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    No no no, I think y'all are missing parts of my...

    No no no, I think y'all are missing parts of my message. She's NOT willing to risk her life for horse exposure, and I'm not asking that she does. I'm just asking if anyone else has more current...
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    Severely Allergic to Horses

    A close friend is allergic to horses to the point where she can go into anaphylactic shock if she comes close to one. Seriously. She really loves horses & wants to be more involved with my horse...
  3. Definitely have your vet rule out any other hind...

    Definitely have your vet rule out any other hind end issues. Arthritis in the hocks can also translate into SI pain. You might need to address (ie -inject) an inflammation issue in the hocks as well...
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    Goats! I bought a bred female goat (doe) 12 yrs...

    Goats! I bought a bred female goat (doe) 12 yrs ago. She had triplets (but 1 kid died), so we had an instant companion herd! They're a large breed (Nubian X Boer) so they're almost like mini horses....
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    Sentinel LS has helped my spooky guy. He'll...

    Sentinel LS has helped my spooky guy. He'll always be spooky, but with the high fat diet, it's at least somewhat moderated. Also - make sure there's no alfalfa in his hay. I discovered that a small...
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    I tried Shen Calmer a couple of years ago with my...

    I tried Shen Calmer a couple of years ago with my 'hot' warmblood, who started jumping out of his skin after we moved south for a few months. He was on it for 2 months before I officially gave it up....
  7. A lot depends on the nature of your horse's...

    A lot depends on the nature of your horse's injury. Is there a core lesion? or is it just a 'thickening' of the ligament? My horse has been rehabbing his proximal suspensory injury (thickening - no...
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    Drugs for rehab turnout

    My horse is now in his 4th month of rehab for his suspensory injury. He doesn't have a tear, just a thickening. Anyway, he's been turned in a very small (like, 20x20') paddock at night, and has...
  9. Sounds like a quandary! Also sounds like you've...

    Sounds like a quandary! Also sounds like you've covered all the bases.... Well, you could always move north! But seriously, I feel for you. I've been walking my suspensory-rehab guy since October......
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    Check the previous postings for SI injections....

    Check the previous postings for SI injections. They have been very helpful for my horses with chronic recurring SI pain.
  11. You really need a vet to look at it and evaluate...

    You really need a vet to look at it and evaluate this....but I would venture to guess that, if he got the lump by rolling on a rock or something, he might just have some bruising that's causing...
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    Great idea ~ I ride alone 99% of the time. If I...

    Great idea ~ I ride alone 99% of the time. If I trailer someplace, I usually text the hubby. Or I leave a brief note on the kitchen counter. If I think of it.
  13. I've done both Denny camps (in Vt, & NC) and the...

    I've done both Denny camps (in Vt, & NC) and the GMHA adult camp (did that one a few years). I second the previous posting @ Denny's camps being mostly lower level riders/horses. Excellent...
  14. Alteringwego - what about hills? When do they get...

    Alteringwego - what about hills? When do they get introduced?
  15. Rehabbing torn Superficial Digital Flexor Tendon

    To make a long story short, my warmblood tore ('mild' tear) his SDFT in Oct. After a month of handwalking/stall rest, the ultrasound showed remarkable improvement. For the past month, we've been...
  16. My Rambo sheet only lasted 2 years before it...

    My Rambo sheet only lasted 2 years before it started soaking through. I never even washed it - just hosed it off - thinking that would make it last longer. For such an expensive sheet, I was very...
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    Sending you a PM :)

    Sending you a PM :)
  18. Don't go confusing canoes and rowboats! Canoes...

    Don't go confusing canoes and rowboats! Canoes have paddles. Rowboats have oars.
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    Okay, I'm NOT gloating... but am I the only...

    Okay, I'm NOT gloating... but am I the only person here who wants to start a wheat-free diet, but does NOT want to lose weight? Seriously, I'm a little under-weight, if anything, and I want to try...
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    Why feed beet pulp?

    Just wondering - what is the purpose of adding beet pulp to feed? It doesn't seem to have a lot of fat, but I've seen people add it for horses that need to put on weight. I've fed it, soaked, as a...
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    I've sold 3 saddles through Pelham Saddlery in...

    I've sold 3 saddles through Pelham Saddlery in NH. They all sold within a year, and I got better prices from them than I'd anticipated.
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    OMG, my chemistry class nightmares are coming to...

    OMG, my chemistry class nightmares are coming to life!
  23. If you're on Facebook, check out the Sandhills...

    If you're on Facebook, check out the Sandhills area Equestrians site. I've seen ads for people looking for boarders etc. Wouldn't hurt to friend them & let them know what you're looking for. It's a...
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    Gelding's too tightly bonded

    Now that I've gotten my 2 boys fit to the point where I want to start taking them to schooling shows/clinics together, I'm afraid to do so because I know that one of them will have a total meltdown...
  25. Depending on what type of hay you feed, giving...

    Depending on what type of hay you feed, giving the hay beforehand helps to get the 'digestive juices' flowing, and helps to raise the ph of the stomach (make it more alkaline). Which, in theory, is...
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