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    I just read the first para and made up my mind -...

    I just read the first para and made up my mind - you don't need the hurt, and it does not change long term.
  2. Thread: Italy tour

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    I go to a village in Italy every year once or...

    I go to a village in Italy every year once or twice - but we just relax and enjoy the slow pace of life. On Lago Maggoria (sp) - Isola Bella is an island and one takes a ferry to see the beautiful...
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    ^^^^ well, who knew? !

    ^^^^ well, who knew? !
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    Racehorse people take their mares and very new...

    Racehorse people take their mares and very new babies to the stallion for
    live cover all the time...My last foal shipped when he was 3 days old...
    Took out divider, drove carefully, both were...
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    Ask your farrier, or a farrier school if there is...

    Ask your farrier, or a farrier school if there is one nearby?
  6. We were married Unitarian - But funnily...

    We were married Unitarian -

    But funnily enough, this afternoon our Buddhist friends came by for a visit and talk. They are the loveliest people, so unjudgemental to people like us who eat meat...
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    Absolutely agree that the early tests should be...

    Absolutely agree that the early tests should be positive. The instructors will not sign a candidate is ready to test if they really are not able to come close to
    passing.
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    Nothing to add - just awwwww, poor little thing,...

    Nothing to add - just awwwww, poor little thing, nice you.
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    But - when I was pregnant with my first child I...

    But - when I was pregnant with my first child I did not feel in the least bit less capable of riding and eventing (at Training). However, I did fall off when I was five month pregnant because of...
  10. Thread: Bitting up?

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    As a young horse he will take his lead from his...

    As a young horse he will take his lead from his buddy - presume they know each other well? Good luck.
  11. Thread: bits

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    ^^^ I don't know you, your horse and am not a...

    ^^^

    I don't know you, your horse and am not a trainer - but I do know that once in the ring the rider automatically tends to ride more conservatively - to the detriment of the scores.

    Leslie...
  12. I've kept my little Bull Terrier alive for two...

    I've kept my little Bull Terrier alive for two month now using an appetite stimulant recommended for cats. Mertazapine. I don't know what it is, and vet said to try it on her anyway. It seems to...
  13. I was wondering, too, what response you have been...

    I was wondering, too, what response you have been getting from the people in your life? Do you think it is a geographical thing, or cultural, if you and others like you are accepted, or not?

    My...
  14. This read makes me realize how different we all...

    This read makes me realize how different we all are.

    If I wake up early, early, like 3:00 am, I take half a banana or a piece of cheese because they do not trigger the indigestion. The drop...
  15. I immediately thought the trailer would be...

    I immediately thought the trailer would be lopsided with a horse only on one side, but then ordinary two-horse straight haul trailers often have only one horse in them, as long as it is on the centre...
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    Have you used the disposable fly traps from...

    Have you used the disposable fly traps from Valley Vet?
  17. Wish I had an earlier shot when she was not as...

    Wish I had an earlier shot when she was not as developed as she is now...
    but there is still room for improvement, so may have to give one from here on in.
  18. Pan Ams - while a qualifying event for many...

    Pan Ams - while a qualifying event for many sports, sometimes they ar diluted somewhat to encourage other countries without powerhouse teams to be able to attend. it also provides for a Games...
  19. I hear you, Painted Mare. One of the longest...

    I hear you, Painted Mare. One of the longest lasting faults is what many of us learn the day we sit on a horse for the first time - kick for go, pull for stop.

    It is utterly amazing how...
  20. There was a thread on here (I think) about the...

    There was a thread on here (I think) about the surgery and from the takeaway I'd never do it unless it was a final recourse.

    Glad to know I'm not alone with this 'indigestion'.

    What helped me...
  21. I don't think I have to comment, Canadian...

    I don't think I have to comment, Canadian Trotter, but you do not sound like a prejudiced person I was aiming at, but someone who wants to learn and would support any lifestyle that did not hurt...
  22. Folks like you move peoples' attitudes forward by...

    Folks like you move peoples' attitudes forward by having the courage to speak out. You will find nothing but support here (well, those who don't support will keep quiet).
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    As I have said before, I have "Sucker" branded on...

    As I have said before, I have "Sucker" branded on my forehead.

    They did give me my money back though. :)
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    I'm not judging the merits of this story. What...

    I'm not judging the merits of this story.

    What does shock me is the level indifference voiced in so many posts...
    hard to think there are so many on this board. Tells a lot about the posters....
  25. Knowing hereditary defects can be a double edged...

    Knowing hereditary defects can be a double edged sword unless there is absolute proof where it comes from. The net is a cesspool of anecdotal gossip and once a mare or stallion is mentioned as...
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