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    I used to do foal watch for Shamrock Farms in...

    I used to do foal watch for Shamrock Farms in Woodbine, MD. It's right on 94, just west of 26. I would bet that they still accept outside mares for foaling.
  2. I have for pigs, and it's pretty common. It...

    I have for pigs, and it's pretty common. It works pretty good as long as you don't point it at a full bladder. That's the biggest problem with it- it just looks for fluid so it doesn't distinguish...
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    This her? ...

    This her?
    http://edmonton.canadianlisted.com/animals/gorgeous-german-regd-hanoverian-mare_260167.html

    ETA: Must not be, she only has 2 whites, not 3. Do you know Wow's breeding by any chance?
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    How has supplementing vitamin E dramatically...

    How has supplementing vitamin E dramatically increased selenium levels? How are you monitoring your selenium levels in your horses?
  5. My experience is that absolutely anything goes...

    My experience is that absolutely anything goes with maidens. Sorry I can't help more than that. Good luck!
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    Kudos Grataan!

    I'm usually a lurker, but as a former animal science graduate student I also had to add my $0.02. In addition to Grataan's comments above, this is the University of Guelph that we're talking about. ...
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    Zebras are indeed known for being unreliable and...

    Zebras are indeed known for being unreliable and I would not envy having to collect them Kathy. Ugh! The zonkey I hear is just like dealing with the zebra and is believed to be sterile although, as...
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    It could certainly fit to be an Orlov-Rostopchin...

    It could certainly fit to be an Orlov-Rostopchin Kathy.

    Horses of breeds currently used at the Starohilovsky stud farm in Russia, or stock historically used to create the Orlov-Rostopchin...
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    I don't think there is anything you can do about...

    I don't think there is anything you can do about it now. It was up to them whether they accepted her as a friend. You might want to reconsider your Facebook privacy settings though. You can...
  10. Thread: WSTR (Tevis)

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    I'm a bit of a lurker, but I was paying attention...

    I'm a bit of a lurker, but I was paying attention to the Tevis coverage. I went out to the ROC and crewed for the Crandells in South Dakota 10- 15 years ago. Man that makes me feel old. I'm just...
  11. Just curious, does he have Apollon somewhere back...

    Just curious, does he have Apollon somewhere back in his pedigree, or is he bringing in new bloodlines?
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    The grazing muzzle shouldn't restrict air flow...

    The grazing muzzle shouldn't restrict air flow with the heat. What I've seen are just round wire grids of sorts that just keep them from eating so much.

    I know that you can have lactation...
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    My passion is simply for the horse. I'm...

    My passion is simply for the horse. I'm finishing up a Ph.D. right now so I don't have one, but I will. I had a myriad of mutts, Morgans, OTTBs, Belgian crosses, ASBs- basically whatever anyone...
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    And boy was Teddy the definition of that need! ...

    And boy was Teddy the definition of that need! Nobody could ever be better! :D Kudos for sticking to your guns, PWynn!
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    Ticking

    Love all the pictures! I have no idea what the genetics are on ticking in horses. I breed Australian Shepherds and ticking is a dominant color pattern and isn't really desired in the show type...
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    scores

    http://www.usdf.org/scorecheck/ScoreCheckResults.asp?NumberPass=1029235

    Webpage: http://www.mysticoakranch.com/ourstallions/lshcadenceincolor.html
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    A non-horse story... Apparently there used to...

    A non-horse story...

    Apparently there used to be a Holstein bull here at Virginia Tech's dairy barn that always used a tiger print cover to the AV when he was collected. He wouldn't collect at...
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    I heard that Buck was taking over the ride of...

    I heard that Buck was taking over the ride of Cruise Lion to keep him fit and pointed towards WEG so that Bruce, once recovered from surgery, could take him to WEG.
  19. One older post with Kathy's comments-...

    One older post with Kathy's comments- http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?t=218022&highlight=cryptorchid

    Will see if I can find others, I know they're out there!
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    :confused: For those of us that have no idea,...

    :confused: For those of us that have no idea, how do you come up with that??
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    I agree with DC! I would most definitely hold...

    I agree with DC! I would most definitely hold off on going to any event until you have a chance to school somewhere with a real water obstacle- not just a flooded area of a course/arena, etc. I...
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    Couldn't say it better myself- use the double...

    Couldn't say it better myself- use the double reins.
  23. Great topic. I've already read a lot of Dick...

    Great topic. I've already read a lot of Dick Francis' books so now I have some new ones to try! Keep the recommendations coming! :-)
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    I had always used the glycerin bar but switched...

    I had always used the glycerin bar but switched to Leather New and really liked it until I got rid of all of my tack and quit riding :-( College beckoned anyways!

    Maybe one day I'll get back...
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    Craigslist is part luck and a crapshoot. Part of...

    Craigslist is part luck and a crapshoot. Part of me thinks that if you list your stuff on CL you're going to get calls at weird times. It's one of the things you sign on for. I would widen your...
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