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  1. Contact the authors?...

    Contact the authors?
    http://www.warmbloodstallionsna.com/contactus.php
  2. The email has been up for several days, and has...

    The email has been up for several days, and has been getting a lot of traffic. I'll look into the issue and see if it's a typo on the press release, or an issue on the website.
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    In breeding you get what you select for. If you...

    In breeding you get what you select for. If you are breeding for coat color, temperament, or performance attributes, then that's what you'll get. If you are selecting for fertility, then that's...
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    If papers were important to you, you would not...

    If papers were important to you, you would not have gotten a mare that came without papers. I'm sure that it's just curiosity on your part that brings you to ask the question, but, as BH says above,...
  5. If that offends you, then you will be shocked to...

    If that offends you, then you will be shocked to learn that "chemo-brain" is a common term/condition that is openly acknowledged and discussed among chemo patients and their HCP's. It's short-hand...
  6. Just had to quote the whole post again. MVP,...

    Just had to quote the whole post again. MVP, that is one of the best posts on sporthorse breeding I've read in the 15 years this board has existed. I wish it was going to be read by a wider...
  7. Wow MistyBlue. Great post.

    Wow MistyBlue. Great post.
  8. No, they do not "hate them". I've bred several...

    No, they do not "hate them". I've bred several now and they or their offspring have gone on to have serious careers in the hunters. They've been (variously) reserve top colt, top filly, champion...
  9. No. What's at work here is the high heritability...

    No. What's at work here is the high heritability of jumping talent, and having that proclivity missing on the damside....not dressage gaits per se.
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    VB, could you post December dates as well? (July...

    VB, could you post December dates as well? (July foal)

    Thanks!
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    Laurie, let's talk. I'll email you this morning.

    Laurie, let's talk. I'll email you this morning.
  12. Thread: foal halter

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    Try calling Quillin to see if they will custom a...

    Try calling Quillin to see if they will custom a halter for you, or alter the one you already have. Bet they will...
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    I STRONGLY recommend that you sign up for an...

    I STRONGLY recommend that you sign up for an online account for The Horse. Its an official publication of the AAEP (Amer. Assoc. of Equine Practitioners). They have up-to-the-minute, in depth...
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    Don't think so. Debbie Easter would have been in...

    Don't think so. Debbie Easter would have been in her late teens then, in college or working for JCIS. In the early 90's she was Reynold's BM manager, foaling out 100 mares a season. She wasn't...
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    The initial expense is short-term only. In 8 -...

    The initial expense is short-term only. In 8 - 10 years, any horse you buy will have been DNA'd and chipped by either the breeder or the importer. If this kind of ID program had been adopted 25...
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    I have one mare who is very sensitive to the...

    I have one mare who is very sensitive to the estrogen-like compounds found in clover. Every year she will build a small bag, and can be milked during clover season.

    i don;t know if you have...
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    The Australian website is wrong. The definitive...

    The Australian website is wrong. The definitive history of the Hanoverian breed is the von Stenglin book extensively referenced by Kyzteke above, which was translated to English in 1983.

    It makes...
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    Actually Angela.......

    Actually Angela....
    https://rotj.wordpress.com/2011/01/14/war-horse-at-virginia-historical-society/

    And for a short while it stood in the courtyard of the Chronicle of the Horse.

    Just an...
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    I think it is legit. Virginia is one of the...

    I think it is legit. Virginia is one of the participating states for the 2015 survey, to take place from May through July.

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  20. This made me smile. If I get up in the night and...

    This made me smile. If I get up in the night and can't fall back asleep, i'll go in the study to read. I've learned NOT to turn the lights on in the study and read by Kindle-light. If I turn on...
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    I received an answer from the state vet -...

    I received an answer from the state vet - Virginia. Should they attend an "equine event", foals are not required to have a coggins under 6 months and still nursing. I was directed this page, where...
  22. If I see him again, i'll tell him to return to...

    If I see him again, i'll tell him to return to you! He was extremely cool. I had never seen one before. I thought it was a Coopers until I realized he was too small.
  23. Interesting. As a young woman blue jays were...

    Interesting. As a young woman blue jays were very apparent, then for 20 years they seemed absent. This year, i've seen more blue jays than in the last 10.

    Our bluebirds are here, along with a...
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    I found this fairly fascinating, as Virginia...

    I found this fairly fascinating, as Virginia wasn't listed.

    Apparently, the Code changed in 2011. The way it's now written is pretty crappy, as it does not address foals at foot, and is vague...
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    Are they currently sharing a fenceline? You've...

    Are they currently sharing a fenceline? You've described what my set-up has been for the last 14 years. The new mom goes out in the half-acre paddock, with attached stall from birth to whenever mom...
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