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    Is the horse older? I've seen leases that were...

    Is the horse older? I've seen leases that were well over 50% of the sale price on older horses - because the lessee got to "use up" on of the last competitive years of the horse without carrying any...
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    http://www.justforponies.com/ponybreakawayhalters....

    http://www.justforponies.com/ponybreakawayhalters.aspx
  3. Look for breeders whose programs/offspring you...

    Look for breeders whose programs/offspring you like and send them emails. It's often hard to sell unstarted prospects, so breeders don't always update their listings because they aren't actively...
  4. Neither horse sounds right for you. Buying a...

    Neither horse sounds right for you. Buying a horse is a serious commitment, and not one that should be undertaken lightly. I'd recommend you pass on both of these horses, and look for something...
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    I prefer exercise wraps done with Eskadron liners...

    I prefer exercise wraps done with Eskadron liners and Saratoga bandages (separate, not combos).

    For polos, my favorites are the Waldhausen. I like some stretch, and hate the super fluffy ones.
  6. Read the purpose sections at the top of the test....

    Read the purpose sections at the top of the test.

    The goal at intro is: consistent rhythm, forward energy, accurate geometry, and correct bend.

    Realistically, you are unlikely to see all of...
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    Any age horse can end up being a complete loss if...

    Any age horse can end up being a complete loss if they get injured. Assuming the horse stays sound and succeeds here in your chosen discipline, and grossly oversimplifying things, I'd say value...
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    I would not automatically jump to weaning at 2...

    I would not automatically jump to weaning at 2 months old. Have you tried treating for ulcers?

    The mare owner was probably not expecting the mare back until 6 months post foaling, which is...
  9. There is absolutely nothing wrong with selling a...

    There is absolutely nothing wrong with selling a horse who can be useful to someone else. I personally only apply the "forever" mentality to horses that don't have any useful skills left - i.e. they...
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    For day to day, I like simple scents like Clean...

    For day to day, I like simple scents like Clean Original, Clean Cool Cotton, Fresh Life, and Fresh Citron de Vigne.

    Long times favorites include:
    Estee Lauder Beyond Paradise
    Lolita Lempicka...
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    My "baby" sticked a hair over 16.1 at her PPE at...

    My "baby" sticked a hair over 16.1 at her PPE at 4 years 6 months. She currently sticks at 16.3 (almost 6 y/o). I'd say she's almost doubled in width during that time as well.
  12. Judge Manning: http://www.judgemanning.com/ ...

    Judge Manning:
    http://www.judgemanning.com/

    Elite:
    http://elitehorsetransport.com/
  13. I highly recommend Dr. Lisa Casinella. ...

    I highly recommend Dr. Lisa Casinella. http://www.bwfurlong.com/practice-profile/peak-performance-equine-services-llc/
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    Fusing is painful, but the end will come. The...

    Fusing is painful, but the end will come. The horse may need to just be turned out and not ridden for a few months while you let the process run its course.
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    Correct. There is absolutely no difference...

    Correct. There is absolutely no difference between a tube of Gastroguard and a tube of Ulcerguard before the label is applied. The difference is that one has OTC approval at a lower dose for...
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    Perhaps suggest a book like Lessons with Lendon...

    Perhaps suggest a book like Lessons with Lendon which is both geared towards novices, and straightforward enough for someone without a trainer to follow without getting wildly off track.
  17. Yes. Pass/fail is a shorthand for an ultimate...

    Yes. Pass/fail is a shorthand for an ultimate decision - made by me, not the vet, based upon the findings presented to me and the level of risk I'm willing/able to accept.
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    Bay - TB cross White - Paint or Paint/TB

    Bay - TB cross
    White - Paint or Paint/TB
  19. It used to be dread. Now it's mostly apathy - I...

    It used to be dread. Now it's mostly apathy - I just assume most horses are going to fail. I don't get excited at all anymore until the horse passes the vet.
  20. Your showing should reflect your schooling. Are...

    Your showing should reflect your schooling. Are you able to maintain the expression at home? without mistakes or loss of correctness?
  21. If he seems happy and healthy in his current...

    If he seems happy and healthy in his current living situation, I see no reason to move him. He will learn that you are his new person over time, as you continue to ride him and spend time with him.
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    If it will jump around the Children's Ponies at...

    If it will jump around the Children's Ponies at 2'6" - $15k to $20k.

    If it can't be a hunter or eq pony, $7500.

    If it will pack a short stirrup kid around, somewhere in the middle.
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    He's the pony that paws endlessly because he just...

    He's the pony that paws endlessly because he just knows that eventually someone will give in and give him the treat to shut him up.

    I second trying the short and sweet approach. "I am free to see...
  24. Other than what's been said already about...

    Other than what's been said already about teaching concepts - not perfection...

    IMHO, the levels are only a guide. Horses progress faster or slower in different gaits and movements. Newer...
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    Always, house and cars. I even lock the inside...

    Always, house and cars. I even lock the inside door from the garage to the house just in case. First floor windows closed and locked too.
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