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  1. Another vote for Brendan!

    Another vote for Brendan!
  2. Definitely talk to your vet about reserpine. It...

    Definitely talk to your vet about reserpine. It last about 2 weeks in my experience. You start with a low dose and you can top them off two days later if they are still too springy ??
    This is a...
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    What breed of animal is it and what do you intend...

    What breed of animal is it and what do you intend to do with it?

    My vet suggests exploratory X rays on hocks and feet, possibly stifles. Other areas if they raise a reason for concern.
    He...
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    Try "cowboy auctions" and "high end tack...

    Try "cowboy auctions" and "high end tack auctions"
    On Facebook. I'm an addict. I love bits and headstalls! :)
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    try classic equine. I really love their products....

    try classic equine. I really love their products.
    The first link you posted is a combo boot, I'm not a huge fan of them, much prefer a leg boot and a bell boot separate.
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    I had a mare I showed two years ago that despite...

    I had a mare I showed two years ago that despite being in heavy work, was such a tank that her cut her feed. I think it works if you don't feed garbage hay.
    is it just hat particular feed that...
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    I feed half alfalfa, half grass hay and rolled...

    I feed half alfalfa, half grass hay and rolled oats and a red and a white salt block to every horse in our barn. No multi vitamin supplements. Not other feeds. Every horse is in good weight, slick...
  8. Love my CSI pad!!!

    Love my CSI pad!!!
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    Red and black looks awesome on a bay!!!!

    Red and black looks awesome on a bay!!!!
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    What part of the country are you in? Track vets...

    What part of the country are you in? Track vets are often handier and a little more resourceful and old school than a typical small practice vet. I love mine, he's worth his weight in gold!
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    I currently have one on stall test for a...

    I currently have one on stall test for a longitudinal fracture of the sesamoid.
    The higher up the sesamoid the fracture occurs, the better the prognosis. If it breaks completely, they are lucky to...
  12. For reiners, it all depends on the horse. ...

    For reiners, it all depends on the horse.
    Pretty standard for me is to get on an hour before I show. A draw sheet is posted about 90 min before your class starts and at an average of 5 minutes a...
  13. We use saddle Lac on our show saddles. Just the...

    We use saddle Lac on our show saddles. Just the skirt and swells where you see it. Doesn't make the saddle slick but you can see your face in it!
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    Remember that being a contractor you can write...

    Remember that being a contractor you can write off anything that can be used for your business, that's a huge help. Plus sometimes mileage if you travel to more than one place for work.
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    I am employed by the ranch. So they take in all...

    I am employed by the ranch. So they take in all monies for board, training etc., they provide the boarding end and employee someone to clean stalls, feed, etc. I am paid a flat rate to ride X number...
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    Look at some past threads I've commented on, I've...

    Look at some past threads I've commented on, I've posted a lot about maintaining control, slowing gaits and keep your horses attention.
    As for teaching your horse to neck rein, I'm afraid if...
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    Refer to the post on ranch riding - slowing the...

    Refer to the post on ranch riding - slowing the lope. There's some good advice in that post, although I don't suggest doing what the poster did and galloping her horse in a tight circle til she wore...
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    If you have it all figured out and fixed, I'm not...

    If you have it all figured out and fixed, I'm not sure why you came back to respond 5 additional times?
    I'm tickled that whatever you did worked for you and your horse but in regards to getting the...
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    Every agreement is different but the barn owner...

    Every agreement is different but the barn owner is paid the board and training and mine is a salary plus 5% commission on sales and 40% showing winnings.
    Any lessons on my own time are split 50/50.
  20. My vet has always put them under and just two...

    My vet has always put them under and just two small incisions, bing bang boom, done in a half hour. Never a complication or swelling. They're ready to rock and roll in a week.
    We had a half dozen...
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    That might work temporarily or perhaps long term...

    That might work temporarily or perhaps long term but to me that's intimidating your horse. You're saying, "you want to fight? Let's go. I can win." Which when you physically exhauste your horse, you...
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    You've got a nice bred boy on your hands! My...

    You've got a nice bred boy on your hands! My three also have Doc O'Lena on their papers :)
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    I personally know him and his owner. Great lady...

    I personally know him and his owner. Great lady and an awesome horse!
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    In any discipline you will find particular barns...

    In any discipline you will find particular barns or trainers that seem to have a higher rate of injuries and lameness. I would say their is not a breed or discipline that notoriously cripples horses....
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    A few things I do with my reiners, You mentioned...

    A few things I do with my reiners,
    You mentioned your horse gets anxious if you do something like turn him into the fence when he gets ahead of you and I agree. I wouldn't do that. Because...
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