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  1. Videos walking: ...

    Videos walking:

    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=343786525800187&l=4605923366239762358

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  2. Stifle injuries-experience? Recovery EQ?

    My 5 y.o. mare slipped while in turnout on October 30 and I'm assuming hyperextended her hind leg. Came up lame, very stiff through the stifle injury. Had vet look it over, she just prescribed...
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    Thank you, that might be a more economic way to...

    Thank you, that might be a more economic way to do that this year. I might be able to swing a turnout sheet and a mid weight turnout blanket and just layer them with my stable blanket (a remanent...
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    Thank you for your reply! We turn the "ranch"...

    Thank you for your reply! We turn the "ranch" horses out in a pasture with grass and shelter with horse lick tubs, and salt/mineral, but the young horses just don't do that well digging through...
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    Thank you! This is hugely helpful. I am a...

    Thank you! This is hugely helpful. I am a transplant from NM/AZ and this subzero winter weather really throws me for a loop. I was trying to find a blanket guide. Since we do let ours grow a...
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    Because we start ours lightly at two if they are...

    Because we start ours lightly at two if they are big and mature enough and show them in a three-year-old futurity in the fall. Shoot me. Most people start as a long yearling and show in a...
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    Blanketing for Montana

    We purchased a 2 y.o. filly from Utah this spring, and she's failed to grow much of a winter coat at all. I'm planning on riding her throughout the winter after I purchase a membership to the...
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    So, I got ahold of a horse vet who came highly...

    So, I got ahold of a horse vet who came highly recommended by the trainer I've been riding with. The vet said that because it's in his lip, there's nowhere that it can migrate to, so just to keep an...
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    That's what I'm wondering too, though, is how you...

    That's what I'm wondering too, though, is how you would go about finding it? Does it show up on ultrasound? Or do you just guess and hack away? Or let it fester….
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    I had our vet look at it, but she didn't seem the...

    I had our vet look at it, but she didn't seem the least bit concerned…but then again, we live in cow country, and she mostly deals with livestock. Going to try to find a horse vet in the area.
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    Porcupine Quills! Advice?!

    Our 3 y.o. gelding got into a porcupine, and I managed to pull out most of them. However, I think that one might be stuck in his upper lip. I can't necessarily feel the quill, but I hauled him to...
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    Ear Shy-Underlying Health Issue?

    I've had horses with ticks, mites, and aural plaques that have been head shy. Used to work for a vet as a tech way back in the day, and she would doctor horses for mites and ticks in their ears on a...
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    This is exactly what I needed, thank you again! ...

    This is exactly what I needed, thank you again! What a silly mistake to have on a sale flyer….
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    I don't know why I didn't think of this, can you...

    I don't know why I didn't think of this, can you possibly do me one more favor and look up the actual mare? "NMSU Chex Me Out" 2011 bay mare? Thank you so, so, so much!
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    That's what I was wondering. Thank you so much...

    That's what I was wondering. Thank you so much for looking it up, Bluey. Does it have the breeder listed as Lyn Ray? Should also be out of NM?
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    AQHA Look-Up?

    Does anyone have an AQHA membership that can tell me the breeding on the mare, "Tequita Night Caprice"? She's not listed on Allbreedpedigree, and I'm looking at a mare out of her that will be...
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    Toddler Helmets

    Anyone have one? What fits? Suggestions? The wee one only sits on the ponies with us at a walk around the barn yard, but it'd be nice to have a helmet for her noggin.

    Thanks in advance!
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    Thank you all for the input, as with any...

    Thank you all for the input, as with any discipline, I will be sure to seek out someone for help.

    I'm curious to know what kind of rig you would suggest looking into for starters? I'm well...
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    Thank you! That's a good idea, I'll add my...

    Thank you! That's a good idea, I'll add my location. However, I'm actually located in MT now, need to update my information.
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    Getting Started...

    Growing up, I had a Quarter Horse/Morgan pony mare that we drove everywhere. She wasn't ever broke or started to the cart...being dumb kids we just hooked her up and took her out for a drive one day...
  21. Haven't been on since this was posted as the rest...

    Haven't been on since this was posted as the rest of this year has been hectic. The original intent of my post was not for a critique of the colt, just for a general opinion on what changes in these...
  22. Structural/Conformationally Evaluating Young Foals

    What do you look for? What do you find typically changes as they grow? Provided is a picture of my 3 day old foal....what are your thoughts?...
  23. Thread: New Pony!

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    New Pony!

    Latte's retired to a lesson horse for small children and a broodmare to my family's ranch and now, my new project is this two-year-old filly by a Hollywood Dunit stallion out of a cutting bred mare. ...
  24. Retained Breeding Rights/Co-Ownership Advice

    I've had my mare, "Latte" for 10 years now (since she was two) and love the mare dearly. She's been a wonderful show horse and riding mare for me for years, but I've just outgrown her and don't...
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    Lesson Ideas For Kids

    I've been giving lessons to teenage and adult riders for a few years now, but I now have two sisters that are taking lessons with me-ages 7 and 10. The 10-year-old loves it and does a good job of...
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