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  1. Can't see the pictures but what you are saying is...

    Can't see the pictures but what you are saying is the perfect example of a popped gravel. The horse is lame before it pops. By the time the owner sees the oozing puss and calls a veterinarian...
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    In the long run it doesn't matter. Like...

    In the long run it doesn't matter. Like trubandloki I have seen horses manage to get themselves in a lot of trouble. When a horse gets its head stuck the result is almost always bad.
    A wile back...
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    Rabon works. All horses need to be on it. It...

    Rabon works. All horses need to be on it. It only works on insects that lay eggs on the manure.
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    The placement of the support is critical. There...

    The placement of the support is critical. There are very important blood vessels you do not want to interfere with around the frog. Also improper placement can cause the coffin bone to tip down...
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    If it was my horse he would be turned out for at...

    If it was my horse he would be turned out for at least 2 months and maybe as long as 6 more. As a farrier I have seen a lot of tendon and ligament damage on clients horses and many different...
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    I wish I could offer you good news. My stallion...

    I wish I could offer you good news. My stallion was treated at an University for Lymes. 1.5 years later he had liver failure from the Lymes. When they did a necropsy they found the Lymes organism...
  7. WOW, so sorry for your fall. The first thing you...

    WOW, so sorry for your fall. The first thing you need to learn to do is to post rather then to pump. There is no reason for you to put all that energy into posting (or horrors, standing in the...
  8. Gaited horses are everywhere. Even some Arabs...

    Gaited horses are everywhere. Even some Arabs and Appaloosas are gaited. Most lesson horses are chosen for their disposition and high tolerance, not their smoothness.
    I find very few walkers...
  9. Better than PT is an OT, Occupational Therapist. ...

    Better than PT is an OT, Occupational Therapist. You will get help for the pain along with exercises tailored to get you back to functioning. A good OT will teach you what to do so you can mount,...
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    <<So, new farrier puts on a bar shoe with the bar welded to the bottom of the shoe. >>>
    Give some credit where cedit is due!! Odds are he will stay sound if you keep the farrier that knows what he...
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    Find an Occupational Therapist that works with...

    Find an Occupational Therapist that works with lympadema. OT can really help!
  12. Has he been tested for Lymes?

    Has he been tested for Lymes?
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    YES!!! This is also why my daughter and I will...

    YES!!! This is also why my daughter and I will not ever be riding one of their rides.
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    Do your own test. Lay a metal shoe on you hand...

    Do your own test. Lay a metal shoe on you hand and hit it. Do the same with a boot. What one does dissipate concussion and shock and will assist in weight bearing... :D

    For all of my horses I go...
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    Not only do I like this comment I agree! I will...

    Not only do I like this comment I agree! I will also say any of the newer Abettas ride like a two by four and from what I have seen the horses all agree!
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    rainechyldes, could you post a picture of your...

    rainechyldes, could you post a picture of your horse from the die?
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    Y E S !!!!

    Y E S !!!!
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    When you go to look at gaited horses be sure to...

    When you go to look at gaited horses be sure to pick up all 4 feet and see what they are wearing for shoes.
    This will give you an idea on how much work it will be to keep the gait they are doing...
  19. A year ago we had a very nice endurance horse for...

    A year ago we had a very nice endurance horse for sale. We had put 1 1/2 years of steady trail miles on him but no competition. I only had one interested person. I was hoping to get between 1000 and...
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    With all the trails and parks in southern...

    With all the trails and parks in southern Illinois it would really be nice if there were some offered in the southern part of Illinois.
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    Over the years I have adjusted what I am feeding...

    Over the years I have adjusted what I am feeding our endurance horses according to what is available for roughage.
    The only difference feeding our endurance horses from our others has been a simply...
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    If shod properly there will not be a difference....

    If shod properly there will not be a difference. This does not mean "matching" the hooves it means allowing the legs to mechanically move the same. Randy Lukehart (sp?) was spectacular with shoeing...
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    A good saddle starts with a great tree. You would...

    A good saddle starts with a great tree. You would be much better of spending the money on a very good used saddle then a new one.
    I also do not think much of the low end saddles. I have never seen a...
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    You do not say if she gets turned out with...

    You do not say if she gets turned out with buddies to play with or not. Sounds like a horse that is learning you are not in control anymore.
  25. Riding in an Abetta is like riding on a two by...

    Riding in an Abetta is like riding on a two by four!
    I have yet to see any horse rode in one not sore at the end of the ride.

    I really was impressed by the semi synthetic Circle Y. Rode almost as...
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