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  1. Over the years I have used Abler pop rocks,...

    Over the years I have used Abler pop rocks, Gastrogard, and Horse Prerace omeprazole somewhat interchangeably (meaning the pop rocks and prerace omep seem to act identically - on my horse - as...
  2. Odd comment. I'm on the West Coast and ride in...

    Odd comment. I'm on the West Coast and ride in Counties, as do many of my (non-eventer) friends :confused:

    All of my horses are of the shark-fin withered type. I've never found a saddle to fit...
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    I have my guy listed on exchangehunterjumper.com....

    I have my guy listed on exchangehunterjumper.com. I've been totally impressed by Amber and her team and think his ad looks fabulous. With that being said, I haven't gotten any inquiries from the ad...
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    I've used the hackamore over a bit trick a couple...

    I've used the hackamore over a bit trick a couple of times. If the cheekpieces for your bit go on the top holes you're in good shape because you just have to buckle the cheekpieces of the hackamore a...
  5. I used to have the health cert signed and stamped...

    I used to have the health cert signed and stamped by the on site vet when I was crossing the border, but they changed how things were done at the crossing I use in the last couple of years. Now I...
  6. Consignor is you with your horse's home address...

    Consignor is you with your horse's home address (your barn if he's not kept at your home).

    Consignee is you with the horseshow (or wherever he will be stabled) address.

    Name and address of...
  7. These threads always make me feel a little...

    These threads always make me feel a little better. Nice to know that there are others doing the same insane day-in-and-day-out juggling routine!

    I have 2 kids and 6 horses at home and a full time...
  8. I've had it happen a few times to 2 of my horses...

    I've had it happen a few times to 2 of my horses and neither of them have stayed lame past a a day or two beyond the start of antibiotics. In one case the swelling was dramatic enough that it took...
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    I'm coming up with my 5yo for the young horse...

    I'm coming up with my 5yo for the young horse finals class next week....assuming I make it back home from Calgary in one piece at the end of this week!
  10. Like others have said, the insurance pool...

    Like others have said, the insurance pool argument seems tenuous at best. I mean if you're going to take that argument then how about picking on people who ride horses AT ALL. The danger is more in...
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    Most of my horses get a Mg supplement in one form...

    Most of my horses get a Mg supplement in one form or another. Over the years I've done 1) a custom blend of my Glanzen supplement with additional Mg, 2) Quiessence, and 3) MagRestore (I think that's...
  12. Don't knock the sausage casing until you've tried...

    Don't knock the sausage casing until you've tried the sausage casing ;)
  13. I pulled out my green hunt coat circa 1991/92...

    I pulled out my green hunt coat circa 1991/92 back in 2011 before anyone was starting to rock the green hunt coats again. The gold clincher bridle (with browband AND noseband) also came out of the...
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    My daughter did leadline through last year over...

    My daughter did leadline through last year over here on the other side of the mountains. Even at the biggest shows (like Tbird) the kids were in a variety of different types of clothes. Very rarely...
  15. Gastroguard (omeprazole) helps stomach ulcers,...

    Gastroguard (omeprazole) helps stomach ulcers, but it can exacerbate hind gut ulcers, so if he's still on it that could be a part of why the hind gut ulcers aren't getting better.

    Have you tried...
  16. I absolutely love those sheets! I've gone through...

    I absolutely love those sheets! I've gone through many Amigo BugBuster sheets over the years, and I usually get 2 summers out of one sheet. I had one horse who had really bad sweet itch and would end...
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    My daughter moved up to the short stirrups (2'3")...

    My daughter moved up to the short stirrups (2'3") at our last (big) show (Thunderbird in BC) and there were no oxers. I wish there were because it makes the courses easier for her to remember (or at...
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    You don't need vets to tell you or prescribe...

    You don't need vets to tell you or prescribe anything to treat hindgut ulcers. You can put him on Succeed, as many people have mentioned on this thread and your other. Yes, Sucralfate would also help...
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    I think monogrammed non-wrap collars are probably...

    I think monogrammed non-wrap collars are probably the equivalent of the old gold pins now. As are patterned shirts circa 2000-2010. I think it would be safe to sell/send the show shirts on. I would...
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    www.justforponies.com is always where I've gotten...

    www.justforponies.com is always where I've gotten boots for my daughter.

    Also usually lots of options on ebay.
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    I had a mare that I showed in the 1.40m jumpers...

    I had a mare that I showed in the 1.40m jumpers who had very limited energy reserves. I had to manage her very carefully to get a week of showing out of her without some serious flagging at the end....
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    Many of the Equine Couture breeches have rubbery...

    Many of the Equine Couture breeches have rubbery knee patches too. I always feel grippier in my ECs than I do in any other brand (many of which have the silicon/rubber knee patches)!
  23. CC - I'm right there with you! We're heading into...

    CC - I'm right there with you! We're heading into week 2 of showing up north of the border this week. Last year at this show we were in the midst of rainy, cold, wet system. This year the temps spent...
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    Didn't you start a thread a while back asking if...

    Didn't you start a thread a while back asking if omeprazole could cause colic? I will say again, as I said there, that the answer is, "usually not, but in some horses yes, it can."

    I will also...
  25. Boy do I feel your pain! My boy's leg blew up...

    Boy do I feel your pain! My boy's leg blew up with a case of cellulitis on Friday and we're hauling to Canada on Tuesday morning for a couple of weeks of shows. Ugh!

    Same story, we caught it...
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