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    Monalisa...I am keeping you and your horses in my...

    Monalisa...I am keeping you and your horses in my thoughts and prayers, I am so sorry this happened. Hopefully, we will get the good news that they are safely back home very soon! I live in VA and...
  2. I completely agree with you, very well said!...

    I completely agree with you, very well said! After reading that article about how "Chic" died I feel sick to my stomach. If someone ever did that to one of my horses I would never get over it, and I...
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    OMG!!...That was hilarious....now I want to see a...

    OMG!!...That was hilarious....now I want to see a picture of this little guy!
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    I like to choose 2-3 AA shows per yer, and budget...

    I like to choose 2-3 AA shows per yer, and budget for that. That gives me something to work towards throughout the year, and satisfies my showing urge without bankrupting me or my new husband, who is...
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    Dune...The horse's name was not "Gulliver" was...

    Dune...The horse's name was not "Gulliver" was it? I live in VA, bought him as a five year old (he is thirteen now). He is a grey and Granulit is his dad.
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    I know the OP posted a while back, but I did a...

    I know the OP posted a while back, but I did a search for Granulit's name on here and thought I would respond.

    Thanks to DownYonder on this board I recently found out that my 1997 Oldenburg...
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    Jingles for your mare!! My retired mare got a...

    Jingles for your mare!! My retired mare got a deep ulcer in her eye 2 years ago but after about 6 weeks, many vet visits, and a couple thousand dollars later it got better!! But there were times I...
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    Swollen front legs?

    I went to ride my horse today and when I pulled him out of his stall I saw that both front legs were swollen from the ankle to the knee. Looked like they were very stalked up. He had been out all...
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    This is good to know. I had a situation a couple...

    This is good to know. I had a situation a couple years ago where my retired pony was moved from a field with a huge run in shed to a field with no cover in the middle of the summer with out my...
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    I would say choose #2 if you think the horse has ...

    I would say choose #2 if you think the horse has the potential to do what you are desiring. Ask your trainer if they think the horse could be competitive in lower level dressage with the proper...
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    How to find an Oldenburg's pedigree?

    I have an Oldenburg gelding who was imported when he was 5 from Germany, he is now 13. He has the Oldenburg brand with the number 54. I would love to know what his breeding is, but am not sure how to...
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    My vote is to keep him

    I was in a similar situation to you. I was a law student ear deep in student loans and got an offer for my horse that would wipe out those and leave my plenty to spare. I kept him, and don't regret...
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    This is a great thread...everyone's horses are...

    This is a great thread...everyone's horses are adorable! :)

    I often look back at my horse's pictures when I got him and can't believe how much they can change! People don't even believe that his...
  14. Cannon bone chip? and if so, should it be removed?

    I have a 25 year old retired large pony who has recently developed a slight swelling over the cannon bone of her right leg. She trots in sound from the field everyday, there is no heat, and she is...
  15. Did I make the right decision re joint injections?

    I have a 12 year old show hunter who I have had since he was five. He had never been lame a day in his life so he had never had any joint injections, only courses of adequan/legend for maintenance. I...
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    Thank you so much for that information, that is...

    Thank you so much for that information, that is wonderful :) Do you know how I could obtain his contact info?
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    Judging Local Hunter Shows?

    I was wondering how one would go about becoming a judge for local hunter shows? Is there a certification process you have to go through? I have been showing in the hunters my whole life and would...
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    22 y/o Registered TB Mare-Pennsylvania

    I am posting this for the owner of a horse I used to own.

    I owned this mare 13 years ago and located her through the missing horses section on this board. I found out that her current owner needs...
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    I had a great time at Upperville, but I was lucky...

    I had a great time at Upperville, but I was lucky and got to show on Wednesday before all the storms. My horse got good ribbons with both me and my trainer, but we did end up scratching on...
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    Yes, but there is a fine line between "straight"...

    Yes, but there is a fine line between "straight" and "mean" and some of the posts, IMO, have crossed that line...I guess some people just feel so insecure about themselves that they just jump on the...
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    I have read through all of these posts and I have...

    I have read through all of these posts and I have to say I am quite shocked by some of the horribly mean comments that were made about this rider. I do agree that the these pictures do not flatter...
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    This is my favorite, mainly because he has his...

    This is my favorite, mainly because he has his eyes closed while jumping...captures his lazy personality perfectly!

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=31082886&l=df478edfb9&id=12202328
  23. I think your horse is adorable! He looks like he...

    I think your horse is adorable! He looks like he has a great disposition! I don't think you need to be the least bit concerned about his form b/c he is not jumping those jumps, he is simply cantering...
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    I agree about the classic...while the class...

    I agree about the classic...while the class winner was lovely, I thought the second place or third place horse should have won it....both of those horse had such a calm, beautiful way of going with a...
  25. JINGLES!!...Hopefully it is just a little tummy...

    JINGLES!!...Hopefully it is just a little tummy upset from being moved to a new home :(...She is such a beautiful girl!!!
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