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    I have the Ariat V Sports and LOVE them! So...

    I have the Ariat V Sports and LOVE them!

    So comfortable! I wore them riding for 2 hours the very first day I had them on.

    And for me at least, they have a nice, slim, close contact fit. I...
  2. I am not at home right now - but I know in my...

    I am not at home right now - but I know in my living room there is always:

    At least 2 tennis balls

    2 tug of war ropes (one big, one small)

    4 Beef Bones (well loved - two get peanut butter...
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    Hahahahahahah I really like Kale. I like kale...

    Hahahahahahah

    I really like Kale. I like kale salad. I like kale sauteed. I like kale in my "kale and greek yogurt dip". I like kale in my smoothies.

    BUT - I have only had kale chips once and...
  4. Not saying its the case at all here - but would...

    Not saying its the case at all here - but would you feel the same way if MANY horses had reactions - yet the company kept quiet about it? Because that DOES happen.

    Like Zimectin Gold. Nothing...
  5. I can't see anything but clockwise. Cover...

    I can't see anything but clockwise. Cover everything but feet, still clockwise, cover everything but shoulders - still clockwise.

    As for the dressing thing OMG what the heck!! I was in the gold...
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    I had a Philz Coffee and a spinach / feta pastry...

    I had a Philz Coffee and a spinach / feta pastry for breakfast (it just looked too good to pass, and was delicious!)

    For lunch, I will be getting a sushi roll (tuna, avocado, cucumber)

    Dinner...
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    I am 5'6" and I like my horses to be 16.2 to 17 -...

    I am 5'6" and I like my horses to be 16.2 to 17 - honestly that feels right and "fits" for me.

    BUT - I also prefer TBs and TB crosses, I have never owned a WIDE horse. I have ridden some very...
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    I agree completely, and California is similar -...

    I agree completely, and California is similar - with the latest minimum pay raises, some restaurants ARE moving away from tipping.

    First - for EVERYONE in California - Minimum wage is PAID before...
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    But this is entirely a social construct, very...

    But this is entirely a social construct, very much tied to certain norms and society, which is quite fluid throughout history. It has NOTHING to do with inherit gender differences.



    Chiffon is...
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    Hum, offering a greater range of change choices...

    Hum, offering a greater range of change choices for girls as "fixing" them.

    I grew up a tom boy, I have never been very "feminine" by american standards. I don't like pink, or frills, or nail...
  11. Really, it's not that hard to measure your head....

    Really, it's not that hard to measure your head. Just about every helmet manufacturer will have a how to on their website along with a size chart.

    Good luck with a new helmet! Do get one ASAP....
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    I am not trying to argue that a pizza delivery...

    I am not trying to argue that a pizza delivery job is lucrative, but can't you expense most of this on your taxes? I know the few years that I was doing property inspections (in addition to my 9-5),...
  13. Thread: Uber?

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    I use it at least once weekly. Cheaper and faster...

    I use it at least once weekly. Cheaper and faster then taxis in my town. Also use it on trips. ALWAYS get a fare estimate first, and beware of surge pricing (when demand is high).

    For example to...
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    On a side note: Here is a really interesting...

    On a side note:

    Here is a really interesting break down of minimum wage, "cash wage" and credit for tips.

    For instance, while someone in California will make a minimum of $9 PLUS tips.... Many...
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    Curious - for those that are "tipping big" (20% -...

    Curious - for those that are "tipping big" (20% - 25%) are you also getting charged a delivery fee?

    I consider myself a decent tipper. When dining in I tip at least 20%. And I also spend more when...
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    Glad you are open to suggestions OP! Unless...

    Glad you are open to suggestions OP!

    Unless your horse is getting a huge amount of grain at one feeding (which they never should) - riding after feeding should be fine. Its actually much more...
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    Hum, I have been at Eventing and Hunter Jumper...

    Hum, I have been at Eventing and Hunter Jumper barns and have only noticed rider's names on saddles. I don't think I have ever seen the horse's name on one!
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    I don't think it is "learned" - in that he is...

    I don't think it is "learned" - in that he is doing it on purposes. For some reason HIS routine has changed it sounds. Could he be arthritic? You mention cold - perhaps he isn't able to move in ways...
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    Hahahah I have a farrier that all of the girls...

    Hahahah I have a farrier that all of the girls swoon for. The teenage working students gather round when he arrives. He is also in a country / rock band, young good looking dude!
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    What would you be teaching at this barn? ...

    What would you be teaching at this barn?

    Everything you described sounds like dude ranch to me! Horses that are very good at ignoring their riders and just trudging along. Sketchy tack and...
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    I don't have a "bad back" - but the occasions...

    I don't have a "bad back" - but the occasions when it is stiff and uncomfortable - I have found that riding really helps loosen it up, and I feel better - more so than other exercises, my usual,...
  22. Thread: Home poll

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    Poll: I didn't vote - because it "depends!" I am a...

    I didn't vote - because it "depends!"

    I am a renter in California. My last place was a cozy cabin, two bedrooms one bath. Its just my husband and I, so really no need at all for a second bathroom....
  23. Sounds like it is time to move your horse. Not...

    Sounds like it is time to move your horse. Not only is that unhealthy for their feet, its terribly unhealthy for their lungs to be breathing that ammonia.

    My barn doesn't clean or bed to my...
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    Slow maturing and race horse usually do not go...

    Slow maturing and race horse usually do not go together!

    I can tell you my TB failed as a race horse because he was slow maturing.

    Race training is expensive. Racing training is HARD on...
  25. Thanks for sharing OP. I know many on COTH are...

    Thanks for sharing OP. I know many on COTH are huge fans of back on track products - but I am "old school" and don't really get it.

    I spent years grooming for pros (eventing and H/J) and our goal...
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