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  1. More jingles from here for Aiden and his family!

    More jingles from here for Aiden and his family!
  2. No joke, and bears repeating!

    No joke, and bears repeating!
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    So sorry. Always so hard to lose a working...

    So sorry. Always so hard to lose a working partner and good friend :'(
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    I've got one who needs the PT as much as anything...

    I've got one who needs the PT as much as anything else with this work. He's inclined to plant himself in the ground and brace that way, and I know his joints don't need that, so I keep the moving...
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    OH, you have to come back tomorrow with the...

    OH, you have to come back tomorrow with the story! What a lucky dog is Been!
  6. ^That's what I was talking about ;)

    ^That's what I was talking about ;)
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    No shame, none at all, in taking a few steps...

    No shame, none at all, in taking a few steps back, and taking your time to move forward at your own pace. He may be sensitive, he may be talented, but he's also yours, and how and whether or not you...
  8. My question was half-facetious, though I did not...

    My question was half-facetious, though I did not realize that it was possible to fit that many on one plane (just never thought about it).

    But, trust me, THIS crowd didn't fly in stalls like the...
  9. BTW, what kind of plane seats 54 horses?

    BTW, what kind of plane seats 54 horses?
  10. Why we all love the Chronicle, Sara. Customer...

    Why we all love the Chronicle, Sara. Customer service, with a smile! And human, like the rest of us ;)
  11. Thank you all. We have a lovely hunter pace...

    Thank you all. We have a lovely hunter pace series in my area and I've really wanted to go. But my riding time is limited and both of my guys are in their 20s now. One is reasonably fit, but he has...
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    I use them exactly that way--under shavings, and...

    I use them exactly that way--under shavings, and I do not wet them first, just let the urine do the job. I pick my stalls twice a day and my horses have in/out access, so not like if the horse is...
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    I second giving him the benefit of the doubt. If...

    I second giving him the benefit of the doubt. If it becomes a repeated behavior, then that's a different issue, but if it's a one time thing, you should perhaps re-think trusting his judgment a...
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    Sent you a private message with info.

    Sent you a private message with info.
  15. Yay!!! Made my day! Wonderful news! Will be...

    Yay!!! Made my day! Wonderful news!

    Will be curious to see if you discover what it was that caused this ---
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    Is Waynesville too far for you? Know of a place...

    Is Waynesville too far for you? Know of a place that will do a great job with confidence issues, will develop a good independent seat, is very laid back, but does not have access to a lot of trails.
  17. Are you sure this is scratches? Might it be...

    Are you sure this is scratches? Might it be cannon keratosis? Especially during shedding season, cannon bones tend to get yucky looking, but my take on it is that many of us are bad about shedding...
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    Buck, quoted on EN: “Yes, it’s the World...

    Buck, quoted on EN:

    “Yes, it’s the World Championships, but he’s still my pet and he’s still one of the greatest horses I’ve ever ridden and I would never want anything to happen to him."

    And...
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    Not even bad day at the office--more unlucky...

    Not even bad day at the office--more unlucky weather. I think both of those horses might have done well in better conditions. Really unusual conditions for this level of competition.

    Hawley having...
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    All of the pictures of squamous that I can find...

    All of the pictures of squamous that I can find indicate that it starts as a small lump and/or has a raised, rough-looking surface. Also, it looks very pink rather than white.

    This thing--whatever...
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    My favorite: I was ring steward/bit checker at a...

    My favorite: I was ring steward/bit checker at a dressage show. Noticed that a PSG-level rider wasn't wearing spurs and mentioned it to the TD. Rider got eliminated. A few rides later, someone was...
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    Amazing. Just a short while ago, endurance was...

    Amazing. Just a short while ago, endurance was the one discipline that was clean, fair and always had the horse's best interest at heart, along with some of the best horseman. How quickly opinion and...
  23. Thread: Results?

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    When I go to that link, it's still stuck on WFP...

    When I go to that link, it's still stuck on WFP being in the middle of his dressage test. Don't get the final standings for the day :(
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    Vet says to keep watching it for now, if there...

    Vet says to keep watching it for now, if there are any signs of cauliflower-like growth, "then we worry".
  25. That has to be a hard thing to do, but necessary...

    That has to be a hard thing to do, but necessary in his position. The more I hear about this guy, the more I admire him.
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