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    Have not considered Ace. Honestly, probably...

    Have not considered Ace. Honestly, probably wouldn't. I did put him on magrestore. Seemed to help with his overall body "tightness" but only noticed a differece US during the loading dose....
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    Quick update. I tried a different bit. KK loose...

    Quick update. I tried a different bit. KK loose ring with single joint. He actually started rooting at first then seemed to accept it (more than the double jointed.) By the end of our ride he was...
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    Awesome! Thanks for the link.

    Awesome! Thanks for the link.
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    Thank you MVP. :D

    Thank you MVP. :D
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    At this point, when he gives, I should release? ...

    At this point, when he gives, I should release? Often I've found that this takes me back to square one, especially at the trot. I release because he gives, I take up light contact again and he's...
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    The dressage today article is interesting. I...

    The dressage today article is interesting. I have noticed that pushing my hands into his neck appears to calm him, espcecially at the canter.
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    This all makes sense MVP. I do understand, it...

    This all makes sense MVP. I do understand, it just sounds like a MUCH longer process than I was hoping for. I have no choice but to be patient.
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    Yes. Floated in Oct. Have used a loose ring and...

    Yes. Floated in Oct.
    Have used a loose ring and similar D version with copper bean.
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    At first the leg sent him off ;) but he learned...

    At first the leg sent him off ;) but he learned pretty quickly that it's not going to bite him :) I probably do tend to keep a light leg until I'm asking for hind end movement.

    Lunging with...
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    OTTB reschooling - Anxiety with contact.

    I have an OTTB that came off the track to some western riding, something called Tattoo Racing, and now he's in my care. I've had him since Oct.

    Sweet as you could imagine on the ground. Very...
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    I feel like leaving her with the vet would stress...

    I feel like leaving her with the vet would stress me more than having her at home.

    Ill look into the milk test.

    I have "giddyup flix" ;) Any video suggestions?

    I started reading Blessed...
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    First foal, maiden mare, DIY or send out,

    First foal for us both. Should I attempt to let her foal at home or send to my vet to foal out?

    My vet has a foaling stall, is very knowledgeable but sometimes seems a little too laid back and...
  13. This does not surprise me at all. :/

    This does not surprise me at all. :/
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    I think at the most, I'll be working part-time,...

    I think at the most, I'll be working part-time, if at all during that period so I think I'll have too much time ;) Hopefully I won't drive the new barn staff nuts!
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    This horse is super laid back and handles new...

    This horse is super laid back and handles new situations very well so I'm thinking she'll be fine.

    As far as the gastrogard goes, OMG, I did a quick search and boy is that stuff expensive!
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    You guys are right, I'm overthinking this. The...

    You guys are right, I'm overthinking this. The horse does just fine at over-night shows now.

    The unfortunate part is each move will require a 10-16 hour trailer ride. I'd probably use a shipper,...
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    Moving your horse - often.

    There's a possibility I might be doing a bit of moving in the next few years. Like 6 months here, 3-4 months there, another 6 months back there, etc. I keep wondering if it is unfair to drag a...
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    Anyone?

    Anyone?
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    pharmequine.com - online Rx

    Anyone used them before? Prices seem to be pretty decent. You don't need an Rx.
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    I usually put at least duct tape or something on...

    I usually put at least duct tape or something on it. Imagine if it does come out and horsie lays down on the hoof patty :eek: Try and get that one off his rump, head, etc. before your first class...
  21. Yes, thank you! I think I'm going to continue...

    Yes, thank you!

    I think I'm going to continue to be really careful with the horses feet for now and stay barefoot as we only have a few shows left this year. She's not been sore or off, yet. I...
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    THIS. :yes: I guess I will continue to use...

    THIS. :yes:

    I guess I will continue to use it. The hard ground in the mid-atlantic this summer is horrible.
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    Magic Cushion while showing?

    Can/do you use this while showing USEF rated shows?
  24. What if the shoe WAS set at the proper spot for...

    What if the shoe WAS set at the proper spot for breakover with this horse? She wore maybe 3-4 sets of fronts and still had the crappy trot each time. Is there anything else we might be able to do?...
  25. So you all think moving the aluminum shoe forward...

    So you all think moving the aluminum shoe forward a hair might help?
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