD to be sold. I...
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    [QUOTE=csaper58;6866747]Forco contains...

    [QUOTE=csaper58;6866747]Forco contains Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is plain brewer's yeast.
    Saccharomyces boulardii is the strain that has show some ability to help the hind gut heal.QUOTE]
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  14. For the OP: My guy has been on "pop rocks" for...

    For the OP: My guy has been on "pop rocks" for about a year now. Vet says to supplement w/magnesium even though he gets Ultium and top quality forage. Having the discussion with the vet now about...
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    Supplement for Hindgut - Forco?

    Anyone ever used this product? http://forcocolorado.com/horse_supplements.htm

    I'm in need of a supplement that contains Sacchromyces (1st ingredient) for hindgut maintenance. This one seems to be...
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    I also like cutsey names for spunky little...

    I also like cutsey names for spunky little ponies! :D I second Kermit and Jimminy Cricket.

    (OR)

    Wooly (Wooly Be A Star)
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    Awesome topic. For what it's worth...I believe...

    Awesome topic. For what it's worth...I believe work ethic and attitude go hand in hand. I have one who is very athletic and LOVES to work. He gets really sour and rather unmanageable if doesn't get...
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    You tried them on? How soft are they?

    You tried them on? How soft are they?
  19. SmartPak is now carrying the DeNiro's - what are...

    SmartPak is now carrying the DeNiro's - what are your thoughts on their quality? SP has two styles: one is super soft and you can see the wrinkles in the pics, or a stiffer leather...

    Anyone tried...
  20. Supplementing: Chopped Alfalfa or Baled??

    Supplementing my horse's normal hay ration...Should I go chopped alfalfa forage or traditional baled alfalfa? Aside from a higher concentration in the bagged form, are there other nutritional...
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    OTTB's & Navicular: Is there a trend?

    I have an 11yr old OTTB who is showing signs of mild lameness in both front feet. He raced for 8yrs until coming home with me. Vet ruled out old/set suspensory injury as the issue. He's been...
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    Agreed. Certainly an off-the-wall situation for...

    Agreed. Certainly an off-the-wall situation for all. Perhaps, I've just been in denial over failed dreams about what I would achieve with the pony. 3 and not backed is a difficult sale for anyone,...
  23. Second that! "Deals" in the horse business are...

    Second that! "Deals" in the horse business are always a concern. In the end, you pay for what you get. I board 25/30 minutes outside of Raleigh, high end care, no on-site trainer, no indoor, no ring...
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    Leasing a 3yr old??

    Let me preface by stating this is not an attempted ad - just looking for insight and suggestions...

    I have a lovely, fancy, well bred 3yr old small pony hunter prospect that I've desperately been...
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    Online sales: Any Luck?

    I have a really nice, fancy 3yr old small pony that I've been marketing online for about 6 mos now (as well as WOM), but no real bites yet. Price is low and not the problem. Realizing my issue is...
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