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    Stallion Luctor

    Anyone remember Luctor ridden by the Faircloughs's?
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    Proper dress for schooling show

    What is considered proper attire for schooling shows? Can a vest be worn instead of a jacket? Does the horse have to be braided?
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    Thanks for all the interesting comments and good...

    Thanks for all the interesting comments and good advice! I still love the little brat inspite of his habit!
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    Treated 1 month with Ranitidine. Has forage...

    Treated 1 month with Ranitidine. Has forage present all day and night. He mother couldn't wait to get rid of him. He is turned out with his pony/surrogate who protects him from everyone. He is fed...
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    All ready treated for ulcers. definately not...

    All ready treated for ulcers. definately not teething
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    Doug Payne is great! He is laid back, but has a...

    Doug Payne is great! He is laid back, but has a great work ethic. He trained my young horse last year and I am very happy. PM me if you want more detail.
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    Cribbing 8 month foal

    Ugh, the little monster is cribbing. Any recommendations for collars etc. I have never seen one this young crib. He had a non-traumatic weaning, has many buddies and seems to do it after feeding. I...
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    No

    We have our annual or permanent flock of Canada Geese and have not experienced any health problems in my horses. They leave big deposits, but the horses leave these offerings alone. However, my Welsh...
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    Still ok!!!:):):):)

    Still ok!!!:):):):)
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    UPDATE

    This weekend, the pacing and weaving finally pushed me beyond reason. I found Ms. Poorly Socialized, weaving like a maniac in her stall which had paddock access. I escorted her to her neighbor's...
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    clarification

    I am the owner, manager, vet on the farm. The horse has been a problem in several situations, as far as pacing etc.
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    Thank you for all your help. Since the original...

    Thank you for all your help. Since the original posting, I spoken with the current owner of the horse (who is a friend) and we have reached the conclusion that it would be better to err on the side...
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    LuvmyTb - I agree, I will be very careful! I put...

    LuvmyTb - I agree, I will be very careful! I put her in a paddock adjacent to the the mare field and the alpha hated her: charged at her, snorted like a frieght train and even the meakest mare did...
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    Great Minds think alike

    I would love to turn this neurotic Horsie in my mare group. The field is 30 acres. Surely she can find her own space. I am awaiting the ice to disappear so she doesn't get hurt and slip. The owner is...
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    Poorly socialized horse

    I have a new boarder that has been primarily handled with "kid-gloves". She has never been turned out with other horses and was kept isolated as a yearling. She freaks out when she can't see the...
  16. There is an excellent veterinary optho at New...

    There is an excellent veterinary optho at New Bolton Center
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    Try Catskill Animal Sanctuary or try Dawn Animal Agency (which has a large farm in Orange County NY) Dawn I believe is in NYC and you can google Catskill.
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    SMF11 that's a great idea! I ride during the day....

    SMF11 that's a great idea! I ride during the day. Currently, I ride with the guy who is breaking my young horse(he rides one and ponies the other). However, I need to find someone to hang while I...
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    Motivation

    I'd rank motivation and safety as the top two reasons for a nanny/buddy
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    Riding nanny

    What do you think about a hired rider pal (if you can't find a regular rider pal) during work hours (9-5), to accomany you on trail rides or hang out while you ride the youngsters? How much would you...
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    sweat glands!

    sweat glands!
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    I want to make sure that Weser-ems foals can be...

    I want to make sure that Weser-ems foals can be inspected at the GOV inspections. Also, my foal will be at three weeks at the time of the closest inspection is that considered an issue?
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    I would love to go but I think I am too old!...

    I would love to go but I think I am too old! Please let me know if any other pony riding adults are going????
  24. and I can recommend a "real farrier" to trim feet...

    and I can recommend a "real farrier" to trim feet - pretty insulting to the veterinary community
  25. If anyone is interested: There is a workshop...

    If anyone is interested: There is a workshop "Investigating Animal Cruelty" on Saturday, April 25, 2008, co-sponsored by NYS Humane Association and the Orange County Sherriff's Office. (845)336-4514,...
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