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    Thanks oldernewbie, I appreciate your post!

    Thanks oldernewbie, I appreciate your post!
  2. Not in my experience :(. Even brand new straight...

    Not in my experience :(. Even brand new straight out of the bag and I've had flies land on them.
    Wash them a few times and they are no different than any other flysheet.

    I still buy the Amigo Bug...
  3. Thanks :). They look ever so comfy indeed,...

    Thanks :).

    They look ever so comfy indeed, but if poor quality, I guess I'd better stick to Ariat in that case. For the price, they aren't necessarily all that cheaper than Ariats, hmmm shame.
  4. Sizing of Hoof & Woof Paddock boots vs Ariats please, anyone?

    Has anyone got those latest Hoof & Woof Paddock boots?

    I'm due for a new pair of Ariats, but those perked my interest and figured perhaps I'd give those a try, but I hate the back & forth shipping...
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    I'm using Alcar on a younger horse that's worked...

    I'm using Alcar on a younger horse that's worked a fair bit, and also on a horse that had exercise intolerance issues due to Afib.
    Both get other supplements as well however, but I feel the ALCAR to...
  6. Sorry to read this. I would take it one day at...

    Sorry to read this.
    I would take it one day at the time, but being in Florida, heat & humidity, if he cannot cope, and it's noticeably a struggle, I agree with Poltroon, that it may be time to...
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    I've had some success with the below. ...

    I've had some success with the below.

    http://www.equispa.com/product/not-so-sweet-itch-formula

    I don't think there really is a magic formula out there for those itchy tails due to no-see ums or...
  8. What they experience at the track doesn't always...

    What they experience at the track doesn't always carry over in a different environment, you may very well have to start de-sensitizing all over again when outside of the racing environment.
    For some...
  9. Maybe the entire environment?? Some horses...

    Maybe the entire environment??

    Some horses will have no issues dealing with your loose dogs, kiddy stroller, flying umbrella on the showground, where they know they are to show, about to go in the...
  10. All of them? Some don't make it on the track...

    All of them? Some don't make it on the track because they happen not to be able to deal with it. And thereby they can't do their job or do a stressed out job, some are already stressed just being...
  11. Isn't that like comparing apples and pears. ...

    Isn't that like comparing apples and pears.

    Why make people who don't trailride their or all of their horses feel like it's a failure not to cross-train. One doesn't have to be out there...
  12. If all horses were able to be trained to be a...

    If all horses were able to be trained to be a trailhorse, I guess than all horses can be trained to be matador's bullfighting horse in Spain. Some make it sound like anxiety & instinct is only in the...
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    Thanks Tarynls :).

    Thanks Tarynls :).
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    I am very interested in them too, but hesitant....

    I am very interested in them too, but hesitant.
    I like them because my 21 yr old has an old collateral ligament injury (ringbone & navicular), we couldn't get him sound anymore no matter how we shod...
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    The main reason for feeding it would indeed be...

    The main reason for feeding it would indeed be the resveratrol.
    I have fed it years ago when it first came on the market, I found it rather pricey and then continued by buying resveratrol in bulk,...
  16. Yes, it is almost unreal, since that's the only...

    Yes, it is almost unreal, since that's the only thing I added and the result was rapidly noticeable :).
    It's not classified as a drug, more a supplement, which I feel good about. It's the active...
  17. Octacosanol, big thumbs up for exercise intolerance!

    Not a question, just sharing this information in case it could help someone someday :D.

    My senior sadly relapsed from A-Fib last month. He had been converted in 2007 when he first went into A-Fib...
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    Used it on a horse with itchiness from gnats, it...

    Used it on a horse with itchiness from gnats, it helped. He would get 20 pills a day, never noticed any drowsiness whatsoever.
  19. Thank you :). I can't find any online...

    Thank you :).

    I can't find any online published info on the protocol after initial series.
    Seems it may well be horse dependent and likely not known just yet, due to it being a very recent...
  20. Thank you :). When I discussed the option with...

    Thank you :).
    When I discussed the option with the practice that has it in use for my area I was told it was pretty much a lifelong thing every 3 or 6 mths depending on the aggressiveness of the...
  21. When you research it there are quite some studies...

    When you research it there are quite some studies for curcumin available, some even in reference to melanoma.
    But not a cast & stone equine study has been done, at least not that I am aware of.
    ...
  22. That's how I understood it too, in my case I'd...

    That's how I understood it too, in my case I'd prefer this since he's only got the one at the low end of the tail and to our knowledge nothing anywhere else.
    I'd like to treat this one and then wait...
  23. Besides Oncept, at present there are 2 more...

    Besides Oncept, at present there are 2 more succesful clinical trials I've been made aware of, the one from the university of Florida and another DNA vaccine (I have a feel it's similar to Oncept)...
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    Hi Dune, My horse used to stock up in the...

    Hi Dune,
    My horse used to stock up in the hindlegs when stalled, but I never thought much of this, well at least not at first, I used to just wrap him when stalled.
    When I did not wrap him, the...
  25. FWIW ...

    FWIW

    http://dspace.library.uu.nl/handle/1874/253151



    My young horse actually has a melanoma that we surgically removed & implanted chemo beads, but it returned within 6 months :(.
    My vet...
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