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  1. Mare (Angel) isn't supposed to have alfalfa. I...

    Mare (Angel) isn't supposed to have alfalfa. I suppose maybe she could have a small amount but Vet said not to feed her alfalfa- her main food is grass hay. I used to feed her ultium but the vet...
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    I wish someone would invent a solar powered fan...

    I wish someone would invent a solar powered fan that doesn't break the bank and works great.
  3. Thanks all for all the info re senior feeds. ...

    Thanks all for all the info re senior feeds. I'll see what we can find that is good for our horses.
  4. Yes we do. It's been open less than one month. ...

    Yes we do. It's been open less than one month. There is one in Bakersfield but this one is of course much more convenient.
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    Perfectly valid. And it is perfectly valid for...

    Perfectly valid. And it is perfectly valid for Jackie to want to have her keys and wallet. I also believe that it is a good idea to have health info on us when we ride. I use a road ID.
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    I also vote for pockets. And I'm seconding my...

    I also vote for pockets. And I'm seconding my gusseted crotch suggestion- and how about a thin fleece lining for the crotch area? And how about material that is thick enough/loose enough to not...
  7. Thanks for the input. Both horses have grass hay...

    Thanks for the input. Both horses have grass hay 24/7 from a slow feeder. This is because Angel, my mare, can only eat grass hay. Stoli, Mr. Mukluk's gelding is a harder keeper, he can eat alfalfa...
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    Make breeches with a gusseted crotch!!!! No...

    Make breeches with a gusseted crotch!!!! No seams where I don't want them that would be so comfy. I really don't know why no one does this (except it would be a little more expensive).

    Also I...
  9. Differences between various senior feeds. ex Purina vs DuMor

    Food for two OTTBs to increase weight. They usually get Purina Senior at 21.49 for 50#. TSC has DuMor Sr horse for $17.99 also I think for 50#. If there is no difference, I would go with the...
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    Mine is a red plastic one from TSC. I think the...

    Mine is a red plastic one from TSC. I think the old one lasted about a year but then it started breaking. It was "borrowed" fairly frequently in a boarding situation. I just bought the same one...
  11. What a wonderful article!!! Love those Chestnut...

    What a wonderful article!!! Love those Chestnut OTTB mares!!!! Way to go supershorty!!!
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    Wow!!!! I am afraid I am just too cheap for...

    Wow!!!! I am afraid I am just too cheap for that. Maybe they could be my sponsor and send me lots of fancy poop forks. I promise to talk them up where ever I go!!!
  13. Thread: Ticks

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    I hate ticks!!!! My girl is very sensitive to...

    I hate ticks!!!! My girl is very sensitive to them. Any advice for keeping them at bay would be greatly appreciated. Any sprays or feed through stuff that works?
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    Well if they can send a man to the moon, can't...

    Well if they can send a man to the moon, can't they make a strong light weight poop fork? Perhaps carbon fiber or titanium?
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    She is so annoying. I couldn't even get through...

    She is so annoying. I couldn't even get through it and I'm patient.
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    Metal basket style poop fork?

    All I can find are the plastic ones and they eventually break. So any one know where I could get a metal one?
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    Hi Rugbug. I'm still working in SLO but the...

    Hi Rugbug. I'm still working in SLO but the horses now live in the mountains (and I do on weekends SA, SU, M). They had their first appt with new shoer and I noticed that shoe was set slightly back...
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    Horse shoeing question.

    When a horse is shod should the hoof be perfectly even with the shoe in the front of the hoof? Is there ever a reason to set the shoe slightly back from the front of the hoof? Just curious. ...
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    More subjectively than objectively?

    More subjectively than objectively?
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    We have two at present. One is an age unknown TB...

    We have two at present. One is an age unknown TB (probably getting close to 20) still sound. Ex show horse (pebble beach). He is a hard keeper. If we can't provide him a forever home after he is...
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    I have worn contacts for 34 years now. I much...

    I have worn contacts for 34 years now. I much prefer them to glasses as you have peripheral vision with them. I wear/have worn them for backpacking, surfing, kayaking, horse activities, gymnastics,...
  22. I'll play. This is a tough time right now. My...

    I'll play. This is a tough time right now. My horse lives at home but I work T -Fr 200 miles away. Mr. Mukluk takes care of her basic needs (food, water, poop clean up, carrots). At present I can...
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    Ting Tang Walla Walla Bing Bang:D

    Ting Tang
    Walla Walla
    Bing Bang:D
  24. GREAT BIG JINGLES FOR COTTON FROM CA!!!!! AND...

    GREAT BIG JINGLES FOR COTTON FROM CA!!!!!
    AND HUGS TO YOU!!!!
    I am hoping for the best. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
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    i don't like the look of a pulled tail. I would...

    i don't like the look of a pulled tail. I would either braid or wet it down and wrap it (and then unwrap before going in the arena).
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