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    I didn't read the whole thread, so please forgive...

    I didn't read the whole thread, so please forgive me if something in this vein has already been posted: a way to keep Christ in Christmas is to feed the poor, invite the widows and orphans to dinner,...
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    Clicker trainer in Lexington, KY?

    Does anyone know of any trainers who use clickers in their training programs in Lexington? I ride saddle seat, but the discipline isn't really important at this point. My horse and I could use some...
  3. Nathan, I appreciate everything you and your...

    Nathan,

    I appreciate everything you and your family have done. I do not appreciate your using your dislike of a trainer (Russ Keyser, whom I also have personal issues with) as an excuse to...
  4. A laundromat in town has a huge sign announcing...

    A laundromat in town has a huge sign announcing it's a "LaundRYmat." I want to strangle someone everytime I see it!!!!!
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    I'm a KY native and love Lexington, but have...

    I'm a KY native and love Lexington, but have lived all over the world. There are lots of things to do in Lexington if you know how to look for entertainment (I keep three or four calendars on my...
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    Worst first (and only) date: the guy picked what...

    Worst first (and only) date: the guy picked what he thought was a cute, fun movie with Aston Kutcher. It was The Butterfly Effect, which was essentially about child molestation and physical torture...
  7. What about barn workers? When I worked for a barn...

    What about barn workers? When I worked for a barn at shows, I was told by other farm's grooms that tipping was the norm for their barn's customers (usually a substantial tip) for all the grooms. I...
  8. It's a very different rack, mand_asbfan. The...

    It's a very different rack, mand_asbfan. The footfall pattern can be different and the gait itself is not what you're thinking of. The Racking Horse group has historically had the same soring...
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    What a gorgeous mule! I've always wanted...

    What a gorgeous mule! I've always wanted one...maybe someday.
  10. I lost my father on Dec. 12, 2001, and it doesn't...

    I lost my father on Dec. 12, 2001, and it doesn't really get easier as the years go by. While there ARE things to celebrate, the holidays will never be the same. I'm so sorry you're going through...
  11. So who is the Congressman on the BOD and how do...

    So who is the Congressman on the BOD and how do we contact him?
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    Having had the flu two years ago (the first year...

    Having had the flu two years ago (the first year I hadn't gotten the flu shot), I will never NOT get the shot again. I have never been that ill as an adult and hope I'm never that ill again! It was a...
  13. Join the Society for Childrens Book Writers and...

    Join the Society for Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). Their website (www.scbwi.org) will have tons of information, advice on the publishing route, critique groups, etc. They will help...
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    Just a comment for those who are stating...

    Just a comment for those who are stating incorrectly that pitties were bred to kill other dogs...in America, at least, they were considered the ideal family dog, especially for those with children,...
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    About dog parks in general: When I moved to...

    About dog parks in general: When I moved to Florida from Lexington, KY, I was shocked at how tiny most of the parks were. In Lexington, the dog parks are very large and they are great places to take...
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    I support Saddlebred Rescue (the recipient of the...

    I support Saddlebred Rescue (the recipient of the 2006 USEF Heroes for Horses Award). I know the people who run it personally, have fostered for them, adopted from them, and been a layover for their...
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    I face this all the time from the other side. I'm...

    I face this all the time from the other side. I'm 4'11" and generally have to wear kid's jods. That's fine by me, as they're generally cheaper:D, but shoes can be a bear. I wear a size 4. And I need...
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    ^^^Or get in touch with a great rescue like Big...

    ^^^Or get in touch with a great rescue like Big Fluffy Dogs and have them work with you. They're legit, awesome, and have some amazing dogs who need homes.
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    If your dog were a Great Pyrenees, I'd say we...

    If your dog were a Great Pyrenees, I'd say we owned littermates. My girl has actually gotten better with MORE change; she doesn't do well for the first day or two, but making sure she doesn't have a...
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    About the ear cropping, I thought altering...

    About the ear cropping, I thought altering animals for the sake of appearance was illegal in California? I've always heard that tail altering on horses is illegal to perform in that state, as are...
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    OP, I was in something of a similar situation,...

    OP, I was in something of a similar situation, although thankfully, I was able to find a solution to the problem before anything serious happened. My now deceased Great Pyrenees was a very strong,...
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    That's the kind of horse (pony) I would be...

    That's the kind of horse (pony) I would be looking for! I'm 4'11" and always showed 17+ hand ASBs, lol! I didn't look too terribly out of place, since most of the horses I rode were narrow, making my...
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    Are you talking about cystic acne or true...

    Are you talking about cystic acne or true sebacious cysts? Cystic acne is treatable and generally appears in the areas mentioned in this post. It's painful and ugly, but it eventually goes away even...
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    I lived in a remote part of China in the late...

    I lived in a remote part of China in the late 90s, and one of the most amusing things for me was the fact that every morning the owners of the place where I ate breakfast proudly dragged out a tv,...
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    Another vote for the excellence of R & R. I was...

    Another vote for the excellence of R & R. I was local, so it was the closest option for me. Some years ago, I had a horse who was just coming out of a severe abuse ordeal (his whole life up to that...
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