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  1. Durasole, just don't use on frogs if you don't...

    Durasole, just don't use on frogs if you don't want frogs to toughen up. Some horses just do better with shoes. My thin soled TB certainly falls into that category.
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    cost wise, rolled cotton or rolled gauze? What's...

    cost wise, rolled cotton or rolled gauze? What's going to give me the most bang for my buck?
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    Yep, polos & no bows are to help immobilize...

    Yep, polos & no bows are to help immobilize joint. Definitely need to ask my vet how long "pressure bandage" needs be on for. Will do on Monday. :)

    Any idea how many uses I can get out of rolled...
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    Here is a pic of the closest thing I could find...

    Here is a pic of the closest thing I could find to my wrap job, minus the vet wrap on top to cover everything: ...
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    Calling all bandaging experts

    My horse has a cut across front of fetlock on hind leg. Can't be stitched and it opens up every time he bends it. Two weeks out from initial injury. I have to clean & rewrap every 2-3 days.
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    A big thanks to all so far for your feedback and...

    A big thanks to all so far for your feedback and keep those responses coming if you feel like sharing in this poll.

    My OTTB has had a few episodes of cellulitis & 1 major lymphangitis scare along...
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    Here are my responses btw: 1) Thoroughbred...

    Here are my responses btw:
    1) Thoroughbred (OTTB)
    2) Utah
    3) Stall with daily turnout 4 hours in dirt paddock
    4) Not sure of initial onset (since horse had multiple owners before), but first...
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    Cellulitis/Lymphangitis - quick poll

    Cellulitis/Lymphangitis - for those of you that have had horses with this issues, can you please answer any or all of the following questions:
    1) Breed of horse
    2) State (or region of country)...
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    Everything Lieb Schon said! Take lots of video. ...

    Everything Lieb Schon said! Take lots of video. When I was looking, it was also very important to make sure my own saddle fit the horse since it was expensive and there was zero chance of husband...
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    Love my Essex Talent Yarn (thanks to great...

    Love my Essex Talent Yarn (thanks to great suggestions from other COTHers a few months ago) :). You may want something warmer for your winter shows though.
  11. Saxon & Kensington size 78 definitely ran smaller...

    Saxon & Kensington size 78 definitely ran smaller than my 78 Weatherbeetas (they both seemed about a foot shorter lengthwise).
  12. Joie - does this mean a 78 Weatherbeeta should...

    Joie - does this mean a 78 Weatherbeeta should fit similar to a 78 Amigo/Rambo/Rhino? Thanks again. :)
  13. Calling all blanket experts - similar sizing to Weatherbeeta?

    I am in the market for a new turnout blanket for my medium boned/high withered 16.2 H Thoroughbred. I have 3 Weatherbeeta turnouts size 78 that fit him great.

    Seems like the Weatherbeetas are...
  14. FWIW - I did clean & bed my own stall last winter...

    FWIW - I did clean & bed my own stall last winter (and bedded it several inches deeper than barn staff) and it didn't seem to make a difference. Like a few others have mentioned above, the rubs may...
  15. Stall bedding is very fine (almost like sawdust)...

    Stall bedding is very fine (almost like sawdust) pine shavings. Bedding material itself is quite soft not coarse. I don't have much control over how much bedding my horse gets since that is...
  16. horse bed sores - prevention/treatment recommendations appreciated

    It's that time of year again when my thin-skinned OTTB starts laying down in his stall and gets bed sores on his front legs. Tried a few different versions of bed sore boots but stopped using them...
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    Maybe a "Duh" question, but are you using spurs? ...

    Maybe a "Duh" question, but are you using spurs? Extremely helpful in teaching my OTTB to leg-yield early on. A little pressure with the spur and "Good Girl!" when she moves off the leg even a...
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    Seems like trainer & student just need to have a...

    Seems like trainer & student just need to have a conversation to figure this out. As a student, I would ask trainer if we could do makeup lessons OR if missed lesson costs could be taken off show...
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    Thanks for the suggestions. Definitely leaning...

    Thanks for the suggestions. Definitely leaning toward Essex Talent Yarn now. Anyone seen or worn the Essex Nips Menlo shirt?
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    Need show shirt suggestions ASAP

    Because SmartPak is having a one-day sale today. :D

    I ride hunters. Looking for a white show shirt with the following criteria:
    -wrap collar (no rat-catcher)
    -soft, breathable material. Would...
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    UPDATE - Couldn't be prouder of my horse at his...

    UPDATE - Couldn't be prouder of my horse at his first show! He really stepped up his game. He was up, but on his best behavior. Most lead changes he nailed on landing or auto (and I only remember...
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    Rugbug - That makes sense. My horse's left side...

    Rugbug - That makes sense. My horse's left side is definitely his stiff/heavier side and he doesn't want to bend. He switches the front just fine but won't shift his hip over for the back change. ...
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    Thanks all. Simple changes do make the most...

    Thanks all. Simple changes do make the most sense since I know he won't get a clean flying on his left. He's pretty good at getting the correct lead on landing too, so maybe with a little luck and...
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    First Hunter show - lead change question

    So I finally grew some cajones... Going to my first hunter show next weekend - my horse's first show ever and my first show in a VERY long time. (Eek!) We are doing Medium Stirrup (2 ft).

    My...
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    Thanks for the replies. I don't think anyone who...

    Thanks for the replies. I don't think anyone who knows my horse & I would ever accuse of us taking things too quickly with the training process. :lol: I am quite confident our jump training has...
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