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    In the past year +, anxiety similar to yours has...

    In the past year +, anxiety similar to yours has been one of my biggest struggles. I've also had clients to teach with similar situations, a lot of times with horses that are usually a bit greener...
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    Cost of Shavings/Monthly Spreadsheet

    I am making a spreadsheet for a potential barn and am struggling to pull together a monthly cost per horse for shavings. In past we've used bag shavings, and I knew how many bags we used per week at...
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    I agree. My horses below Prelim get very little....

    I agree. My horses below Prelim get very little. If a very hard workout is in the morning so that they will be in the stall for several more hours, I'll sore-no-more legs and wrap.

    My Prelim...
  4. For those who did not read this article, while...

    For those who did not read this article, while who was chosen can be debated, it is insightful as to what type of horse or rider would be chosen. Remembering the Pan Ams are a CCI 2**. ...
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    If they will be jumping any immovable obstacles,...

    If they will be jumping any immovable obstacles, even a small log. Protective vests will/should be required. For the same case close front and back boots. Shod horses aren't required, and bell-boots...
  6. One thing not mentioned that I think is...

    One thing not mentioned that I think is overlooked with ammy/junior horses is basic ground manners. When I'm looking for a horse that's going upper-levels I have a higher tolerance for what I'm...
  7. I will say when I have those types of horses for...

    I will say when I have those types of horses for sale I always have half-a-dozen people approach me inquiring if the horse has an option to lease. These are usually riders w/ 4 to 6k budgets wanting...
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    Thank you for all of your suggestions. We are...

    Thank you for all of your suggestions. We are going for a second viewing later this week, this time family in tow.

    The reason I was quick to mention the lack-of tractor as a possibility is that I...
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    Running Your Own Barn

    I am considering leasing a medium sized farm in central Georgia close to Atlanta. I'm in love with the barn and facility, but would love any input, suggestions, and references to the area.

    I am...
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    Poll: Eventing/Sales App

    I'd like to hear opinions, interests in a Sale Horses App.

    So similar to your Equine.com/EN/Warmblood-Sales sites, but you can view via phone.


    Would this be something you would download to...
  11. I've been a WS quite a few times. Originally it...

    I've been a WS quite a few times. Originally it started during summers, then I fit a 6-month job in-between school. My poor trainers. I will admit I worked my tail off. It paid off in so many ways....
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    Practical Horsemen, shared by Eventing Nation,...

    Practical Horsemen, shared by Eventing Nation, just came out with a wonderful article about riding the canter over the distance.
    I suggest really focusing on the quality of the canter. When I...
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    I will say it has changed drastically in the past...

    I will say it has changed drastically in the past year. Whereas a year ago every horse I posted on equine.com or similar pages received several inquiries within the first week; my recent ads have...
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    I'm actually a Representative for a clothing...

    I'm actually a Representative for a clothing company, and it has been so much fun. I think it depends on what you want to give out of it. I promote them not only on social media, but at horse shows...
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    I'll give an update. I'm on a horse I began...

    I'll give an update. I'm on a horse I began riding in September. Our biggest struggles? Rider's anxiety and relaxation. Today Mary had us in our jump saddles but working on flatwork. We did lots of...
  16. I chose the Deniro's over Sergio Grasso, after...

    I chose the Deniro's over Sergio Grasso, after I'd wanted a pair of Sergio's for years. They are lovely boots. They fit just like the customs on my foot. They had the semi-custom option, as well as a...
  17. Thread: Coaching Fees

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    I might look over in the h/j thread which often...

    I might look over in the h/j thread which often has a program similar to yours.

    I do teach in a program with a similar setup. Most our students do not own their own horses. I'd like to use...
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    I am so excited to make a road trip back to...

    I am so excited to make a road trip back to Virginia from Alabama, especially to ride Andrew Palmer's lovely horse, Gracie! I look forward to meeting lots of COTHers. Look for the large mare and...
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    That's what I was worried about. We have been...

    That's what I was worried about. We have been successful at marketing our eventing prospects to adult amateurs, pros, even young riders looking for something to bring along behind their older...
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    Market for Young Hunters

    I am jumping from my usual Eventing forum. My question revolves on whether there is a market for American-bred young hunters.
    I break several young horses that are usually purpose-bred eventers,...
  21. Thread: Hands?

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    I think I saw this posted earlier, has she ever...

    I think I saw this posted earlier, has she ever practiced holding the reins as driving reins. For a lot of coaches this is actually completely foreign, but I pull it out as soon as my kids reach...
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    I use Dr. Norvall and Dr. Johns at VA Equine...

    I use Dr. Norvall and Dr. Johns at VA Equine Imaging. They are really top class and have been wonderful to discuss horses' issues and have really up to date technology. (When I lived in Middleburg,...
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    As a seller I have a smiler policy: No trial As...

    As a seller I have a smiler policy: No trial
    As a buyer, of course I'm going to ask.

    For me, each day I don't sell a horse it costs me more even with him on trial as I'm going to have to pay his...
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    Equitational, there are Doda's I believe they add...

    Equitational, there are Doda's I believe they add pressure or weight to the hind legs. I know they are illegal for the Young Jumper classes, and I assume in competition. I know very little about...
  25. One of my students rides in the newer Dover...

    One of my students rides in the newer Dover Circuit Pro. I actually rode in the older model. I do like the newer saddle much more than the old. The leather is a nice quality and the blocks help to...
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