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    A chiropractor can only fix a chiropractic issue....

    A chiropractor can only fix a chiropractic issue. I've had my chiro out to do maintenance and not notice anything before or after---and she'll tell me, she didn't find anything major, hence not...
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    I like these, the HoneyKool pads ...

    I like these, the HoneyKool pads

    http://www.intrepidintl.com/honeykool-high-performace-dressage-pad-p-16210.html
  3. Thread: Adult on pony

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    If he were fine boned, then no, but he's not....

    If he were fine boned, then no, but he's not. You're fine.
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    I'm taking Mike's saddle fitting course starting...

    I'm taking Mike's saddle fitting course starting the end of March. I plan to follow that up down the road with his massage therapy course. I've heard nothing but good things about both programs.
  5. Did you test for the virus? Went through a...

    Did you test for the virus? Went through a similar phase with one of mine just two weeks ago. Had Corona virus. First symptoms presented as mild colic. Temp shot up to 106. Off food and water for...
  6. I feed the crimped mostly because I buy the...

    I feed the crimped mostly because I buy the Triple Crown brand oats and they are triple steamed and cleaned. When I bought the whole oats, they were kinda dirty and dusty. I'm also feeding to two...
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    do you have a trainer? Where is the trainer in...

    do you have a trainer? Where is the trainer in this? If you do not have one, DO NOT JUMP ANYMORE UNTIL YOU DO.

    Everything about this says you are not ready to jump, especially unsupervised by a...
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    I have a mare I'm treating for ulcers right now,...

    I have a mare I'm treating for ulcers right now, most likely developed from banamine treatment due to a sudden high fever and not eating for three days (still awaiting test results, pony has...
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    I don't feed chia by itself, but one of the...

    I don't feed chia by itself, but one of the vit/min supps from Horsetech I like, the Fuel formual, has chia in it.
  10. This. We are a livelier crowd, she didn't state...

    This. We are a livelier crowd, she didn't state that as a bad thing, just something she doesn't ride in front of a lot in Europe and is curious as to how her horse will handle it.
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    yes. I had one for my mini and was disappointed...

    yes. I had one for my mini and was disappointed to learn I couldn't get a replacement when the time came.
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    I do it if I need to. Does not happen often, but...

    I do it if I need to. Does not happen often, but better to throw a blanket over them so they *can* dry than to leave them wet, cold and shivering.
  13. Thread: USDF bronze?

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    Can they be two scores of the same test or do...

    Can they be two scores of the same test or do they need to be different tests per level?
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    This. I find I have to go through a tub of each...

    This. I find I have to go through a tub of each at the end of winter and the end of summer. Usually it's my oldest mare, which makes sense, that will start to get some fungus and sometimes my...
  15. Really that's about the best you CAN do. I have...

    Really that's about the best you CAN do. I have one that had a blockage a few years back pretty major, and he was fine......until this morning. I literally took him this morning as he had blood in...
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    You could just get one of the rubber feed pans so...

    You could just get one of the rubber feed pans so if it gets left in there it's really not a big deal. Can't hurt himself on it.
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    I find today's dressage saddles so hard to ride...

    I find today's dressage saddles so hard to ride in as someone basically new to dressage. It doesn't help that I'm short, so even harder to fit in some of them. I want a close contact saddle with a...
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    Why make the tree/gullet narrower yet still put...

    Why make the tree/gullet narrower yet still put fleece under it? It could be the angle of the photo, but it looks to me that the pommel is high and tilting backward, meaning you've made everything...
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    The biggest thing I get concerned with on a horse...

    The biggest thing I get concerned with on a horse that lives out 24/7 then is stalled for a few days is their body. They are used to moving, then forced to stand. I put standing wraps on all mine...
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    It would depend, but I would be leaning towards...

    It would depend, but I would be leaning towards no given your husband's response. I personally would not rule out a kid's horse just because it has ringbone, to me the determining factors would be...
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    2+2=4 and so does 3+1. More than one way to...

    2+2=4 and so does 3+1. More than one way to state something, neither is wrong.
  22. I always dress for the coldest possible temp. I...

    I always dress for the coldest possible temp. I put blankets on that night, even though it wasn't cold--yet. They had sheets on prior since it was raining, at least in my NC area that day, so I...
  23. Thread: Bloated?

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    What else does she eat? My mare was "bloated" on...

    What else does she eat? My mare was "bloated" on soy.
  24. front and back shimming doesn't help with a...

    front and back shimming doesn't help with a sway/bridge though--makes it worse.

    If a new saddle is not an option, you need a pad that shims in the middle. Like mentioned, ThinLine has a huge line...
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    It really depends on what you are wanting to get...

    It really depends on what you are wanting to get out of it. If I'm feeding just for nutrient value, I feed the pellets as they are much easier to soak and I just mix it in with my beet pulp and soak...
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