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    My my horse died from fumonisin contamination. ...

    My my horse died from fumonisin contamination. Corn that was in feed that was not supposed to be in the feed at all. FYI, Cattle can tolerate fumonisin fungus within the corn kernel. Horses...
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    In my experienced, the BO should not be letting...

    In my experienced, the BO should not be letting anyone other than one who is proficient in stallion handling handle her stallion.

    I've had stallions (still do) for 20+ years. All of quite...
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    No kidding. From what she said about this horse...

    No kidding. From what she said about this horse it is not out of the realm of possibilities. Hoping the horse has not injured the OP if the horse is as aggressive as originally reported.
  4. Your chiro was totally incorrect. Horses who...

    Your chiro was totally incorrect. Horses who develop sweeney from a shoulder injury do not walk in circles.

    Horses with a spinal or brain injury (neurological injury) may demonstrate that.
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    Personally, I've found the old Klimke's book...

    Personally, I've found the old Klimke's book "Training of the Young Horse" to be the best...and I've used it to retrain the older horse who is screwed up from bad training or bad riding. His little...
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    Haven't read all the posts..but I would recommend...

    Haven't read all the posts..but I would recommend a ton of work over ground poles. Lots of them on the lunge first. Then u/s. Watch your hands and allow the horse to stretch down. I can take some...
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    This. Exactly. I'm absolutely against a...

    This. Exactly.

    I'm absolutely against a farrier whacking a horse with a rasp..particulary a young one. That tells me they are short tempered. Patience with the babies and greenies is so...
  8. Thread: Name that horse!

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    Madame Mademoiselle Barn name for either...

    Madame

    Mademoiselle

    Barn name for either could be "Maddy". Lovely. :)

    Or Madame Mustang or Mademoiselle Mustang. I WOULD be cool to have her breed in her name so when she knows, no one...
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    Yep. In fact, you don't even need to use warm...

    Yep. In fact, you don't even need to use warm water. You can just warm up the tube in hot water and squirt it up in the prepuce and leave it there. All the smegma will fall off in a few days. Or,...
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    Yes, SStates started milling Triple Crown feed...

    Yes, SStates started milling Triple Crown feed many years ago. I switched from Pennfield to TC when it first came out because it was the only manfacturer that had started making a senior feed,...
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    Then you are doing it judiciously and making the...

    Then you are doing it judiciously and making the event not a dangerous one. That's good.

    But there are others less educated, so it's important to reply with these specific rather than saying 'any...
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    Years ago when I boarder for awhile, a very young...

    Years ago when I boarder for awhile, a very young gal bathed her thin-skinned horse in the winter 45 degree weather (unclipped horse) and the mare wound up hypothermic. We had to actually call the...
  13. I just wanted to say that sweeney, that...

    I just wanted to say that sweeney, that eventually produces muscle wasting behind the shoulder blade is not always the end of the world, depending upon the severity.

    To make you feel better, if...
  14. This...and/or cause "sweeney".

    This...and/or cause "sweeney".
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    At the tail end of the video that is under my...

    At the tail end of the video that is under my tagline for "Argosy" is a good view of my barn/arena layout. The stalls run down one side. It's so convenient have the indoor attached. The feed room...
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    Two are 23 years old (homebreds) and still going...

    Two are 23 years old (homebreds) and still going strong :)...another is 12.
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    45 year old TB/Paint/Appy x.

    45 year old TB/Paint/Appy x.
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    Well the OP said, in a subsequent post from her...

    Well the OP said, in a subsequent post from her original, that she found out "the story was dramatically different".

    Thanks for completing it. I hope someone steps and pays your stallion service...
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    GREAT post...starting my day laughing. :lol:

    GREAT post...starting my day laughing. :lol:
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    "Trust your gut" (instincts).

    "Trust your gut" (instincts).
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    Yes. Just what most business owners and apt...

    Yes. Just what most business owners and apt owners do when a client/tenant is vacating.

    After all, boarding a horse is a rental housing arrangement. If one tenant is leaving, the new one should...
  22. Yep, piece of cake, no?...

    Yep, piece of cake, no? :lol::lol::lol:...:winkgrin:.
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    This. Re the "normal wear and tear issue". And...

    This. Re the "normal wear and tear issue". And yes, wood chewers are the worst and will not board them because unfortuately unlike cribbing it is HIGHLY contagious and becomes a social thing among...
  24. Good for you!! No, you won't get "lonely" as...

    Good for you!! No, you won't get "lonely" as you'll still be dealing with clients remotely (sometimes you MAY have to dress up and meet). Most of the time you can live in sweats and a t-shirt....
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    I'm finally at the tail end of my flu. I was...

    I'm finally at the tail end of my flu. I was down for almost 10 days. High fever of over 102 that was up and down for over a week. Miserable and left me still quite fatiguing easy I'm still...
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