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    Wow, she looks great considering what happened to...

    Wow, she looks great considering what happened to her!!
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    What sort of studies back up what Dr. Brooks...

    What sort of studies back up what Dr. Brooks wrote? Injuries? protocol? Often people with take 1 or 2 studies that suggest something and start quoting it as gospel.

    My horses must not have read...
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    1) I doubt that the film is actually fully tear...

    1) I doubt that the film is actually fully tear proof since it's thin when it goes on, and the combination of tearing and the friction of blinking will probably break the film up in places and 2) the...
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    The article doesn't really say much,...

    The article doesn't really say much, unfortunately, but I don't think it's saying that ointment is bad.

    Ointment isn't going to stop the eye from tearing, and it stays put better. I think only in...
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    The modern type IS short-backed. Totilas doesn't...

    The modern type IS short-backed. Totilas doesn't have short legs either. He looks nothing like a pony or old school type. :confused:

    "Well-proportioned" would be the best way to describe him.
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    Could be mold blooming. If there's been any...

    Could be mold blooming. If there's been any warm-up in the weather at all, and especially if you have a damp basement or crawlspace, that could be the case. Likely you will not be able to actually...
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    PalominoMorgan, I am sorry you are hurting so...

    PalominoMorgan, I am sorry you are hurting so much. :(
  8. Thread: Sheath tricks

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    She'll let you know. If you starts rubbing her...

    She'll let you know. If you starts rubbing her tail check to see if her udder is clean. Some mares' udders stay very clean, while others get dirty and very itchy.
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    sadlmakr, I have been talking to my doctor, the...

    sadlmakr,
    I have been talking to my doctor, the assembly line see you once a month for a $90 15 minute appt, whether I need it or not. <sarcasm> I've been seeing him for 8 months. I just don't think...
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    Can I vent a little more?

    Worked in the yard yesterday afternoon and am struggling a bit to finish what I started yesterday. Then to grocery store and feed horses. What would normally be a slight strain in my upper back is...
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    Love the photo of the chesnut

    ridden by Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfven at the Palm Beach Dressage Derby. Just a really lovely picture.
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    I'm sorry so many others are struggling too, but...

    I'm sorry so many others are struggling too, but it helps to know we're not alone. That's great that a couple of you have found solutions!

    It's time to try the MAOIs, even with the dietary...
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    Anyone else just tired?

    Probably not the best way to start posting here, but this forum caught my eye.

    I have not ridden in 10 months.

    I have not been in a terrible horse-related crash, or any kind of horse-related...
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