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  1. Lactation is the most energy demanding time in...

    Lactation is the most energy demanding time in any animal's life, so it would be expected that she would drop weight if she was nursing. Without that energy demand, she should put weight back on...
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    If you're in Louisville and want to do Louisville...

    If you're in Louisville and want to do Louisville things, go to the Brown Hotel and get a Hot Brown or Lynn's Paradise Cafe for breakfast. There are plenty of good museums downtown, including the...
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    Newbie Hunter in KY

    I am a major long time lurker here on the Hunting forum and I'm ready to sort of enter the hunting world. I'm in Kentucky, currently at school at UK, but travel back to Louisville to see my family...
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    I second the Parelli bareback pads. I don't own...

    I second the Parelli bareback pads. I don't own one and I don't drink the kool-aid, but those are the best bareback pads ever. I lust over them on a pretty regular basis. Somehow, they just really...
  5. CC Saddle for Long Shouldered Horse

    I feel like I'm starting the long, tumultuous process of finding a saddle that fits my horse.

    Background on my horse: She is a foundation bred QH, 15.2 hh with long shoulders. She doesn't like...
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    If you are thinking about buying one simply to...

    If you are thinking about buying one simply to prevent heaves, I would just focus on buying clean hay. If you already have a horse with heaves then I could see where it would be worth the money. I've...
  7. Most horses require not much more than a good...

    Most horses require not much more than a good grass or grass/legume mix hay and a balancer pellet to fill it for missing minerals and vitamins. They don't actually need a concentrate (mixed grain)...
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    You know you are a rider: -When you go to grab...

    You know you are a rider:

    -When you go to grab a folder out of your desk after winter break and find a random noseband instead.

    -When everyone around you knows to explain things in horse terms...
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    I agree with dancer. Reading that makes me think...

    I agree with dancer. Reading that makes me think special Valentine's Day.
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    My horse's registered name is Jets Glitter N...

    My horse's registered name is Jets Glitter N Gold, which fits her b/c she is flaxen gold champagne (think sparkly palomino). Her barn name of Big Momma fits her a lot better though. Haha. I feel that...
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    I can agree that turnout should be included in...

    I can agree that turnout should be included in most horse's lives, but to say that stalling a horse makes them a worse horse is just ignorant. Where I board my horse, the horses are out most of the...
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    Whenever you do get going, please let me know b/c...

    Whenever you do get going, please let me know b/c I'm in Kentucky and have been lusting over a pair of custom full chaps for years.
  13. My horse is a QH without much get up and go and...

    My horse is a QH without much get up and go and she doesn't seem to have any more energy when she is kept in. She stays out 24/7, weather permitting, but she LOVES her stall and would be fine staying...
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    If it was MY horse versus a stranger, I'd have to...

    If it was MY horse versus a stranger, I'd have to go with my horse. I swear she'd haunt me if I didn't. Plus I'd assume, if the situation was reversed and she had to make a choice, she'd choose me! ...
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    I tend to be a judgmental person, although I only...

    I tend to be a judgmental person, although I only confide in my closest of friends. My best friend boards a place that I would never board at and we spend lots of time judging her barn mates and barn...
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    I don't remember when I first introduced my mare...

    I don't remember when I first introduced my mare to being ridden bareback, but I know I just jumped on and went. She handled like a pro.
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    Just to add, Luke at Me is a HUS bloodline, so...

    Just to add, Luke at Me is a HUS bloodline, so expect people to assume he is a QH if you use "Luke" in the show name. Not sure if that matters to you at all.
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    I started by riding a tri-colored paint pony of...

    I started by riding a tri-colored paint pony of unknown origins. She was perfect to me and I was devastated when she was put down last summer. I sent a bunch of my childhood tack to a tack sale last...
  19. If you do decide to use it, don't spray it over a...

    If you do decide to use it, don't spray it over a non-carpeted floor. My trainer's daughter, who has long, curly hair, sprayed it once over their tile floor and my trainer bruised her hind end pretty...
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    If they are saying things when you are standing...

    If they are saying things when you are standing there to other people, I'd correct them. I would not, however, feel it is my duty to phone them and call them out on their behavior.
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    Red Carpet Invite Envy My Sports Coat Envy...

    Red Carpet Invite
    Envy My Sports Coat
    Envy Coated Eclipse
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    The AAEP lists Tetanus, EEE, WEE, WNV, and Rabies...

    The AAEP lists Tetanus, EEE, WEE, WNV, and Rabies as core vaccinations for adult horses. Their risk based vaccinations include Anthrax, Botulism, EHV, Influenza, Potomac Horse Fever, and Strangles...
  23. Having a huge pasture that I have to traipse...

    Having a huge pasture that I have to traipse through to find my horse. She comes when she is called in other pastures, but not this one.

    No indoor.

    No heated water.

    Footing in the outdoor...
  24. I started having problems like that regularly and...

    I started having problems like that regularly and after weeks of chiropractic care and finally seeing a sports medicine doctor, we decided that more than likely I just wasn't strong enough in my...
  25. My trainer growing up always gave the lessons...

    My trainer growing up always gave the lessons kids something special for Christmas. One year it was an ornament of a picture of us and our special horse. Once I got my own horse and was working...
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