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  1. You may also want to change his heart worm...

    You may also want to change his heart worm preventative to Sentinel, to deworm for whips, since you likely have environmental contamination. Their eggs are tough and can survive in the environment...
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    Steroids suppress the immune system. It may be...

    Steroids suppress the immune system. It may be possible that he had the start of a skin infection and it went wild when given steroids.

    Or maybe it's just bad luck. Or from the hives.

    Steroids...
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    Very rough ride. I'd like to know why she was...

    Very rough ride. I'd like to know why she was pushing so hard if the horse already had a stop and multiple ugly fences. And why that ride was considered more acceptable than the one by Megan Heath.
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  4. I think if he is starting to appear stiff/lame...

    I think if he is starting to appear stiff/lame enough for the judge to comment, you should probably try re-injecting his hocks and see what happens, unless you are 100% sure it is mechanical. I also...
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    Lilly, I bet Buck came out of the start box with...

    Lilly, I bet Buck came out of the start box with more pace than he would have if he had been later in the day. Not real fair to compare the exhaustion of his horse to those other riders you...
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    Buck was also first to go, and didn't have the...

    Buck was also first to go, and didn't have the luxury of watching previous rides to know not to go for time. The first few on course had issues, it wasn't until later that riders started ignoring the...
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    I seem to remember a Badminton (or maybe...

    I seem to remember a Badminton (or maybe Burghley) that was very dry. A lot of the Brits were withdrawing because the ground was considered way too hard. The Americans competing, however, were pretty...
  8. There are water-to-water questions at training...

    There are water-to-water questions at training now.
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    Were the times a random draw?

    Were the times a random draw?
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    I believe it was an allergy issue with Tate, that...

    I believe it was an allergy issue with Tate, that was normally controlled but something had recently changed in his management. She did not notify the selectors, so they assumed it was not a health...
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    OK, maybe I'm stupid, but if it starts at 2:10am...

    OK, maybe I'm stupid, but if it starts at 2:10am EST, that's 8:10am in France. Yes? And isn't that the time it starts? How is this a 6 hour delay?
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    I believe FEI tv only shows FEI competitions....

    I believe FEI tv only shows FEI competitions. There's quite a bit of show jumping on there. But it's all online. I seriously doubt HRTV has the same coverage of the English disciplines as FEI tv, but...
  13. I'm not sure I would say malocclusion for sure…...

    I'm not sure I would say malocclusion for sure… but points, etc could certainly be causing the problem. It's quite difficult to do a thorough exam and float without sedation. Actually, the equine...
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    I've had biting flies keep up with me during...

    I've had biting flies keep up with me during gallop sets. And I'm in North Carolina, so maybe we just have really bad flies! It's even worse when schooling dressage. So while I don't use them, I...
  15. Feel terrible for whoever is getting bumped off...

    Feel terrible for whoever is getting bumped off the team so he can take their place. I won't be feeling too upset if this kid pulls a few rails.
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    Sam withdrawn from WEG

    Sounds like a possible hoof abscess? Such bad timing. Very sad I won't get to watch him but I bet there are a lot of eventers breathing a sigh of relief.
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    Bought FEI tv yesterday for $15, so apparently...

    Bought FEI tv yesterday for $15, so apparently they just increased the price.

    Does anyone know if they will record and show the entire coverage if you can't watch it live? Or are you stuck with...
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    Does the fact that she's been riding the horse at...

    Does the fact that she's been riding the horse at that level longer really matter if the underlying issue is that her horse can't handle atmosphere, and Verdades can?
  19. So where do you draw the line? You can put herbs...

    So where do you draw the line? You can put herbs that have the same active ingredient as reserpine in a supplement. Is the reserpine worse because it is made by a pharmaceutical company and not...
  20. I agree, and it would be nice if the FEI would...

    I agree, and it would be nice if the FEI would come out and say it if that is the case. There is a lot of use of Perfect Prep in hunter land (which I know is not FEI), which is IMO violating the...
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    I'm also very bad about nit-picking. I find it...

    I'm also very bad about nit-picking. I find it helps if I focus on feel. Am I balanced and relaxed? Is my horse balanced and relaxed? Is my canter good enough to jump out of (rhythm, pace, balance)?...
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    I have not heard of it done. Honestly, I would...

    I have not heard of it done. Honestly, I would not expect much of a result even if you improve the joint fluid, since HA is not going to significantly decrease the inflammation and the resulting...
  23. The most important thing is a limited ingredient...

    The most important thing is a limited ingredient diet. Over-the-counter foods can be tried, but prescription foods are ideal because the company goes to great lengths to make sure there is no residue...
  24. Reading about the second episode sounded to me...

    Reading about the second episode sounded to me like tying up. If you have a cell phone on you, maybe take a video for the vet next time? And have blood pulled to measure CK and AST.
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    Protein levels depend on the work. 10% protein is...

    Protein levels depend on the work. 10% protein is usually fine for horses that aren't working.

    However, 10-14% protein feeds generally recommend feeding several pounds per day to meet dietary...
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