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    Eric Lamaze's new mount 7 y/o Houston by...

    Eric Lamaze's new mount 7 y/o Houston by Heartbreaker coming to N/A!
  2. Thread: Groin pull

    by huntcup
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    I needed a solid 4 months off. Doctor and PT...

    I needed a solid 4 months off. Doctor and PT both said groin needs regular daily light use and stretching or else rehab regresses. I thought the agony was with me for life but all of a sudden it...
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    Oh boy have I been in your shoes! Yes to the...

    Oh boy have I been in your shoes!

    Yes to the above wise comments. Try hand walking him over a single pole, make sure you're looking ahead, not at him and moving with intent as you cross. He...
  4. Thread: RIP Ralando II

    by huntcup
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    A beautiful stallion, such form over the jumps. ...

    A beautiful stallion, such form over the jumps. A great long career, was loved and he will be missed.
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    i say this without extensive studying of...

    i say this without extensive studying of temperament, past foals, lineage, conformation and qualities of your mares, so caution:

    Cabardino being a sabino can give you chrome. I had a liver...
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    Yes, they regularly inspect and approve JC reg TB...

    Yes, they regularly inspect and approve JC reg TB mares that meet the required scores.

    The AHHA office is extremely amenable in helping JC mare owners understand the process.
  7. Can't help the suspense. Foxcreek, how did these...

    Can't help the suspense. Foxcreek, how did these Totilas foals turn out and are your mares now safe and sound?

    many thanks.
  8. Yes, I expect a better deal from an auction...

    Yes, I expect a better deal from an auction because it is buying with greater risk than trying a horse out for 3 rides at a trainers barn.

    Some of the verbage regarding a reserve price is unclear....
  9. Had you not performed the surgery, I wouldn't be...

    Had you not performed the surgery, I wouldn't be interested as a buyer at any price. Someone might use this to drive down the price but as I've been told, its pretty much a non-issue. Maybe others...
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    I know a few who have chosen to rebreed to him,...

    I know a few who have chosen to rebreed to him, two for hunters and one for an all arounder/older ammy dressage mount. The offspring is built sturdy and handsome from the small sample of the half...
  11. I wonder if what you're seeing isn't the result...

    I wonder if what you're seeing isn't the result of a top rider gunning him hard spurring to the jumps, or perhaps you may be correct, the possible hot nature of the horse. I'm truly curious about...
  12. I would ask around about Contefino, since he's a...

    I would ask around about Contefino, since he's a lovely grey jumper, taller than your mare and checks your Contender box. I have seen a very nice dressage mare by him and have heard he moves well. ...
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    With complete respect to OP, yes the horse in...

    With complete respect to OP, yes the horse in question appears to be a deal and difficult to reproduce at that price at home. But I continue to see mistakes made at home that keep us in the #2...
  14. Can someone please post East coast results? ...

    Can someone please post East coast results? Thanks.
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    Could you be referring to Arbor Day by Aloha?

    Could you be referring to Arbor Day by Aloha?
  16. Engage your brain a bit and look to see if you're...

    Engage your brain a bit and look to see if you're entering the ring with a green rider or green horse? If so, best to politely wait outside. Crowded ring? Fast jumpers jumping big? Same.
    Feel...
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    My vet used it two years ago when front...

    My vet used it two years ago when front suspensory tore away a small bone fragment. IIRC not more than $250 and was not involved and insurance covered it. I was told it stimulated bone healing.
    ...
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    We all have our own distinct likes and dislikes,...

    We all have our own distinct likes and dislikes, and kudos to those who choose Holsteiners and cheers to those who love the TB's. We don't need or want an equine monoculture so the other thread...
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    L'Oreal, because he's worth it.

    L'Oreal, because he's worth it.
  20. Equi Fit Gel Bands, made exactly for this reason....

    Equi Fit Gel Bands, made exactly for this reason. Smartpak carries them. $25.00
    Cut one in half and you have enough for both knees.
    They work like a dream, far better than moleskin.
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    Look inside your boot and there will be a...

    Look inside your boot and there will be a reference number, most likely under your name. Vogel will compare your new measurement to your old to see if there are extreme variances. The system works,...
  22. No experience here, but I have heard that Catoki...

    No experience here, but I have heard that Catoki can refine and throw hunters. Would love to know more.
  23. My experience: A primary job outside of horses...

    My experience: A primary job outside of horses typically won't allow you the time it requires to run a breeding operation.

    You can breed the absolute best but people seem to forget the necessity...
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    Her dam Slewita was inspected and approved...

    Her dam Slewita was inspected and approved Holsteiner in '13, related to Sally Cousin's Rolex mount Tsunami (Sue) through dam's sire Tsunami Slew.

    Tsunami Slew also sired the mare Good Karma,...
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    Limited funds are always a perceived factor for...

    Limited funds are always a perceived factor for everyone at every level.

    Even when we outsiders looking in believe otherwise. I deal with a princess daughter of King Midas and she perceives she...
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