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  1. No suggestions to add - you've had some good ones...

    No suggestions to add - you've had some good ones - just a "thank you" from a farrier's wife for opting to find a solution to this, rather than regarding it as the farrier's problem!
  2. Wow, there are some hectic stories here. I...

    Wow, there are some hectic stories here. I always knew I was pregnant. Unfortunately, due to severe endometriosis, I miscarried early. My daughter is a bit of a miracle - I had a laparoscopy and...
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    I have read both CAS arbitration opinions. The...

    I have read both CAS arbitration opinions.

    The facts are a little more complicated.

    The original selection date for SAEF to put forward athletes was never 7 June. It was always 17 June. ...
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    Alex qualified three horses for the Olympics. ...

    Alex qualified three horses for the Olympics.




    Wrong again. The closing date for qualifications was 17 June, not the April date. One of the reasons CAS upheld his appeal was because SAEF...
  5. No, you're with the official statement. There...

    No, you're with the official statement. There are a lot of South Africans who would still put Alex ahead of Paul, despite the relatively new partnership of Alex and Asih. Why? Because he's a...
  6. Well that's the "official" version. Alex comes...

    Well that's the "official" version. Alex comes back regularly to give clinics, although he's based in England.

    Don't get me started on Paul!
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    Try biltong. I think you guys call it beef...

    Try biltong. I think you guys call it beef jerky? It is high in protein, and if you buy it lean, there is hardly any fat. It takes a while to digest, so fills you up, and the salt makes you drink...
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    I haven't read the previous ten pages, stopped...

    I haven't read the previous ten pages, stopped after the first one, when it became apparent that what was being discussed was the poster, not the post.

    I have a problem with people eventing with a...
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    Riding post-partem

    My husband is a rider, and so I always had not only support, but understanding from him, about how hard it is not to ride. My horses have also always been on the property with me, and when my...
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    PS I had a C-section (elective, due to physical...

    PS I had a C-section (elective, due to physical issues I have which prevent Natural, and just because I think it's a whole heap more civilized) and rode again after two weeks - just a gentle hack. I...
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    Mine was a high-risk pregnancy as I'd miscarried...

    Mine was a high-risk pregnancy as I'd miscarried before, and have Grade 3/4 endometriosis, necessitating a laparoscopy during my pregnancy, but I elected to ride throughout for a few reasons:

    1. ...
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    Jump him. Particularly through lines, and get...

    Jump him. Particularly through lines, and get off his face.
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    Are you wanting your horse more FORWARD or more...

    Are you wanting your horse more FORWARD or more REACTIVE?

    Forward is a factor of strength, fitness and balance. Reactive is a factor of training, and rider ability.

    You get forward by...
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    Hi, I had a horse with ulcers, who colicked...

    Hi,

    I had a horse with ulcers, who colicked weekly for a year, and then all symptoms disappeared for about three years. He had one more colic after a big show, and when the vet drenched him with...
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    I don't see any answers to the actual QUESTION...

    I don't see any answers to the actual QUESTION which is whether or not the relative reactiveness of a horse is an inherited trait. How hot a poster's horse might be is irrelevant unless that...
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    I truly hope she recovers fully. What...

    I truly hope she recovers fully.

    What wonderful stories about the dogs in ICU. A friend of mine is a neo-natal ICU nurse, and she has also told of a young patient who received regular "therapy"...
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    I wouldn't be surprised if it was Linda Parelli;...

    I wouldn't be surprised if it was Linda Parelli; it looks like the same kind of craptastic "training" I've seen from every Parelli-loon I've encountered.

    Telling the horse to come here then...
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    If it was that big of a deal and threatened the...

    If it was that big of a deal and threatened the well-being of my horse, I wouldn't be whining about it here on the 'net; I'd be out cleaning it up.
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