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    I know you asked for recent, but my experience...

    I know you asked for recent, but my experience was in 2011. They took my horse from WY to NC. Was pleased with our experience. Had no issue keeping in touch. Horse had a layover in Colorado if I...
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    Have a friend who tried it a couple of years ago...

    Have a friend who tried it a couple of years ago on her gelding. It seemed to help him for a year or so, but didn't last. She's now looking at surgical options to make him more comfortable.
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    I am also on the east coast, and purchased a used...

    I am also on the east coast, and purchased a used Kieffer dressage saddle from this company a couple of years ago. No complaints here. Very easy to work with and the saddle came exactly as...
  4. My horses can remove the Catchmasks too. They...

    My horses can remove the Catchmasks too. They took my horses longer to figure out, but they aren't foolproof. That's why I went back to the Cashel's and duct tape!
  5. I have been known to keep a big roll of duct tape...

    I have been known to keep a big roll of duct tape at the barn and add a layer of tape over the Velcro. Kind of a pain, but it has solved the problem for me.
  6. I don't have anything to add that others haven't...

    I don't have anything to add that others haven't already shared, but just wanted to extend my condolences to you.

    I lost my horse to a freak pasture accident two and a half years ago. Like you, I...
  7. I had this exact same experience with a horse...

    I had this exact same experience with a horse over the summer. My horse scraped his heels on both hinds. Wasn't really bad, but it's such a tough area to heal since it constantly moves and is so...
  8. Personally, I would never purchase a horse...

    Personally, I would never purchase a horse without at least X-rays of the fronts. Just so many variables!!
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    I ended up getting the uniprim powder. It was...

    I ended up getting the uniprim powder. It was just such a headache. I will say that of all the concoctions I tried, what ended up working best was cutting the pills in half and mixing in his feed...
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    This makes a lot of sense, actually! They do...

    This makes a lot of sense, actually! They do seem to bloat a lot when I dissolve them, which makes it so much harder to give them. Thanks!
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    I've not tried dissolving it and pouring it over...

    I've not tried dissolving it and pouring it over the feed. I have crushed his tablets and put them on his feed but he left more than half of it uneaten. After I tasted how horribly bitter they are,...
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    SMZ tablets--need ideas!

    I know there are a million threads on here concerning horses taking smz tablets. I've read through a great many of them but I'm still baffled. I have a horse that has to take 17 tablets 2x per day....
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    Slow feeding hay options

    Looking for an inexpensive option to put in my stalls to make the hay last longer during the day. Ideas?
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    winter turnout blanket care

    I have a couple Weatherbeeta winter turnout blankets that I need to wash and store. I know not to use regular detergent, but can I use anything else I can easily get my hands on, or do I really need...
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    I don't know much about what they offer...

    I don't know much about what they offer specifically, but I do think its one I'd check out if I were looking in that area. I think you'll find a more adult oriented facility for sure. I'd give them...
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    Have you looked at Torihope Farm?

    Have you looked at Torihope Farm?
  17. Something to help toughen the sole would be good...

    Something to help toughen the sole would be good as she transitions. Paint her soles with venice turpentine...or sometimes vets will mix a concoction of hoof paint containing venice turpentine and...
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    I don't own a ring, and have staked out a...

    I don't own a ring, and have staked out a dressage size ring in my yard. Yes, it's very slippery when the grass is wet! I try not to ride on it when it's wet!
  19. I use Google Sites for my classroom website. All...

    I use Google Sites for my classroom website. All you need is a Gmail account. Very easy once you get the hang of it...there are tons of youtube tutorials out there with lots of great ideas! ...
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    It's about 2.5 hours. It doesn't take me...

    It's about 2.5 hours.

    It doesn't take me long to get there so I don't feel compelled to take 5+ hour rides. :-) This ride is gorgeous in the springtime when the rhodo's are in bloom. I've...
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    My favorite loop there is to head out to Key's...

    My favorite loop there is to head out to Key's Cabin, then get onto Rhodo Gap, then Tricky Creek, then Daniel's Pass, then Daniel Boone (where we head up to the picnic area, stop for a bit, and then...
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    Newt, feel free to PM me before you come this...

    Newt, feel free to PM me before you come this way. I'd be happy to map out some good 2-3 hour rides for you. I am not an 'extreme' trail rider and I stick to the easier stuff there. When you look...
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    I ride there a lot. There are campsites but...

    I ride there a lot. There are campsites but horses are not in the campsites. The nicest camping sites are across from the main barn, where the horse stalls are rented. They do have a few paddocks...
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    Wood Chewing

    What product do you recommend for wood fences to inhibit chewing? I know that nothing is likely going to work 100%, but I've got to try something before these beavers, er, horses, chew their way to...
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    My hot head needs consistency. It takes him...

    My hot head needs consistency. It takes him forever to adjust to any sort of change, but once he's had ample time (for him) to get comfortable he settles down some. He needs predictable routine for...
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