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    I won the dressage at my first FEI with a "flashy...

    I won the dressage at my first FEI with a "flashy shad" (pink lining on my tails, and light pink points -- remnants of my h/j days)

    I say, as long as you can pull off a descent test, then the...
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    Hmmmm....they didnt tell me any of those. I...

    Hmmmm....they didnt tell me any of those. I always have a nurse call to give the results, and this past time she said I had low grade abnormal cells and I would need a colposcopy to get a "better...
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    How important is a colposcopy?

    And by important, I mean...is it necessary every year?

    I am in my mid 20s, have gotten bi-yearly paps since I was about 18. It seems like EVERY TIME the pap comes back irregular, and they schedule...
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    Does anyone have a picture of this set up? I am...

    Does anyone have a picture of this set up? I am having a hard time visualizing it...

    Baby has gotten much better with consistent work in hand (I work at least 20 mins every day, sometimes 2x);...
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    Hmm interesting re: cross ties in a stall. ...

    Hmm interesting re: cross ties in a stall.

    Does anyone else do this for youngsters?

    He was just recently introduced to tying while grooming in a stall (she said thats what she did with him,...
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    Thanks for all the advice!! Lots of good stuff to...

    Thanks for all the advice!! Lots of good stuff to try :D

    Oh, and he is gelded.

    He is a total ham out in the field and for the most part, while doing any type of leading, he just needs some...
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    Thank you! So what do you think is the best...

    Thank you!

    So what do you think is the best way to get him moving forward?

    I think if I start walking forward, that gives him more leeway on the lead, and I can see him going up again. If I...
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    How to correct a rearing youngster?

    Hi all,

    A good friend of mine just sent me her yearling to "play with" this winter. She is going through some rough family times, and needs to sort everything out -- sans horses. I agreed to take...
  9. Moving/Trailering a yearling for the first time

    Hi everyone,

    I am in the process of arranging to move my yearling for the first time from a large breeding farm to a small, private farm. He has never left the breeding farm and has been with the...
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    You made some very good points. I guess I need to...

    You made some very good points. I guess I need to stop thinking about this situation as 100% permanent. I have a very good relationship with the BO where the yearling is now, and I have no doubt that...
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    Thanks guys, I appreciate the kind words. It...

    Thanks guys, I appreciate the kind words.

    It sounds like I need to just sit down and talk to them, but I know that is going to be difficult. Although we do reminisce a lot about the daughter, I...
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    Looking for some advice...

    (cross post from horse care)

    Hi everyone, long-time lurker here, looking for some serious advice. I will try to keep this short, and as anonymous as possible, but the story is quite complicated.
    ...
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    THIS. this is what I am afraid of. I've expressed...

    THIS. this is what I am afraid of. I've expressed this feeling to my parents, but they just dont see it.

    I am afraid that four, five, six months from now when I become comfortable at the farm, it...
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    Yes, both husband and wife know how to do barn...

    Yes, both husband and wife know how to do barn work. They've lived on the farm for 15+ years, with several homebreds. So they've dealt with babies, they know the routine. It was only the last 3 years...
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    Looking for some advice...

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  16. really bad front feet on a weanling (?)

    My baby has huge chips on his front hooves. It almost looks like he had two really high abscesses that blew out and took some foot with it. His hind feet look great, and he hasnt taken a lame step....
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    I posted a little while ago about Bonnie Mosser's...

    I posted a little while ago about Bonnie Mosser's old 4* eventer, Jenga. Anyone know what he is up to? Last I heard, he was sold to a European team (I want to say Italy, but Im not sure.) I always...
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    My mare was diagnosed with EPM 1 month after I...

    My mare was diagnosed with EPM 1 month after I bought her. She lost a lot of topline muscle and was very, very short behind. She also did this weird neurological thing where she would curl her neck...
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    Im 5'2" on a good day and mamma is 16'1, so he...

    Im 5'2" on a good day and mamma is 16'1, so he probably isnt huge compared to some of the older babies, but he has grown so fast in the last few weeks.
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    My baby boy is growing so fast!

    Its so amazing how quickly they grow... Oliver was born on May 20th, so he is not quite yet 4 months old. But look at how tall he is! He is my first baby, and wow, how much fun the process has been....
  21. Thread: Jenga?

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    Jenga?

    All these Burghley threads got me wondering what happened to Bonnie Mosser's 4* eventer, Jenga. I love, love, loved that horse! I remember them having a stellar go around one of England's 4*s (I cant...
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    Thanks for all the feedback, guys! Im a little...

    Thanks for all the feedback, guys!

    Im a little torn because I am considering marketing her more towards the hunter world, with a $$ lease. She is super fancy on the flat and over fences and I...
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    Thanks for the imput :) I honestly have no clue...

    Thanks for the imput :) I honestly have no clue what the ranges are!!

    I pay $550 for board, so the idea of leasing her out was to help cover at least a chunk of her board. $600 is standard board...
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    Reasonable lease price?

    My beloved eventer is retired from the upper levels, but still has plenty of spunk left to teach an A/O or YR the ropes at BN/N/T. I have a young one to bring along, so Id like to lease her out with...
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    This is my Catherston Dazzler (British...

    This is my Catherston Dazzler (British sporthorse) x TB foal, Oliver. He is my first baby, out of my young rider's horse. I have some big plans for this little guy :)

    The first few pics are at 2...
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