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    I'm just thinking out loud here, but I would...

    I'm just thinking out loud here, but I would think there might be a need for clear guidelines on what exactly will be sampled/tested/investigated during a required necropsy. I understand that...
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    I don't show anymore, so USEF rules don't really...

    I don't show anymore, so USEF rules don't really concern me. As a scientist, I would hope (and I said as much; I never said they WEREN'T doing things correctly) that they are following sound...
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    Then I would assume that the second lab uses a...

    Then I would assume that the second lab uses a validated assay for that specific sample type. It could even be a different assay than the lab that tests the A sample uses, but it would have to be a...
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    There could very well be more than one lab that...

    There could very well be more than one lab that is validated to test specific samples for specific substances. But usually backup samples (if by "B" you mean backup samples) are tested at the same...
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    You can't just take a random sample from a horse...

    You can't just take a random sample from a horse and test it at any lab that offers the test, using an assay that was developed for human samples, and then apply whatever allowable ranges you want,...
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    Why on earth would any organization spend money...

    Why on earth would any organization spend money to develop a test for a substance that is known to alter performance and then not put that substance on the list of banned substances? And if that's...
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    Blood was drawn to test for banned...

    Blood was drawn to test for banned substances/substances used outside of the allowable ranges. If there are drugs being used for which there is no available test, how do you think a necropsy is going...
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    There are usually options when it comes to handy...

    There are usually options when it comes to handy courses. A score of 83 could very well have taken a less than perfect trot jump into consideration.



    Are we really still doing this? Yawn.
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    A photo won't magically make the OP's name appear...

    A photo won't magically make the OP's name appear on the receipt. My point is that the OP can't prove she is the one associated with the receipt.
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    I don't know if this has been brought up but it...

    I don't know if this has been brought up but it seems that OP's name and signature are not on the contract (though it's more of a receipt than anything else) and the deposit was paid in cash. I could...
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    Ironically, the riders who use the automatic...

    Ironically, the riders who use the automatic release the most in the jumpers are the youngsters - Brianne Goutal and Lillie Keenan are the ones who come to mind the most. Maybe they'll start a trend...
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    Post them and I'll watch them. I've watched...

    Post them and I'll watch them. I've watched Mclain and Beezie live and on video enough times to stand by my statement, but if you can prove me wrong, please do. I'll be happy to admit you're right if...
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    Can we think about this logically, just this...

    Can we think about this logically, just this once? The top hunter riders are not stupid. If any one of them suddenly discovered that horses jump better when the rider uses an automatic release, don't...
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    I just did a Google image search for all four...

    I just did a Google image search for all four riders mentioned and I found absolutely NO evidence to suggest that any of them use an automatic release more often than a crest release. In fact,...
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    If you're not going to read my entire post and...

    If you're not going to read my entire post and make an effort to understand the thoughts I conveyed (and clearly you didn't), please don't quote it and reply as though you are responding to me.
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    I'm having a hard time picturing a house that has...

    I'm having a hard time picturing a house that has an attached garage that's big enough to house 6 large vehicles and a thirty foot boat, but there's not enough space inside for a crate that's big...
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    I'm curious about this comment as I am going to...

    I'm curious about this comment as I am going to buy a new car this summer and I'm looking for the exact things in a vehicle that you are. Consumer Reports puts the Crosstrek in the same price point...
  18. No, it does not change my perspective. People who...

    No, it does not change my perspective. People who get in over their heads with animals fall into one of two categories: 1) those who realize that's what happened, and reached out for and take advice...
  19. Am I the only one here who thinks it's a little...

    Am I the only one here who thinks it's a little odd in a creepy way how obsessed the OP is about this person and his dog? I get that a trainer wants to help his or her clients in every way possible,...
  20. Are my brothers and I the only ones who played...

    Are my brothers and I the only ones who played with fire more than anything else? We LOVED caps (forget the toy guns that were supposed to be the main purpose of having the caps - we just wanted the...
  21. Plagiarism is most definitely NOT illegal in...

    Plagiarism is most definitely NOT illegal in industry in all cases. Documents belong to the company, not the individual. In fact, there are portions of industry in which it is encouraged (with...
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    I don't think the horse show administration CAN...

    I don't think the horse show administration CAN do much when it comes to box seating at Devon, but you might have better luck posting this on the Hunter/Jumper forum.
  23. Where did I say that bullying ANYONE is setting a...

    Where did I say that bullying ANYONE is setting a good example? I said that people could choose to join the whiners and poor sports by complaining, OR they could set a good example to others.
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    Honestly, I read these posts and to my eyes, both...

    Honestly, I read these posts and to my eyes, both are saying the exact same thing. The difference is that vineyridge's post is emotional, defensive, and adulatory while Bayhawk's is none of those...
  25. You don't seem to understand that whiners and...

    You don't seem to understand that whiners and poor sports are not in the habit of engaging in teachable moments of the positive kind and rising above anything. The people who are NOT whiners and poor...
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