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    http://www.twincreekfarmllc.com/ Woodsboro,...

    http://www.twincreekfarmllc.com/ Woodsboro, MD. They sell by the ton and will do deliveries. Their small bales are very big, just so you know. High quality hay farming operation.

    I highly...
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    Please do not dally a rope around the horn of...

    Please do not dally a rope around the horn of your saddle, very hazardous. When ponying another horse use the right equipment to be able to control that horse. This can be a nylon or leather halter...
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    Paddle hair brush with ball-tipped nylon pins....

    Paddle hair brush with ball-tipped nylon pins. It's a hair brush with the nylon pins set into a rubber backing. Made for people but horsrs love them. It works marvelously as a curry because the nylon...
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    I mistakenly purchased on of these turnouts from...

    I mistakenly purchased on of these turnouts from Schneiders for an Arabian:

    http://www.sstack.com/horse-blankets-and-sheets_waterproof-turnout-blankets_fitted-cutback-neck/

    The neck opening was...
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    Also find out if the BM has increased her feed....

    Also find out if the BM has increased her feed. Often horse owners are not told about feed changes made by barn personnel, Gasp! Shock!

    chicamuxen
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    My input to this thread is just be sure your...

    My input to this thread is just be sure your horse IS truly fine barefoot. I have ridden with a few people riding barefoot horses that swear up and down that their horses are never tender footed...
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    EventingLady, Most people posting here live...

    EventingLady,

    Most people posting here live elsewhere, not in California. So they don't know hat it is like to live in a state where most hay is brought it from else where and the hay cost are...
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    if you want to have slow feeding and large...

    if you want to have slow feeding and large capacity so you don't have a horse running out of hay; I suggest the Shires HORSE size small mesh hay net.
    Hay BAGS just do not hold enough to last thru a...
  9. Davidyauch.com He is located in the culpepper...

    Davidyauch.com

    He is located in the culpepper area. He would be just the right person to help with this type of issue, quick to respond, reasonable prices, willing to travel.

    Chicamuxen
  10. You didn't say if you have had the same farrier...

    You didn't say if you have had the same farrier for years or changed farriers sometime in the last year. Have you had a farrier change????

    Chicamuxen
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    Western Hemlock trees are native to the PNW....

    Western Hemlock trees are native to the PNW. Eastern Hemlock is native to the NE. Hemlock trees are unrelated to Poison Hemlock which is a herbaceous type of plant. The lumber is not poisonous. It is...
  12. Your rig is most likely in the 35' range unless...

    Your rig is most likely in the 35' range unless you have an uber big dressing room.

    chicamuxen
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    You didn't say Where you live. Do you own a...

    You didn't say Where you live. Do you own a truck/trailer? What about paying for arena use and hauling him to that barn 2-3 times a week for arena riding?

    Low quantities of hay is just plain bad...
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    You might want to put her on the Animed...

    You might want to put her on the Animed supplement " Remission". It has excellent amounts of magnesium and chromium which are known to be beneficial to IR and Cushings horses. This is linked to the...
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    Did your vet tell you to lunge your horse?...

    Did your vet tell you to lunge your horse? Lunging is the worst thing for stifles. It can cause stifle issues for a sound horse!

    I've had three horses with stifle injuries. Yes, they needed very...
  16. Hellooooooo...... Why would you think that a...

    Hellooooooo...... Why would you think that a horse would be perfect for a complete stranger???? Think about this from the horse's side of things. Having a complete stranger (who of course will ride...
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    Your trainer was probably taking about doing a...

    Your trainer was probably taking about doing a "Panacur Purge" which is just a double dose of Panacur dewormer per day for 5 days. Do a fecal check first via your vet and go on the vet's advice.
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    I have two bad knees, both have been operated on...

    I have two bad knees, both have been operated on to remove torn bits of cartilage and therexs just not a lot of cartilage left. You didn't say what is bad about your knees. Here is what Ihave...
  19. I have watched horse face plant into back door...

    I have watched horse face plant into back door when hauled loose in open stalls or stock trailers. Watched them get their faces stapled shut. Have seen horse fall down and sit down and the driver...
  20. I really believe in dividers in trailers. Of...

    I really believe in dividers in trailers. Of course you horse is struggling to stand up in a wide open stock trailer. Even with four legs, trying to be stable in an open box going down the road is...
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    This is just an idea but you might want to try...

    This is just an idea but you might want to try feeding a supplement that has helped a horse of mine that gets heavey. It has several ingredients that helps with the bodies reactions to breathing in...
  22. Thread: Weight Gain

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    I am boarding a friends horse that came to me...

    I am boarding a friends horse that came to me pretty underweight. The owner had started him on a high fat feed, Sentinel Performance LS so we stuck with that but he was getting silly and spooky when...
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    I tried several types and have settled on these...

    I tried several types and have settled on these for stall and run-in use:

    http://www.equestriancollections.com/product.asp?groupcode=SE00056

    Click on "size" and you will notice they sell...
  24. Stick with Sore No More. The typical liniment...

    Stick with Sore No More. The typical liniment only works at the skin and nose level. Gives you a tingle on your hands and smells strong, convinces you that you are doing something good for your...
  25. Talk with the other riders as a group before you...

    Talk with the other riders as a group before you all start and tell them you need their help to make this a safe, calm ride for your green horse. Ask them to not crowd your horse from behind, to...
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