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  1. Thanks everyone for the suggestions! She has been...

    Thanks everyone for the suggestions! She has been tested with nothing triggering the cause. I did recently switch her to Blue Freedom Fish and Sweet Potato and I have never seen a dog go for food so...
  2. Ill put a plug out there for SmartFlex...

    Ill put a plug out there for SmartFlex Resilience! I had a horse that had a tendon injury and I started him immediately on SmartFlex Tendon on top of a different joint supplement. But when I did my...
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    I think you may have been seeing the Talent Yarn...

    I think you may have been seeing the Talent Yarn shirts by Essex (others are starting to make them now too). They have the designs in their collars and sleeves. I have a couple that I use myself for...
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    For all multi-day shows, I usually give a good...

    For all multi-day shows, I usually give a good liniment bath (Vetrolin or Performance Sore-no-more (show safe)). Once he is dry I have BoT no bow wraps for all 4 legs and use Cavalor Muscooler on his...
  5. Doctors say my Father has 2 years to live.....

    Found out my father has cancer and not sure what to do...(long story)

    So a couple weeks ago my father (biological) found out he had bladder cancer. Now he was a heavy smoker and has survived...
  6. The Oglivy pads are about an inch thick but don't...

    The Oglivy pads are about an inch thick but don't feel that way when seated in the saddle. Its definitely a different feel, but never felt I was "far away" from my horse. The difference I felt was...
  7. I would definitely recommend an Oglivy pad. I...

    I would definitely recommend an Oglivy pad. I have a horse with a high wither and had a saddle that just didn't fit him right. I wasn't in a position that I could buy a new saddle so I needed to find...
  8. Definitely will do, have just the right amount...

    Definitely will do, have just the right amount left now to switch over.

    My poor SO, usually is the one that finds it and it usually ends up when I head to the barn to stay the night for a horse...
  9. I was actually looking at that food!!! They are...

    I was actually looking at that food!!! They are nearly out of the current bag so its time to buy more food, figured it was a good time to switch. Ill try that then! My other option was the Science...
  10. Calling all GSD owners: Sensitive Stomachs???

    So calling all GSD owners! Do your dogs have issues with their stomachs? I have a 4 1/5 year old female GSD. It seems that the older she is getting the more stomach issues she has, specially over the...
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    I have used them in the past and ended up making...

    I have used them in the past and ended up making my own. I found that the ones you can purchase were a bit more aggressive then I had actually wanted. The one Dover sold looked like 15 "pen tip...
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    I clipped my horse last winter, but I also...

    I clipped my horse last winter, but I also showed.I'll also say my horse at the time was on 24/7 turnout too. I started in October but only do a hunter clip, leaving hair on his legs. When I did his...
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    There are two secret to finding a camera for low...

    There are two secret to finding a camera for low lighting settings

    The first is ISO settings. ISO is the level of sensitivity of you camera to light.The higher the ISO can go (ie. ISO 200, ISO...
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    My current TB at the time was retired from high...

    My current TB at the time was retired from high levels or work and was happily being a low level lesson pony. So I threw an ad on our local equestrian site just asking for what I was looking for in...
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    hahaha no worries!! I love the jacket for hot...

    hahaha no worries!! I love the jacket for hot days, its significantly cooler. I actually moved up in size because of the infamous peep hole that I typically get due to "girls" being too big, and felt...
  16. We use Map-5 (order from heartland) with great...

    We use Map-5 (order from heartland) with great results and actually contains more HA than Legend per dosage. We give it to my horse once a month and its amazing after being on it a couple a months...
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    I wear between a 10-14 in jacket sizes depending...

    I wear between a 10-14 in jacket sizes depending on the jacket and I love my Horseware Competition Coat. I have the Navy one and I dont think it makes me look to bad. I've got a lot up top so I was...
  18. I have found that the atmosphere is much more...

    I have found that the atmosphere is much more relaxing and jumpers in general are a lot less stressful. The only thing you are competing against is the clock and there are no politics. You can have a...
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    They are great saddles but definitely not on the...

    They are great saddles but definitely not on the cheaper side. I ended up with one, buying it used and was able to talk down the price to a steal of a deal. Only reason why I have one.......
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    I actually have a Voltaire Palm Beach and had the...

    I actually have a Voltaire Palm Beach and had the Chrio and saddle fitter (unaffiliated with Voltaire since I bought it used) and they were amazed how well the saddle fit him. Gave it "above...
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    My horse is built the same way. Has high withers...

    My horse is built the same way. Has high withers that creates a hallow spot just behind his shoulder on top of which his spine sticks out some. Its how his conformation is. I have an Ogilvy pad and...
  22. I grew up on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley. It...

    I grew up on a farm in the Shenandoah Valley. It has always been my dream to get married on our farm. My mom was like Martha Stewart with landscaping. Our house actually sat on top of the mountain...
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    As suggested below, I would try a variety of...

    As suggested below, I would try a variety of saddles to really see what fits both. I will say that I am not as tall as you but have a very long femur. I actually had purchased a saddle, custom, a...
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    I have both the front zip and back zip. I had...

    I have both the front zip and back zip.

    I had the toughest time with the back zip. Ironically enough when I first tried them on it took the attempt of two people and it just wouldn't go over my...
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    I'm a Project Analyst for a top 5 CRO (Clinical...

    I'm a Project Analyst for a top 5 CRO (Clinical Research Organization). I financially manage multi-million dollar clinical trials across the globe.

    Went to school for Business Management and got...
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