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    I don't see mentioned here that sore stifles can...

    I don't see mentioned here that sore stifles can frequently cause canter problems. If the horse has problems cantering on the lunge line then definitely get her checked by the vet. May just need a...
  2. I have had Todd start and train three of my...

    I have had Todd start and train three of my youngsters over the years including taking one to competing successfully at I-l. I ride with him monthly when he is in Maryland. I would highly recommend...
  3. Most of the owners at our barn use Dr. Jim...

    Most of the owners at our barn use Dr. Jim Yanchumis for our performance horses. He has been a vet for many years and now specialized in Chiro and Accupuncture work. I have seen some amazing results....
  4. Just something to think about. We had an older...

    Just something to think about. We had an older horse doing third level who had a suspensory injury at 19 and had a three month layoff. He also lost his top line. We put him back to work slowly and...
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    Vit.E

    I use Vit.E also to supplement my horses. I have found the best price at Costco. NatureMade All Natural Vit.E is $14.95 when not on sale and $10.95/bottle when it is. I use 10 pills/day which is a...
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    You do have a third option which I have done...

    You do have a third option which I have done several times. My horses all seem to need horse size bridles also but warmblood (oversize) browbands. I just take the browband to my local saddle repairer...
  7. Thread: Empire

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    My last riding horse was a mare by Empire out of...

    My last riding horse was a mare by Empire out of a thoroughbred mare. I still have the farm information we collected when we bred. He was an Einblick son out of a Matador mare, Mon Cherie. She had...
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    Classic mistake with footing. Sand is normally...

    Classic mistake with footing. Sand is normally around 2-3" deep maximum. You are risking serious suspensory injuries if you continue to ride in footing that deep. Think of trying to run in deep, dry...
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    Our Walgrens only carries a liquid form of the...

    Our Walgrens only carries a liquid form of the natural Vit.E and it was much cheaper than the Elevate but they frequently don't have it. However, I found that Costco carries Nature Made all natural...
  10. I'm always amazed by these questions on the...

    I'm always amazed by these questions on the forum. Are you going to trust a non professional you don't know for something this important??? Ask your vet!
  11. Thread: itchy all over

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    I have a warmblood who was very itchy all of the...

    I have a warmblood who was very itchy all of the time. Would also bite himself with his teeth to scratch until he bled. We used lotions containing aloe, etc. Finally got an allergist out and did...
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    You may be dealing with Cushings. Our older horse...

    You may be dealing with Cushings. Our older horse didn't show the classic long, curly, non shedding coat at first but we had a hard time keeping weight on him. We kept upping the feed and it didn't...
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    CVS pharmacy has the liquid natural vit.e at...

    CVS pharmacy has the liquid natural vit.e at $7.29/57ml bottle. For my mare it works out to under $25/mo versus $/75/mo for the Elevate WS.
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    I rode in a Benz for years and loved it. Bought...

    I rode in a Benz for years and loved it. Bought it in Germany. They have a very small tack store but oh my what great stuff. Wonderfully made saddles but not imported to US I believe. Sommer was an...
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    You may be dealing with a metabolic disorder....

    You may be dealing with a metabolic disorder. Extreme weight loss and muscle loss can be indicitive of EPSM and other metabolic disorders.

    If it is something like EPSM the horse can't use...
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    We have an older gelding with a constant history...

    We have an older gelding with a constant history of gas colics years before we got him. Had colic surgery 20 months ago due to torsion caused by the gas. At that time the Doc at the hospital...
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    I have a 9yo Wall Street Kidd gelding who I just...

    I have a 9yo Wall Street Kidd gelding who I just adore. Has a great temperment. He is competing in the developing horse tests at Prix St.Gr this year. The trainer has ridden him in clinics with Heike...
  18. This may be too far north for you but I would...

    This may be too far north for you but I would highly recommend my trainer. He is located about 12 miles east of Frederick, MD. His name is Todd Byran. His website is www.bryancenter.com. Todd is a...
  19. What has always worked for me in the past when I...

    What has always worked for me in the past when I am saddle hunting is to go sit in as many saddles as I can. I am fortunate to be within 2 hours of several tack shops which carry a large number of...
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    The same horse with Lymes was also chronically...

    The same horse with Lymes was also chronically anemic. He gets some red cell and recently we added Smart Energy from Smart Pak to his supplements. It made a major difference. It contains the...
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    I would also check for Lymes. We had a young...

    I would also check for Lymes. We had a young horse that just had no energy, couldn't get him forward. Turned out to be Lymes Disease. Took us a year to figure it out. He was a different horse after a...
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    ulcers, ulcers, ulcers

    This really sounds like it could be a learned response originally caused by pain somewhere. Flinching when you touch the girth area, belly, etc. and uncomfortable when someone is on the back really...
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    I think "atr" is right on the money. I don't...

    I think "atr" is right on the money. I don't think that horses necessarily have more issues as they move up in the levels but things which might not even be noticeable to an amateur at the lower...
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    I used Settle IV three years ago with an older...

    I used Settle IV three years ago with an older mare who kept conceiving but lost the embryo every time due to fluid problems. Gave 1 shot immediately after breeding and had absolutely no fluid...
  25. Let an older horse teach you

    I would highly recommend an older horse. My husband became interested in riding at the ripe old age of 58. I put him in lessons with a competent instructor with good lesson horses for beginners. He...
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