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    Maybe try this approach... Have a sit down w/...

    Maybe try this approach... Have a sit down w/ owner and other boarder and re-negotiate your board fee with you providing your own feed and hay. She just feeds your feed and hay for you but you buy...
  2. Coth member Patti Brantley- id- Florida...

    Coth member Patti Brantley- id- Florida Foxhunter- has Flying Colors Farm in Tallahassee, Fl. and has been successfully breeding and showing Pinto hunter/jumpers for 20 years or so. She may have a...
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    Usually 60 ft. min. I'd like even larger if you...

    Usually 60 ft. min. I'd like even larger if you have large horses. Mine is 60' and is adequate for 16.2 and over.
  4. I'll also suggest Triple Crown Senior. It's low...

    I'll also suggest Triple Crown Senior. It's low starch and great for the oldies. Just make sure you feed the appropriate amount by Weight according to the instructions on the bag. You can also get...
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    I take 1 or 2 Tablespoons daily of Lubrisyn...

    I take 1 or 2 Tablespoons daily of Lubrisyn depending on the pain level. It's for oral use not injected.
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    What is his diet now?? type of grain, type of...

    What is his diet now?? type of grain, type of hay? On any vit/min. supplement?

    Have you tried flax? Or special skin/coat vitamins?

    I've often wondered if these allergy type conditions aren't...
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    I've been taking my horse's Lubrisyn off and on...

    I've been taking my horse's Lubrisyn off and on for several years for old back injuries and pain. It definitely helps the immediate pain and aches. Within 20-30 min. the achey pain subsides. then...
  8. Thread: Please help

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    If the withers are still sore, then you need more...

    If the withers are still sore, then you need more time to heal. Don't try to ride until the soreness is completely gone and even then be very cautious and carefull.

    For ground work, Clinton...
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    Yes, yes, Do It!!!! You will get a FAN CLUB!!! ...

    Yes, yes, Do It!!!! You will get a FAN CLUB!!!

    Many years ago I started and trained (for almost 4 yrs.) a darling, spirited black pony (large) who I originally planned for my sons to grow into.
    ...
  10. I'd probably write up a business like letter to...

    I'd probably write up a business like letter to the HOA quoting the clause from the by-laws and then stating which unit is the smelly offender. Then get all the adjoining neighbors to sign the...
  11. Twice in the past 6 months UPS delivered packages...

    Twice in the past 6 months UPS delivered packages to my OLD address where I haven't lived for 6-7 years. Seems that the UPS computer changes the address and the driver delivers to the old address.
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    Mix it w/ feed and SOAK by covering it all w/...

    Mix it w/ feed and SOAK by covering it all w/ water. Even my picky ones eat anything if soaked w/ their feed.
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    I noticed their shipping is much slower. Now it...

    I noticed their shipping is much slower. Now it takes several days for the order to go out whereas before it often went out the same day or next morning.

    My guess is they're cutting staff to save...
  14. Check out Irish Saddlery. I looked and looked...

    Check out Irish Saddlery. I looked and looked for a SRS model as I wanted one that was SAFE and properly made w/ straps that protect the eyes..

    Nothing available in US met my criteria. Irish...
  15. Thread: I'm home!!

    by Marla 100
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    Terrific news!!!! Many of us COTHERS followed...

    Terrific news!!!! Many of us COTHERS followed your recovery here and were hoping we'd hear from you soon.

    Oh Happy Day!!!!!!
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    I wouldn't trust electric to keep out any...

    I wouldn't trust electric to keep out any predator that's hungry. Just this week I saw a large Red Fox scale my pasture fence w/ electric on top, and it didn't faze the fox.

    No experience w/...
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    I'll second what Clanter said. I have deeply...

    I'll second what Clanter said. I have deeply bedded outdoor stalls and the bedding is expensive hay which the horses have deemed un-edible. Very expensive bedding. What the horses detect that we...
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    I think I've read that some driving peeps prefer...

    I think I've read that some driving peeps prefer leather harnesses since it's more likely to break in the case of an accident and entanglement.
  19. Just a warning about salt...many horses, mine...

    Just a warning about salt...many horses, mine included, do not eat salt from a block. So I put 1-2 TB. in their food daily. Also during the winter my horses get soupy soaked hay cubes twice a day....
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    I'd be shopping around for a NEW farrier. Yes,...

    I'd be shopping around for a NEW farrier. Yes, the way they're trimmed can definitely affect the way they move, the way they stand and the angles of all the bones in the legs and feet. You don't...
  21. Have you checked to see what Smartpak offers in...

    Have you checked to see what Smartpak offers in their array of SmartVites?

    When my filly was the same age she was also on TC30 but I suspected her difficult heats and grouchiness could have been...
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    Totally agree w/ DJohn. IMO if you have a horse...

    Totally agree w/ DJohn. IMO if you have a horse with ulcers, that's usually a signal that some things in the horse's management needs to be changed, right away.

    Could be not enough or not a...
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    ..more like a Smarter horse than not..

    ..more like a Smarter horse than not..
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    Isn't this the same type fence your mare was...

    Isn't this the same type fence your mare was injured on and died from the injuries?? I'd suggest something safer for your new filly. T-posts can be dangerous , as you know.
  25. Such an innocent expression on her face. She's...

    Such an innocent expression on her face. She's darling and yes when she sheds out she will really be beautiful.

    Have fun and keep us posted on how she's doing.
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