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    Homemade chicken soup with mini farfalle pasta.

    Homemade chicken soup with mini farfalle pasta.
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    I've had several vets do this (my vet, working...

    I've had several vets do this (my vet, working for me as a buyer) and I've always felt it was appropriate. Likewise, comments about what the horse is like to work around are welcomed and, IMHO,...
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    One lovely horse after another.

    One lovely horse after another.
  4. Thread: The Oscars

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    According to this one has to be a member of the...

    According to this one has to be a member of the Academy. Which she may or may not have been. http://mashable.com/2015/02/22/joan-rivers-in-memoriam-oscars/
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    I thought Birdman was well constructed and acted,...

    I thought Birdman was well constructed and acted, with some very clever lines, but it left me wondering what the point was. The person sitting next to me at the theater asked what I thought of it at...
  6. Thread: Skinny kitty

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    Is she eating basically the same amount, more or...

    Is she eating basically the same amount, more or less, and losing weight? If so, I'd be worried about thyroid issues or something else going on. Might be worth at least a conversation with your vet....
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    Same here. So I offer you this....

    Same here. So I offer you this.
    https://www.facebook.com/uscdf
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    Wonder bit?

    Wonder bit?
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    Dressage and eventing rules evolved from FEI...

    Dressage and eventing rules evolved from FEI rules. Hunter and equitation rules did not.
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    I would definitely contribute to a crowd source...

    I would definitely contribute to a crowd source on this.
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    My only experience with this is via a horse a...

    My only experience with this is via a horse a friend had vetted and eventually bought. The horse had come from Europe some time ago. Vet scanned for a chip, found one, and got the chip number....
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    The set of microchipped horses could include...

    The set of microchipped horses could include those whose owners had them microchipped. A horse does not have to be registered or have a known identity to be microchipped. At least then you'd have a...
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    Somewhere there's a huge file of "missing and...

    Somewhere there's a huge file of "missing and lost" passports, akin to the thick file of Jockey Club papers that a certain former kill buyer out here used to have. A friend needed papers for a...
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    I always assumed it was because the dressage...

    I always assumed it was because the dressage rules are horse-based and more FEI-based than some (most? nearly all, except eventing?) other divisions. Compare the schooling tack rules for dressage and...
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    If the USEF is still listening... For some...

    If the USEF is still listening...

    For some reason I still am a member, in spite of not having graced a USEF-sanctioned arena since 2008. I keep hoping and there's a part of me that says I should...
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    I'd shorten in, using the methods that others...

    I'd shorten in, using the methods that others have described or similar. I've had good luck with either cutting and then pulling, or back-combing and scissoring, pointing the blades up at an angle....
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    The Santa Monica to PV commute can be hellish at...

    The Santa Monica to PV commute can be hellish at the wrong time of day. It could even take longer than Santa Monica to Chino Hills, depending on the time of day. If the OP is seeking someone with...
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    Reply based on the assumption that it's wobblers...

    Based on what I've read and seen the prognosis and progression are varied. During a pre-purchase of a horse for a friend of mine, the vet...
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    Golden Stirrup (a better version of Rusty Stirrup)

    Golden Stirrup (a better version of Rusty Stirrup)
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    Mine arrived with the address label helpfully...

    Mine arrived with the address label helpfully over the hoof in question. ;)
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    At least this sounds like progress, but I don't...

    At least this sounds like progress, but I don't envy what you have to do. Maybe wear a mask to help with some of the smell, if there is any. That's what I remember the most, not so much with Star...
  22. http://socalequine.com ...

    http://socalequine.com

    http://www.horsetrader.com

    http://www.ridingmagazine.com

    There are several So-Cal horse-related Facebook groups. Not all of them are for exactly what you're looking...
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    Yes.
  24. Interesting article. Makes me think back to a...

    Interesting article. Makes me think back to a year ago when we did blocks on Skipper that indicted suspensory area. Couldn't find anything via ultrasound. Hand walked. Cold hosed. Wrapped. No change....
  25. Not to derail but there is something about the...

    Not to derail but there is something about the placement of the nerves to my back teeth that makes it hard to block them if you're not aware. There may be a genetic component as my dad has the same...
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