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    Yes, ice, ice, ice is so helpful. You can do...

    Yes, ice, ice, ice is so helpful.

    You can do quad strengthening exercises without having to bend your knee...even in bed. Just flexing it repetitively is one. Also, keeping your knee straight...
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    Yep. So was my younger sister (18 mos. younger...

    Yep. So was my younger sister (18 mos. younger than me). She showed up with bad pap smears when she was 17 (back in the early 70's). She had a cervical "freeze" and no problems after. She's now...
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    I don't know the contents of the supplements...

    I don't know the contents of the supplements mentioned, but the only thing I personally witnessed with a friends "easily excitable" TB gelding was Thiamine (B1) supplementation. Put him on...
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    This. I HATE to hear about handlers punishing a...

    This. I HATE to hear about handlers punishing a stallion for dropping by going for the penis...this is what you wind up with. Frustration to the point of self-mutilating.

    I'd try this or...
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    No..different horse. Hanoverian. :)

    No..different horse. Hanoverian. :)
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    They are not open ledge nesters, so I doubt that...

    They are not open ledge nesters, so I doubt that would work.

    Do the owners know how wonderful they are for keeping flying insects (including mosquito populations that spread disease to people and...
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    I didn't realize there was a difference, but I...

    I didn't realize there was a difference, but I would think they would be one in the same, considering an arthroscope would be needed for the procedure. I had to have lots of loose meniscus and a...
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    I had the same surgery you did in early February....

    I had the same surgery you did in early February. I'm just ready now to get back in the saddle. That said, it's not completely recovered yet...still hurts when I try to lock my knee and still have...
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    The one that sticks out most as the most lovely...

    The one that sticks out most as the most lovely and relaxing was at the Crane Beach Hotel in Barbados...south coast, away from the crowds. It was an old Governor's mansion built into a cliff over...
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    My stallion, Argosy, stepped on a construction...

    My stallion, Argosy, stepped on a construction screw while standing at a stallion station his first year breeding.

    All the way in, at the frog, so the vet told them not to pull the screw out,...
  11. Thread: Guess the breed?

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    So many people fail to understand that a...

    So many people fail to understand that a warmblood is not a "breed" (pure bred, like AQHAs, TBs, Fiords, Fresians, Andalusians, Lusitanos, TWH's etc).

    Unless a horse is actually registered in...
  12. Thread: Guess the breed?

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    So hard to know, but the bay looks like she could...

    So hard to know, but the bay looks like she could be a WB/TB x. No clue about the other one.
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    My favorite is probably Spring mix with arugula, ...

    My favorite is probably Spring mix with arugula, thinly sliced Asian pear, crumbled gorgonzola, chopped English walnuts with a walnut oil/white balsamic vinegar to dress. Yum!

    Love, love, love...
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    Other than Hilda Gurney's "Keen" few ever make it...

    Other than Hilda Gurney's "Keen" few ever make it to top levels...and he never raced, but was hot as a firecracker. But she was an expert dressage rider and trainer.

    That said, may this horse...
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    :lol:

    :lol:
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    From what I read, the vast majority of the...

    From what I read, the vast majority of the witnesses in this trial were called by the defense -- yet they lost. That says A LOT.

    Let's remember, in our country the sentence is not passed by media...
  17. Thread: RIP BB King

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    Saw him several times, too, in the 70's. So...

    Saw him several times, too, in the 70's. So memorable!

    "The Trill is Gone"...RIP BB.
  18. When I was breeding, I too tended to start in...

    When I was breeding, I too tended to start in mid-May. We've had snow in early April and don't want to deal with that and a newborn. Never had a problem breeding a little later.:)
  19. Thank you! I'm so bad about typos. Thanks for...

    Thank you! I'm so bad about typos. Thanks for the correction. :)
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    Brilliant! :)

    Brilliant! :)
  21. My stallion, "Argosy", is standing in Oklahoma at...

    My stallion, "Argosy", is standing in Oklahoma at Avalon Equine, which is also a superb equine reproduction facility (equine-reproduction.com) and is quite refining.

    He was highly popular in...
  22. This. Not all stallions freeze equally. And...

    This. Not all stallions freeze equally. And even if the post thaw motility numbers are adequate it does not guarantee conception.

    It's always important to find out before you breed with frozen,...
  23. I'm a long-time breeder (retired from breeding...

    I'm a long-time breeder (retired from breeding mares now), but I would recommend that you keep her at home, as long as you have a seasoned and reliable repro vet and she teases well (or you...
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    As someone mentioned, frittatta is a great use of...

    As someone mentioned, frittatta is a great use of eggs, a lovely for a brunch or dinner. Most recipes I see use a whole dozen.

    With all the fresh garden goodies starting to be ready, one of my...
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    Yes. Alarmed as well. But if I didn't, I would...

    Yes. Alarmed as well.

    But if I didn't, I would never say that I don't on the internet. ;)
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