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    Fire Run isn't Saddlehorses (slang term for...

    Fire Run isn't Saddlehorses (slang term for Saddlebreds) at all, it is a primarily Morgan facility with excellent lesson horses and great instruction. And they're FUN:)
    Tell your cousin to enjoy...
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    Check into Fire Run Farm. Suzanne Haberek is...

    Check into Fire Run Farm. Suzanne Haberek is wonderful! They're in Snohomish, about 40 min from Seattle.

    http://www.firerunfarm.com/#/
  3. Thread: Barn laundry

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    Barn laundry

    I know is has been discussed, but it can't find it. We need to replace our barn washer. We currently have a Whirlpool Duet that we've had for almost 10 years. 10 hard years of horse sheets and...
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    I am looking to ship my horse from Southern...

    I am looking to ship my horse from Southern Pines, NC to Erie, PA at teh end of July. I'm having a hard time finding a commercial hauler for that route. he has just recovered from a fractured...
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    Saddle companies hope that if they get a trainer...

    Saddle companies hope that if they get a trainer in their product, the trainer will like it...alot. Hopefully see something about it (fit,comfort, whatever) that is better than the other options out...
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    We have a 36 stall center isle MD barn in so ca....

    We have a 36 stall center isle MD barn in so ca. Our roof is 18"'above the top of the stalls, so there a considerable gap for air flow...it makes a HUGE difference in the summer. Wood burns when we...
  7. Thread: paddock boots

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    I wore Grand Prix's for nearly 20 years...too...

    I wore Grand Prix's for nearly 20 years...too wide of a foot for Dehners and people either love Ariat's fit or hate it...for me it was instant back pain. The GP's were perfect. Then my last pair...
  8. If this trainer did NOT tell her that this horse...

    If this trainer did NOT tell her that this horse was not a good match for her, just as many people would stand on the rail at shows saying "what a crook...he just takes her money and isn't honest...
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    Thank you all for your kind words. My father did,...

    Thank you all for your kind words. My father did, indeed, have a heart attack or stroke (they present themselves the same, apparently) that caused the accident. He was driving a rescue pony to...
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    Absolutely...there are many reasons that often...

    Absolutely...there are many reasons that often make people make choices that might not be the ones they want. But, I've been told "I found a shipper to do it for $200/$300 less" on a cross country...
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    if you're riding the horse and the pressure is...

    if you're riding the horse and the pressure is pulling back on the cheekpieces of the snaffle, in most cases, the 'point' will 'point' forward...as in, toward their front teeth, parallel to their...
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    I am a horse trainer and we have a semi and our...

    I am a horse trainer and we have a semi and our semi (this part of the training team does not drive it...the other part along with several other drivers we often employ) makes a few trips across the...
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    I make my living training mostly Morgans. They...

    I make my living training mostly Morgans. They are unique, but, IMO, rewarding. They're a smart breed, but they also do not take well to mixed signals. They do very well dealing in black and white...
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    Showing is, IMO, the ultimate way to gauge your...

    Showing is, IMO, the ultimate way to gauge your progress and make sure you're not just staying static. I, personally, always try to improve and it's easy to lose sight of that if I'm not being put...
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    We use Markel for most of our horses (the others...

    We use Markel for most of our horses (the others are with EMO, which we have done well with as well, agent Bil Hartman),and they've been very good. They are not the cheapest, but they are good. That...
  16. http://www.aurorafarms.com/ I think Melody...

    http://www.aurorafarms.com/

    I think Melody Adler does a good job, from what I've heard.
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    Morgans have excellent work ethics and enjoy the...

    Morgans have excellent work ethics and enjoy the challenges of dressage. There are plenty of them around, depending on what you're looking for, your price will vary, as you'd expect:) We have a big...
  18. Thread: Sarapin

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    do you mean Reserpine? I've seen it used once for...

    do you mean Reserpine? I've seen it used once for a young horse that needed to stay very quiet for an extended period of time for recuperation of an injury. It's an extended period tranq...I wouldn't...
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    Nibble Nets! We use them and they last at least a...

    Nibble Nets! We use them and they last at least a year each...and our horses abuse them!:) We even have one that cribs ON the net...pulls it away from the wall for leverage...nice. His is still...
  20. she bought a semi tractor. Featherlite males...

    she bought a semi tractor. Featherlite males custom semi trailers. She probably bought a 15 horse trailer to be pulled by that semi tractor.
  21. I suppose. I guess I just see it as a false sense...

    I suppose. I guess I just see it as a false sense of "acceptance" when the horse's mouth is strapped shut. You don't see him move his mouth or open it...because it's physically restrained. To compare...
  22. [QUOTE=Aven;6245198]That horse has a VERY busy...

    [QUOTE=Aven;6245198]That horse has a VERY busy mouth, and spends lots of time with it gaping open. So that kind of defeats your argument that its a good bit to use for dressage. Now before anyone...
  23. They don't generally have a 6" shank on their...

    They don't generally have a 6" shank on their curb bits and someone else mentioned spade bits...generally these horses, at least the ones I've seen Eitan show, have gone in a very low port, short...
  24. I have a good friend that lives right there....

    I have a good friend that lives right there. e-mail me and I'll give you her contact info...
    emgjoker@aol.com
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    we have a fairly large barn (30 stalls, 15...

    we have a fairly large barn (30 stalls, 15 outside corrals) but for a training facility, our barn is rather quiet. We live in a quiet area and many of our clients live far away, so not alot of people...
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