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  1. I wouldn't personally skimp financially to have...

    I wouldn't personally skimp financially to have someone that is not a veterinarian doing acupuncture, chiropractic type treatments. Too much damage can be done by trained professionals let alone...
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    I think it depends on the horse and the saddle...

    I think it depends on the horse and the saddle you are using.

    I have one horse that loves the Ogilvy pad. Another likes the Thin line with the sheepskin trim. My old horse went well in the Mattes...
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    This may help a bit - But it's up to you. I...

    This may help a bit - But it's up to you. I wouldn't risk it on my horse and he did fine without the wormer.

    http://epmhorse.org/WordPress/?p=239
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    double post

    double post
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    The best way to feed is by weight. When I had my...

    The best way to feed is by weight. When I had my horses at home I could weigh my hay and my horses never looked better. I used a baby scale. I would put the flake(s) in a plastic trash can lid and...
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    I just ordered a few Rambos from Smarkpak too....

    I just ordered a few Rambos from Smarkpak too. Received them yesterday.

    My horse wears an 80 - 81 and I bought the 81 in the Rambo. It fits great but I too notice the point of the shoulder area...
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    I just bough four.. :) I do wish they came in...

    I just bough four.. :) I do wish they came in more color choices
  8. I have one I am currently using on my horse and...

    I have one I am currently using on my horse and it was worth the purchase. You need to measure the horse because they are made in different sizes.

    The cost was just over $500.00 and my...
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    I have to say Rambos at this point. I have a few...

    I have to say Rambos at this point. I have a few that are so old and I purchased for horses that have passed on.

    I took the cheap road a few times getting new blankets to find they lasted a...
  10. Your post doesn't say what diagnostics you have...

    Your post doesn't say what diagnostics you have done. That may help a lot. Since you mentioned navicular changes; you must have done some xrays?

    Navicular can cause off and on lameness.

    What...
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    I recently talked with a holistic vet - not sure...

    I recently talked with a holistic vet - not sure of the exact protocol but uses certain supplements for de worming.

    Fecals can be clean and you still can have worms. I'm not sure if there is a...
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    I truly believe a girth-y horse is usually in...

    I truly believe a girth-y horse is usually in pain or has some type of past injury.

    Horses in general don't go plotting against us - waking up the next day planning their next move. They usually...
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    I have just recently had many conversations with...

    I have just recently had many conversations with vets over the FEC issue. Some say don't worm and run fecal tests. Some say fecal tests don't detect all worms.

    Note for EPM horses, de-wormers...
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    Vitamin E is a good start. Vets have recommended...

    Vitamin E is a good start. Vets have recommended Elevate Vit E (no selenium)

    I would also not worm using Ivermectrin products. Only SafeGuard. Worming can cause relapses.

    A product I used for...
  15. I collapse my left rib cage... Dressage trainer...

    I collapse my left rib cage... Dressage trainer said "LBRS".... I said - "do what?"

    She then said "Left Boob to Right Shoulder." LOL

    I also pinch with my knees... had a great rider tell me to...
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    He is not doing clinics anymore :( I...

    He is not doing clinics anymore :(

    I understand he will be working with one client only.
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    Thank you!!! :)

    Thank you!!! :)
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    Haaa haaaa - it sounded like "bleeding" but you...

    Haaa haaaa - it sounded like "bleeding" but you are probably right.... I kept thinking about a bleeding sheep laying there....

    You know how he talks - he says pick up the DROT. When is there a...
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    Thanks Peggy. Missed you this year!

    Thanks Peggy. Missed you this year!
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    Lets talk about George Morris

    - - Here's a quick story I wrote about my wonderful weekend at the very last George Morris Clinic - - -

    He says the same things over and over but why can’t we remember it or better yet apply it...
  21. Can you share which one you purchased? I thought...

    Can you share which one you purchased? I thought about doing the same for both my horses and myself too.
  22. This is the one the Laser Specialist that is...

    This is the one the Laser Specialist that is coming out to treat my horse is using...

    http://www.litecure.com/pegasustherapy/

    I know they sell smaller ones for personal use and was wondering if...
  23. Do you know about infrared cold lasers?

    I have a horse the vet recommended I have a Laser specialist come out to do cold laser on my horse for healing an incision.

    I was talking with a friend that uses a infrared cold laser on...
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    Try a regular french link. That may work. Also...

    Try a regular french link. That may work. Also try a loose ring. A bit harder for them to lean on because is moves.

    If you can find someone that has some of these bits and just keep...
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    Yes... agree and unfortunately there are risks...

    Yes... agree and unfortunately there are risks that we must be prepared for. I had a colic surgery done on a horse years ago and have known many that have had the same surgeries without issue. ...
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