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  1. Even though you don't have riding facilities, I...

    Even though you don't have riding facilities, I wouldn't discount how much you might like having your older guy at home with you. If he's good for hacking out (if that is even an option), would you...
  2. I got a horse who was rescued from a kill pen by...

    I got a horse who was rescued from a kill pen by Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Rescue. I sold him a few years ago - if the current owner referred to herself as rescuing him, I'd be super offended, but I...
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    Thanks for the tips on liability - I was thinking...

    Thanks for the tips on liability - I was thinking about that too since it is a young teen that will be riding with (as far as I can tell) clueless parents. The clueless parents are the ones that...
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    Yeah, I am definitely going to buy the policy...

    Yeah, I am definitely going to buy the policy myself - I'm not really psyched about any upfront costs, but I guess it will balance out.

    Leasing my horse just seems to be a good move for the time...
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    I wish there was a lease price. That would help...

    I wish there was a lease price. That would help take the sting out of losing my horse now that we finally have nice riding weather! It's a free lease, so they will be getting billed for all of his...
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    Thanks - this is helpful! Of course I hope to...

    Thanks - this is helpful! Of course I hope to not to have to make any claims!
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    As of now, it is only going to be a 6 month lease...

    As of now, it is only going to be a 6 month lease - anyone know of any companies that will do a shorter term like that? I'm leasing him now to cut expenses temporarily - don't really want to get...
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    Ok, yes, that makes sense - so I pay, then bill...

    Ok, yes, that makes sense - so I pay, then bill them for it. Major medical is standard for a lease?
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    insurance for leased horse?

    My horse is going to be leased for the next 6 months - what kind of coverage do you ask your leasee to carry? Do I need to have liability?

    My trainer proposed running the lease & insurance...
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    Agree with this completely. The truly brilliant...

    Agree with this completely. The truly brilliant horses are the ones who are often a bit *looky* - it's what gives them the spark. So sometimes you win, and sometimes you eat dirt. That's how the...
  11. Thought of this thread over the weekend - OP, I...

    Thought of this thread over the weekend - OP, I had a similar bad local reaction to a sting in around the same time as you in early July. Like another poster suggested, it was a precursor to a...
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    They do have a great policy like that - and also,...

    They do have a great policy like that - and also, that's how if you're lucky you can get one that's been used/returned for less than the price of a new one....which is what I'm hoping for eventually....
  13. Thank you for making me feel less terrible about...

    Thank you for making me feel less terrible about the zippers! I asked my trainer about it this weekend, and she was like "eh, you don't show enough, who cares!" It seems silly to me to buy likely...
  14. This may be me every time I show anymore. I am...

    This may be me every time I show anymore. I am still wearing my custom boots from when I was a teenager. In my opinion, that I can still fit them in my mid 30s (and they are still in beautiful...
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    "Forward into the walk." Love that one.

    "Forward into the walk." Love that one.
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    Not to hijack this thread, but I'm having a...

    Not to hijack this thread, but I'm having a similar problem with a male cat. He'll go 3 days straight of "missing" the box (right NEXT to the box), and then fine again for a while. Does this sound...
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    There were 24 in a class yesterday morning??!! ...

    There were 24 in a class yesterday morning??!! The afternoon was a ghost town.

    Congrats!
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    Everyone bails on the hack when their horse...

    Everyone bails on the hack when their horse doesn't pin (or pin well) O/F.
  19. Ha! Not anywhere near Idaho. But I do have a...

    Ha! Not anywhere near Idaho. But I do have a flight with Southwest to use :winkgrin: I feel like this is FarmersOnly.com meets the Bachelor!
  20. Well I am single but broke so if anyone wants to...

    Well I am single but broke so if anyone wants to chip in for a bid I will report back with full details later :lol:
  21. I gave up on weeding by hand because I just...

    I gave up on weeding by hand because I just cannot keep up with it. Maybe if I had a week off to completely clear it and could spend an hour a day maintaining by hand after that....but who has that...
  22. I used sulcalfrate post gastro-guard years ago -...

    I used sulcalfrate post gastro-guard years ago - can't remember the exact details - but it was not in conjunction with.
  23. Ahh, interesting! Was this recently? The...

    Ahh, interesting! Was this recently?

    The thing about using the pop rocks is that if it makes your horse better in any way, then it worked. That's all that matters. In the big picture of owning...
  24. To be clear, I am not mad or judgy or whatever...

    To be clear, I am not mad or judgy or whatever with anyone who chooses not to scope. I was really truly just looking for specific experiences with scoping, using something other than gastro-guard,...
  25. The current recommended protocol is 200mg (as one...

    The current recommended protocol is 200mg (as one big dose) of doxy within 24 hours of pulling a tick off - I don't know if they say that for ALL ticks or for just deer ticks. Although I hate people...
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