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  1. I also, for the most part, agree with this. I...

    I also, for the most part, agree with this. I would do WNV (at least right before the mosquito season) since I don't believe the immune response is especially long-lasting. Rabies and tetanus, while...
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    Any news on the COTH Keeneland tour? Who to...

    Any news on the COTH Keeneland tour? Who to contact/if it is happening? I want to go!!!
  3. Do you mean bronchitis/tracheitis? Or truly...

    Do you mean bronchitis/tracheitis? Or truly esophagitis?
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    Maybe the American endurance riders need to start...

    Maybe the American endurance riders need to start exporting to Europe. Imagine that! :)
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    I agree that most cases don't require life-long...

    I agree that most cases don't require life-long grain soaking. I would probably do that a good 1-2 weeks post choke while the esophagus is healing. If it happens a second time, then I might go for...
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    If the root of the problem is that she has...

    If the root of the problem is that she has difficulty with contact at the canter, perhaps longeing her with the reins attached to the noseband would be beneficial. Then she can get the feeling of the...
  7. I guess what I was getting at had to do with a...

    I guess what I was getting at had to do with a conversation with an ULR who had done many long formats back in the day (so she had a good background). She has adjusted her fitness program for the...
  8. I would not jump to kissing spine. Usually that...

    I would not jump to kissing spine. Usually that needs to be diagnosed with rads, not by swelling on the top of the spine.

    I agree that I'd start looking for a lameness lower down. Suspensory,...
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    I have heard there is science behind it, but you...

    I have heard there is science behind it, but you need to go with manuka honey.

    Barnbrat: I'm surprised that the surgeon used betadine, as I always heard it reduced the rate of healing (one reason...
  10. I would try lengthening your stirrups 2 holes...

    I would try lengthening your stirrups 2 holes from your jumping length, stretch down your leg, and think about applying your leg more from the inside of the calf than the back of your calf. This is...
  11. Also, your leg should lay on the side, very...

    Also, your leg should lay on the side, very gently. But if the horse gets behind the leg with it just laying there, he is not on the aids. You should not need to have the lower leg/heel "ready" for...
  12. I don't think it matters if its dressage or...

    I don't think it matters if its dressage or Dressage, the arms (or any part of the body) should not be locked.

    Now, she may be trying to encourage you to take more contact and get better...
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    He sounds terrible, you should ship him to me. ;)

    He sounds terrible, you should ship him to me. ;)
  14. Or, perhaps they are conditioning for the LF and...

    Or, perhaps they are conditioning for the LF and they need to adjust it for SF conditions?

    I do think it is odd to condition for the short format the same way as you do the long format. They are...
  15. Does anyone know who the vets are on the...

    Does anyone know who the vets are on the cardiovascular and pulmonary study team?

    I wonder if the horses that die from cardiovascular events have a huge history taken (conditioning, history of...
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    I will say, as a spectator, its no fun when your...

    I will say, as a spectator, its no fun when your dog
    1) is walking in crowded trade fair tents--there are already too many people there I don't really like giving up the extra space to dogs. I wish...
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    I have also noticed that she really goes for...

    I have also noticed that she really goes for time, pretty much every ride. Its a little worrying. I understand the jumper riders doing it when they are riding in any FEI class--there is a lot of...
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    Forgive me if I have a hard time placing any sort...

    Forgive me if I have a hard time placing any sort of significance in your words. Its hard when you are one of the few people on these forums that actually will come out and defend the more nefarious...
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    I'll volunteer to catch loose dogs! As long as...

    I'll volunteer to catch loose dogs! As long as the organizers will have a mandatory $25 get-out-of-jail fee for their owners to pay. We can donate it back to the event.

    Loose dogs are one of my...
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    The FB comments are driving me crazy. 2 horses at...

    The FB comments are driving me crazy. 2 horses at 2 different levels, one after show jumping and one on XC. To me that says nothing about the course being the problem, just really, really awful luck....
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    Don't beat yourself up too badly, Heinz. Crap...

    Don't beat yourself up too badly, Heinz. Crap happens, even if you bubble wrap them. Just keep it clean, follow your vet's and farrier's directions, and give it some time.
  22. You could say that about a lot of the dog breeds...

    You could say that about a lot of the dog breeds as well… some more than others. And people are happy to pay mucho $$ for them. Ah, humans, always trying to "improve" things.
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    Nothing wrong with small horses! Personally, I...

    Nothing wrong with small horses! Personally, I prefer them, especially if catty, over the big guys. How tall are you?

    Being a little small is no reason to give up on him being a great partner.
    ...
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    Just said I'd never heard of it--- sorry, no need...

    Just said I'd never heard of it--- sorry, no need to jump down my throat! I said others with more experience with cribbers might have more information, so I wasn't trying to mislead her and certainly...
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    While ulcers could totally be an issue with her...

    While ulcers could totally be an issue with her based on the fact that she just moved farms, I've never heard of a non-cribber becoming a cribber due to ulcers. I would think she's always been a bit...
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