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    Which makes me think the problem the original...

    Which makes me think the problem the original author is complaining about isn't breedism at all, but the standards hunters are judged by!
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    This is a question I had thought of posting as well. I have a 19 year old gelding who has been semi-retired after a career up to I-1 level dressage. No recent injury, ridden occasionally. The...
  3. Dread - if I've gotten that far, I really want...

    Dread - if I've gotten that far, I really want the horse!
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    Wow, don't see any ignorance in vandenbrinks...

    Wow, don't see any ignorance in vandenbrinks post. TB's are bred for racing, again with some exceptions. Most will not have the higher neckset, and hind end conformation that is ideal for dressage....
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    Had the problem of the back of my saddle shifting...

    Had the problem of the back of my saddle shifting to R on my very round backed boy. Fitter finally pulled all flocking out and reflocked. It didn't work. The loaner saddle I had did not shift. ...
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    I like My Pony Sunblock - its a powder that seems...

    I like My Pony Sunblock - its a powder that seems to stay on longer then other things I tried.
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    Zipperfoot, look in the mirror. Cumano adds very...

    Zipperfoot, look in the mirror. Cumano adds very thoughtful posts IMHO. Cumano very carefully stated that these traits have evolved, as opposed to changed "dramatically". I see no contradiction. ...
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    Chinese herbs. Only!

    Chinese herbs. Only!
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    Posted by GAP. I'll see your biology degree and...

    Posted by GAP. I'll see your biology degree and raise you a Ph.D in genetics. I have also bred 7 foals and from the above I know two things with certainty: 1) I am FAR from an expert in horse...
  10. Thread: Dam lines

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    Just a brief correction, they do have mDNA. It...

    Just a brief correction, they do have mDNA. It is their dam's mDNA.
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    Breeding is so much more then just the...

    Breeding is so much more then just the chromosomes/genes. (This coming from a Ph.D in genetics :lol:). There clearly is an art to it as well, as many top breeders have demonstrated. The...
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    A question for breeding experts. How often do...

    A question for breeding experts. How often do you see breeders doubling up on a damline? We often see this with stallions (for a dressage example, many horses have Donnerhall appearing several...
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    Wow, some unbelievable attitude here! I care...

    Wow, some unbelievable attitude here! I care very much about the breeders - thats where I hope to find my future top quality horses! I have had OTTB's in the past, nice horses but couldn't hold a...
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    Agree NO TROPHIES. Hate clutter in my house. ...

    Agree NO TROPHIES. Hate clutter in my house. Love quality saddle pads - but as with many other items, size is a problem. Not all of us ride 18 hand monsters, large saddle pads swallow up my horses...
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    A friend wore one every ride - including regional...

    A friend wore one every ride - including regional championships. Not a problem at all.
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    I also don't want to be disrespectful of any...

    I also don't want to be disrespectful of any breed, but I am very interested in what the breeders and the riders of top horses say. I've also been in this sport for MANY years. I bred my first in...
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    Out of curiosity, has anyone looked at the...

    Out of curiosity, has anyone looked at the breeding of the horses that have had the "fatal" falls?
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    Just got my Fairfax after trying TSF, County...

    Just got my Fairfax after trying TSF, County Logic, Ovation, and a few others. While not miraculous, it is by far the best I've tried. Just a word of warning, my mare had been in a 26, so I ordered...
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    I was told I could start riding my horse...

    I was told I could start riding my horse virtually immediately after enucleation. He did fine. My knee, however, did not. We bumped the arena fence on his now blind side. I now know I have to be...
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    I have a wonderful 19 year old who is happy,...

    I have a wonderful 19 year old who is happy, healthy and sound. We got to the point where he was not enjoying higher level dressage (I-1), I briefly free leased to a friend for lower level dressage...
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    Nevada member of CDS. We call CDS recognized...

    Nevada member of CDS. We call CDS recognized shows *, as opposed to *** for CDS, USDF, USEF shows. At least around here, when we have a * show we always get a "S" judge, scores count for CDS...
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    All animals that we selectively breed will not...

    All animals that we selectively breed will not truly stabilize. We provide strong selection bias, and the environment provides some selection bias as well.
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    Very interesting question. Is the population...

    Very interesting question. Is the population reverting, and if so why? Again, talking about the population as a whole is different than discussing individuals. Also there is a difference between...
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    I probably should have used a population example...

    I probably should have used a population example in my above post, not an individual example. If the population contains as a whole 10% blood, then unless there is selection bias against blood,or...
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    Not a math major, nor a jumper breeder but: If...

    Not a math major, nor a jumper breeder but: If you breed two horses with a certain percent blood, say 25% each, then the resulting foal will also be 25% blood. So it seems to me, you don't have to...
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