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    Glad to hear he is feeling a little better. Also...

    Glad to hear he is feeling a little better. Also this is nobody's fault. The region he injured is very difficult to diagnose, and it sounds like there still is no clear picture of his injury.
    It...
  2. But the problem is that for some timeshare sales...

    But the problem is that for some timeshare sales people, "No" is just not an acceptable answer. "No" just means try again.
    We live in timeshare central (they even advertise on the radio). The...
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    Yes go to the doctor. This is something that...

    Yes go to the doctor. This is something that could be quite serious. At the doctor's office, you might be tested for Hodgkin's lymphoma. This would entail a chest x ray and some blood tests. ...
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    I've been unlucky multiple times with poison ivy...

    I've been unlucky multiple times with poison ivy and oak. It truly is awful, and hard to sleep through the first night.
    He could also try a topical cream with lidocaine to numb it.
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    Prednisone really will help, but it will take a...

    Prednisone really will help, but it will take a few hours. In about two hours, it should go from completely unbearable to tolerable. Sorry this happened.
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    This topic reminds me of the one time I asked a...

    This topic reminds me of the one time I asked a BNT to train my horse (a World Cup rider). He was about 2 hours away and would come out to our barn a few times a year to give clinics, so was familiar...
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    Personally, I went with something close to option...

    Personally, I went with something close to option 1. I wanted an upgrade in training from what was available at the barn I had been at for years. In the end, I did come back after about 4 months. ...
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    Findeight said it best. But to reiterate, wake up...

    Findeight said it best. But to reiterate, wake up an hour earlier and have the ring to yourself.
    Showing is nothing compared to the hazards in the warm up. It makes the class look easy.
  9. I do lament the loss of trees, but there is...

    I do lament the loss of trees, but there is nothing like sitting with a catalog or horse magazine in hand
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    I had a boss that called mandatory Saturday 9:00...

    I had a boss that called mandatory Saturday 9:00 AM meetings. There was no choice but for a co worker to bring in the 2yo twins. Mayhem ensued, and the Saturday morning meetings were cancelled after...
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    Well Bristol Bay, that was truly a valiant...

    Well Bristol Bay, that was truly a valiant effort, but technically, that thread was euthanized. Which brings us to the important topic of thread euthanasia, when is it time to go??
    It could be...
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    That would be the famous quote from Barbara...

    That would be the famous quote from Barbara Walters interviewing Katherine Hepburn. And I know this all to be true because I just googled it..
  13. Yes, a lot of horses get these. Do not take it...

    Yes, a lot of horses get these. Do not take it personally.
    One or two laps of vetrap and upside down bell boots or (normally applied fly raps) will help. Best
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    Since it is always in good taste to name your...

    Since it is always in good taste to name your hunter after an alcoholic beverage, I suggest "Absolut"
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    o.k. I looked all over the barn for contact...

    o.k.
    I looked all over the barn for contact information for this mare's owner and there just is not any posted. I could not even find her owners name.

    It is completely in the stallion owner's...
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    The mare in heat is older and retired, and I have...

    The mare in heat is older and retired, and I have never met her owner.
    My only option is to talk to the stallion owner (who also is the BO --she knows exactly what happened as she was there and...
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    Hmmm… An idiot is someone who does not know...

    Hmmm…
    An idiot is someone who does not know right from wrong.

    I would call this, irresponsible.

    Now, here is my dilemma.
    If someone is irresponsible, are they even going to call the mare...
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    In this case, the stallion did in fact break...

    In this case, the stallion did in fact break loose, but he had only one gate to get through. Incidentally, the stallion was housed next to the mare.
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    It's Springtime!! and the Stallion gets loose

    This is the third time I've seen this situation. Three separate barns, mare in heat --stallion is desperate, gets loose and breeds. In all cases, the stallion owner probably hopes the boarder mare...
  21. Simple. Just ask your future husband to take on...

    Simple. Just ask your future husband to take on your last name.
  22. Oh please, pretty please, please, please, please,...

    Oh please, pretty please, please, please, please, could we all just email and call Ms. Mandarino and ask for a Fab pony finals winner for our kids? Or maybe just for ourselves?

    This is just too...
  23. Well, I have never seen your horse, but will try...

    Well, I have never seen your horse, but will try and help anyway. I predict that in 6-12 months, your horse will be trail sound.

    There will always be a market for a nice guy, like yours. That...
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    I found that if I walk him up and down the barn...

    I found that if I walk him up and down the barn aisle and let him "graze" on loose hay, he is interested in eating. But as soon as I put him back in the stall he is listless again. It's probably a...
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    His move was only 15 minutes away. He has had...

    His move was only 15 minutes away. He has had some water. He doesn't seem sick, just upset, and distressed. He is not very interested in treats. He is not normally a great eater. Grazing is a...
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