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  1. Agreed. Therapy implies that a medical...

    Agreed.
    Therapy implies that a medical professional such as a PT, OT (Hippotherapy) or Mental Health Professional (Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy) is involved and a medical model is followed....
  2. YES! I am currently rehabbling from a serious...

    YES! I am currently rehabbling from a serious illness followed by knee replacement surgery. Because the illness was long term, although I have great muscle memory, I have very little muscle tone and...
  3. Two years ago I was singing the same song. I...

    Two years ago I was singing the same song. I agree with those who say listen to the farriers on the board and change farriers.
    Additionally, add a grass balancer mineral. I added Buckeye minerals to...
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    I love the QH and have evented 5 of them, one...

    I love the QH and have evented 5 of them, one through prelim, two through Training (OT) and 2 at Novice. I have also competed numerous tbs, all OTTBs and several through prelim. I have to say that...
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    I have the same DonJoy that Joel R mentioned....

    I have the same DonJoy that Joel R mentioned. I've tried many and that gives me the most support without getting in the way of keeping my leg on the horse and my leg feels more secure in the stirrup....
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    Small hole hay nets will keep most of the hay off...

    Small hole hay nets will keep most of the hay off the ground (no pee and poop) and they can't gobble it down so it lasts longer. Nibble nets are nice but the rope nets with tiny holes work well and...
  7. Check his stifles. I've seen this happen when a...

    Check his stifles. I've seen this happen when a horse developed a stifle issue. Good luck.
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    My vet actually recommended covering the area...

    My vet actually recommended covering the area with cabbage leaves and then wrapping over and it did seem to help.
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    This does not answer your question but note this...

    This does not answer your question but note this thread on the Eventing foru,;
    All Thoroughbred Horse Show coming to Ocala Florida, December 2 , 2012
    All kind of classes offered.
  10. Interesting.

    Interesting.
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    I have some ironweed but also a nasty woody...

    I have some ironweed but also a nasty woody little plant with yellow flowers and a very strong root. Like the OP, I spent years pulling and mowing the stuff to no avail and would love to know how to...
  12. The Equine Inn. Tina has years of experience with...

    The Equine Inn. Tina has years of experience with broodmares and foaling out. It's a cool place and she lives onsite....
  13. Leena, I have followed your thread almost since...

    Leena,
    I have followed your thread almost since your first post but I rarely post on COTH and until now, have never posted here. Now, I feel I must make a comment.
    Your bravery and strength in the...
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    Second that.

    Second that.
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    I live in the same area as the OP and am so happy...

    I live in the same area as the OP and am so happy to have something to mow after the last 3 years of drought. You won't catch me complaining about anything but the opportunistic weeds that seem to be...
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    Congratulations. You cannot put a price on good...

    Congratulations. You cannot put a price on good emotional intelligence (self preservation during rehab) and HEART! What a great mare.
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    The baucher is not a leverage bit as there is no...

    The baucher is not a leverage bit as there is no lever. It does, as the Bit Bank states, lie very still, which is reassuring for many horses. The fixed cheek ring at the top causes the bit to be in...
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    Old @ 40???

    High Flyer,
    40 is NOT old. :) :no:At 40, you are still in the prime of life and have finally had enough experience to have good judgement and muscle memory if you've had good training and worked at...
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    For stalls you should try The Equine Inn. They...

    For stalls you should try The Equine Inn. They are close to HITS, Longwood and Horse and Hound.
    The barns are new, there is nice turnout and a covered ring, wash bays with hot and cold water and...
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    HC27 For my horse, the flares, or relapses, are...

    HC27
    For my horse, the flares, or relapses, are usually not nearly as severe. The year ater the initial snakebite was spent cleaning debris and goo from the weeping, cold hosing, medicating and...
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    Same experience. Snake bite, lymphangitis or...

    Same experience. Snake bite, lymphangitis or cellulitis, SMZs Bute, Banamine, other antibiotics, stem cell treatment, homeopathics and leg still swollen.
    Edema must be very painful, horse stands...
  22. Great American, Markel.

    Great American, Markel.
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    All three of my Anatolians have come to me...

    All three of my Anatolians have come to me between 1-2 years old. All three came from homes where they did not know what to expect from an LGD and one of them came through an Anatolian rescue group....
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    I agree with Hillary. Find him a job he likes and...

    I agree with Hillary. Find him a job he likes and cut your losses. Listen to some of us who have learned the hard way and lost years trying to convince a horse that he/she wants what we want. That is...
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    I second the Anatolian Shepherd Dog. I've had 3...

    I second the Anatolian Shepherd Dog. I've had 3 in succession and find them to be wonderful dogs. I had a GP and he was a sweet dog but suffered terribly in the heat and the amount of drool and...
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