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  1. Curious about this, as a ammy who currently...

    Curious about this, as a ammy who currently doesn't ride full time with a coach, but spent my years growing up in an A barn, showing, and then grooming for a BNT. Does any person who is coachless...
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    Did you start using them because of an injury or...

    Did you start using them because of an injury or do you just use them? Thanks for the info!
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    Back on Track- anyone tried them?

    Have any of you used the polo wraps? Just debating.
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    This. ^^^^. Additionally, when I'm teaching...

    This. ^^^^. Additionally, when I'm teaching someone to count:
    I hold my hand up in a fist
    Account for the landing
    As I count out loud "one, two, three, four" then I put 1 finger up = 1 stride ...
  5. What I bolded: 1. Even month to month should...

    What I bolded:
    1. Even month to month should have a lease that states all of the above.
    2. How often will they reseed, mow, drag. Your definitions of necessary may be different.
    3. What is...
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    I'd have a real sit down talk with her about the...

    I'd have a real sit down talk with her about the reality of the situation. The money spent on going could just as easily be spend toward her college fund or other local shows that won't require the...
  7. If this was adult, no. I had a barn kid who had...

    If this was adult, no. I had a barn kid who had some boundary issues. Overall she was a good kid and was able to train her. :) Her parents just were kind of clueless.

    I grew up not calling people...
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    I have to respectfully disagree with the above. A...

    I have to respectfully disagree with the above. A horse is a prey animal. A dog is a predator. They have a different genetic/molecular predisposition on reactions, that training just can't ever...
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    I don't agree with this statement. Some horses...

    I don't agree with this statement. Some horses just aren't suited for certain jobs- re: hunter drugging scandals of late. I guess you can work them, cookie clicker them, beat or drug them to death.
    ...
  10. totally agree and Caveat 2 to my post is "I'm old"

    totally agree and Caveat 2 to my post is "I'm old"
  11. I have both, and I have a wide calf. I wear my...

    I have both, and I have a wide calf. I wear my Dublins every day and really prefer them to the Dubarry for my foot support. I have the same issue with lining in Dublin, but I think it is because it...
  12. I saw that I thought I missed something...

    I saw that I thought I missed something good!!!!!!!!!! whatever did you post...... :)
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    I use a small solar charge for a small area. It...

    I use a small solar charge for a small area. It has a back up battery and enough voltage to keep them away. I did it myself as a temporary sacrifice area and it has worked great.
  14. I'll be the Grinch and say "It depends" and...

    I'll be the Grinch and say "It depends" and "bordering on no". If the snow is soft and not sticky, if I know the footing, if the horse is barefoot - yes I'd walk, walk/trot. I have to say that I was...
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    In addition to what has been stated, you can also...

    In addition to what has been stated, you can also give them this link

    http://www.collegiateequestrian.com/studentathletes/recruitment/#.Vq-apk32ZLM

    I had a NCAA link but can't copy it over. The...
  16. Add to this he most likely is not built for the...

    Add to this he most likely is not built for the job, the person who told you this is a wise person. :)

    I'd also add, why make an old trooper try to change his spots at this stage, when it isn't...
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    and then there was my bay mare, bred to a brown...

    and then there was my bay mare, bred to a brown stallion (?, or dark bay - Zarr) who had a bay, a chestnut and then a bay with pinto markings (big old white boot of Italy across his side). :) Didn't...
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    1. How is she in an outdoor ring, not just...

    1. How is she in an outdoor ring, not just trails?
    2. Some horses do dislike working indoors, as other posters have stated.
    3. She should still be doing her job and listening, being displeased is...
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    what does crocked mean? I kinda feel like a moron...

    what does crocked mean? I kinda feel like a moron asking, but I've not heard it.
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    So is this near KHP? Sorry- I'm checking from...

    So is this near KHP? Sorry- I'm checking from iPhone so having technical difficulties toggling back. Let me know!
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    I have a mare that when I sent her out on a long...

    I have a mare that when I sent her out on a long term lease would NOT have called kid/Amy friendly. Neither would a BNT who had her for a while whom I trust. I brought her he and she is a different...
  22. not a judge, but my first thought is you leg in...

    not a judge, but my first thought is you leg in too far forward IMO, as in picture 2, which kind of looks like you are in a chair seat. which could make you not balanced or light in the saddle. When...
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    1. I didn't notice a difference on MM 2. I am...

    1. I didn't notice a difference on MM
    2. I am going to try the buying in bulk and see since it is so inexpensive.
    3. Bolded- this is a training issue, not necessarily a mare issue. People should...
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    I'm flexible with feeding times, as I keep mine...

    I'm flexible with feeding times, as I keep mine at home. Most of mine are out with a round bale. The stalled horses (a rehab and a friend to keep her company) have netted hay, and I am a bit more...
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    Oh LH, feel better soon. I, too, have held on...

    Oh LH, feel better soon. I, too, have held on when I shouldn't but thankfully didn't get hurt. It is such a judgment call right in the moment. :(

    This is a great thread. I remember my trainer...
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