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    Yes it could very well be a horse bite without...

    Yes it could very well be a horse bite without teeth marks. That would be my first guess since your horse is not on solo turnout.
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    How long has it been? I've had a few go away...

    How long has it been? I've had a few go away (rubbing with Surpass can help a bit too) but it has happened very slowly and gradually. If it's cold and the horse isn't sore you should be able to...
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    We've had two-- a mother and a daughter-- who...

    We've had two-- a mother and a daughter-- who died very suddenly of what appeared to be heart failure. The daughter had health issues including a blood clot, but was healthy for several years before...
  4. It depends a lot on your budget, but for me,...

    It depends a lot on your budget, but for me, either a nice normal trophy, an engraved picture frame, or a fitted cooler/ blanket/ quarter sheet in the size of my choice would all be good prizes. I...
  5. Thread: Math riddles

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    20 pigs= $60 20 chickens =$10 3 cows=$30 ...

    20 pigs= $60
    20 chickens =$10
    3 cows=$30


    ...and I misread the 100 animals part. I though that seemed too easy!
  6. Your judges stand? Ours are mostly in cars so...

    Your judges stand? Ours are mostly in cars so there is no way.
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    I think if you want to keep the foal and are...

    I think if you want to keep the foal and are legally covered, I would reimburse the person who leased her for the booking/ collection fees as well as paying the stud fee.
  8. Thread: Math riddles

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    29 and 2?

    29 and 2?
  9. The Micklem bridles don't.

    The Micklem bridles don't.
  10. I find hearts the easiest :) Otherwise I usually...

    I find hearts the easiest :) Otherwise I usually do initials or something related to the horse's name-- Apollo got a rocket, for example. What's your horse's name?
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    This is my understanding as well. For example I...

    This is my understanding as well. For example I have never been asked to sign a release for a horse show picture used in a magazine. But wow I would think what you would charge could vary greatly...
  12. Having seen it from both sides, the problem is...

    Having seen it from both sides, the problem is not so much that the volunteer parents are evil as that they are not horsey and don't really understand the reasons why things are done (and which...
  13. Yeah I'm not blaming the pinny holder for that...

    Yeah I'm not blaming the pinny holder for that one. Just warning the op.
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    I've never seen rhodococcus not present with...

    I've never seen rhodococcus not present with upper respiratory symptoms, or have lameness as a symptom. The cases I've seen started off as a snotty nose/ cough that just did not clear up.

    OP,...
  15. I do think it's educational for the horse to haul...

    I do think it's educational for the horse to haul out. My trainer teaches at a number of different facilities each week and I'm lucky enough to be roughly in the middle of the area geographically,...
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    The heavier types are excellent weight carriers,...

    The heavier types are excellent weight carriers, and can be ridden/ started by a small adult. Olney Farm specializes in this kind and would be a good source for more information: ...
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    Same thing you did. In an ideal world you could...

    Same thing you did. In an ideal world you could come back to change blankets after a couple of hours, but sometimes that's not possible.
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    I think that's pretty much it!

    I think that's pretty much it!
  19. I think it's unlikely he'll be suitable for the...

    I think it's unlikely he'll be suitable for the average nine year old even with professional training (maybe in 5 years). If the breeder can't or won't take him back I would cut your losses and give...
  20. My current guy I bought from his breeder, who is...

    My current guy I bought from his breeder, who is not on FB, so I'm going to send her a Christmas card with some pictures. Probably a late Christmas card at this rate, because I haven't started...
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    There is a difference between treating a health...

    There is a difference between treating a health issue with the result that the horse becomes more comfortable / happier and treating a behavior or training issue with a supplement that is designed to...
  22. I have the Shires one, which I like a lot (seems...

    I have the Shires one, which I like a lot (seems to be much better made than most of the others) except that I have to fold the number a bit to get it in, which is a PITA.

    I started out with the...
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    My family has had several vehicles over the years...

    My family has had several vehicles over the years without a working one, and just gotten by by being religious about zeroing the trip odometer. I believe if you keep a Garmin plugged in, it will...
  24. I think the bottom line is that I would be very...

    I think the bottom line is that I would be very careful whatever your personal opinion, not to tell someone they should not feel the way they feel about this situation.
  25. Sounds good to me- both in dressage and show...

    Sounds good to me- both in dressage and show jumping jumping.
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