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    The problem that I can see with this idea, is...

    The problem that I can see with this idea, is that shivers causes horses to have an issue with things that are taught, so teaching something like this just sounds like it would be stressful for the...
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    What job do you think he will eventually be good...

    What job do you think he will eventually be good at? If you think he could do cattle work, teach him a simple roll back into the rail, if you think he could be a gymkhana horse, trot a barrel or pole...
  3. Demeaning to who? The lady who posted her number...

    Demeaning to who? The lady who posted her number perhaps. What she posted was emotional hysteria...definitely not facts.

    I can appreciate people have valid opposing views, but what this lady...
  4. My friend went on National TV to explain the...

    My friend went on National TV to explain the other side of Game hunting: how it serves and benefits the region and the species. She presented facts vs emotional hysteria.

    And some asshat posted...
  5. I am not a hunter. I would likely starve if I had...

    I am not a hunter. I would likely starve if I had to fend for myself.

    My cats however, love to kill things. They like the challenge of sitting quietly until they lure a mouse or bird into their...
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    Lease out your horse (if you own one) and put...

    Lease out your horse (if you own one) and put that money towards PT. Don't pressure yourself to ride now if it is hurting. Even if you can't afford PT twice a week, do what you can, and do the rest...
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    sometimes horses seem to associate physical...

    sometimes horses seem to associate physical discomfort with a physical thing. Is it possible that after surgery he then developed ulcers? Or has nerve pain from the surgery?

    I agree though, that...
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    Getting involved doesn't have to mean as a...

    Getting involved doesn't have to mean as a military. It can also be to offer aid, to help promote economic reform/improvements and so on.

    Extremists can typically only take hold of a population...
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    I agree with giving the meds, but not with...

    I agree with giving the meds, but not with "turning him out the way she wants" as what she wants will compromise another horse.

    I would just give her the three options:
    1) horse goes in smaller...
  10. What type of riding do you do? I have a mare...

    What type of riding do you do?

    I have a mare that is fussy about bits. Likely a combo of her personality and poor dental care prior to her coming to me.

    I tried the expensive KK Ultra, then an...
  11. You have me on the wrong side of the fence....

    You have me on the wrong side of the fence. Idiot. The grass is on the OTHER side.
  12. I think it depends in part, on why you ride. I...

    I think it depends in part, on why you ride. I think I would miss the social aspect if I just had my own horses at home.

    My neighbours have solitary horses, but they can see the horses on my...
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    How did she get the Gapapentin without a...

    How did she get the Gapapentin without a prescription/vet being involved?
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    A hat with a head lamp. The light goes where you...

    A hat with a head lamp. The light goes where you need it to, and no light pollution or expensive bulbs.
  15. So cute! I wonder what her story is? How old...

    So cute!

    I wonder what her story is? How old do you think she is?

    She looks amazing!
  16. I showed my TB in hunter maturities back in the...

    I showed my TB in hunter maturities back in the 90's. He tended to place top of the model hunters. Aside from having horns, he was well put together, and blemish free (despite being an ex-race...
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    The original post states the horse was diagnosed...

    The original post states the horse was diagnosed with neck arthritis before boarding at this facility.
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    My point was you WOULDN'T know. My gelding showed...

    My point was you WOULDN'T know. My gelding showed Gold level dressage with a broken neck...and won a reserve Champion (this was before I knew). It took 2 years to diagnose. The only symptom was that...
  19. I am not sure why I have to have been to Africa...

    I am not sure why I have to have been to Africa to understand the economics of Animal preservation. We have similar issues right here in Canada. Who is a major money raiser to keep privately owned...
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    A neck injection would likely be more effective,...

    A neck injection would likely be more effective, but as far as I know Gabapentin/Neurontin is quite safe (for people), with the main side effect being fatigue/brain fog.

    Just an FYI: I can...
  21. Around here, the OP would have to borrow western...

    Around here, the OP would have to borrow western tack (as she said she was going to).

    My vet shared me a study that horses go faster if the rider is quiet (not kicking with every stride or...
  22. My scribe mentioned that next year they should...

    My scribe mentioned that next year they should just combine the two: dressage riders can try to shoot the judge as they ride by. (I thought shooting the letters may make it easier to find a judge).
  23. It wasn't that long ago people were calling for...

    It wasn't that long ago people were calling for the head of a women posing with a giraffe. In the end it was found out the giraffe was old and had been suffering, and she had been asked to hunt that...
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    OP: agree with you. I am fortunate that I can...

    OP: agree with you. I am fortunate that I can live in a fairly insulated little world, where I can more or less avoid the news if I want to, and avoid dealing with people that I don't want to deal...
  25. Some of the posts on here are pretty ignorant on...

    Some of the posts on here are pretty ignorant on how conservation works, as is that petition. Big Game/trophy hunting absolutely DOES help endangered animals. If an African landowner can make 5...
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