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  1. horse insurance : a great experience and recommendation (xpost)

    posted this in HJ but then thought maybe more people would see it in here. honestly, i just had such a good experience i wanted to let more people know - because i've heard insurance horror stories...
  2. must give props: horse insurance - great experience

    wow. i just have to say i'm impressed and amazed, and what's been otherwise an incredibly stressful time for me has been alleviated as much as possible.

    i have my 10yo oldenburg gelding insured...
  3. natural balance farriers? need info/reviews

    hi everyone -

    does anyone have experience with natural balance style shoeing/trimming?

    has anyone heard of the following natural balance farriers?

    would love to hear stories/reviews.

    ...
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    agreed with find eight. additionally,...

    agreed with find eight. additionally, interventions are used by people close to the addict to let them know they know there is a problem - and more importantly, to inform them that if they don't...
  5. Paddock Boots - in search of a more fitted pair

    Hi everyone. I'm in the market for a new pair of paddock boots and I'm hoping to find some that fit a bit better than my current pair of Ariat cobalts. They seem to be wider than my feet require, and...
  6. i was just about to post about this, i have one...

    i was just about to post about this, i have one too!

    i can't feel it and my horse can't feel it and they really do try to match your leather. highly highly recommend this option!
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    aw he's cute :) Please post about how your...

    aw he's cute :) Please post about how your clinic experience goes!
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    i just wanted to say i haven't been in here much...

    i just wanted to say i haven't been in here much lately - work insanity - but threads like this are just what makes this forum such a treasured resource to me!

    i am so touched when i see people...
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    i boost my own personal intake of b vitamins and...

    i boost my own personal intake of b vitamins and magnesium in times of increased stress. products like quiesscence, smartpaks smart calm, and dynamite's easy boy (the best, imo) utilize the same...
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    epsom salts is magnesium. you soak in it - you...

    epsom salts is magnesium. you soak in it - you feel better. better than a plain bath.
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    Ghazzu, checked with someone I trust who knows...

    Ghazzu, checked with someone I trust who knows more about all this than I do, because I admit you had me stumped. (I have an avid interest in all this, and have learned a good amount, but I am...
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    seems taxing on the kidneys to overload the horse...

    seems taxing on the kidneys to overload the horse with a bunch of stuff they cant use and thus have to get rid of. i am not an expert but that's my take.
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    doesn't triple crown have molasses as a top...

    doesn't triple crown have molasses as a top ingredient? i wouldn't think feed with such a high sugar content would be good for a horse that is IR.

    dynamite makes an equine multivitamin without...
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    wow what a straightforward solution! this really...

    wow what a straightforward solution! this really made me giggle. :lol: thanks for sharing.
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    Ghazzu that is a really good point. I must have...

    Ghazzu that is a really good point. I must have gotten my facts wrong. However if it's not absorbed by the GI tract it must leave the body somehow right? Did I pick the wrong exit? :lol:
  16. I emailed those images yesterday and am waiting...

    I emailed those images yesterday and am waiting to hear back.

    I didn't want to color anyone's perception, but to my eyes, the marks today, while darker because of more detail, are echoed in the...
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    wouldn't it be safe to say though that if the...

    wouldn't it be safe to say though that if the horse is tying up, the horse is likely deficient in magnesium? therefore, the magnesium/calcium axis is already off balance and she might not need to...
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    whatever you get, be sure the magnesium is...

    whatever you get, be sure the magnesium is chelated otherwise the horse will just pee it out. as others have said, not all minerals are created equal.

    although i dont use it for tying up, i am...
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    when 3 chiropractors and an injection failed to...

    when 3 chiropractors and an injection failed to solve soreness in my horse's SI and a left hip that was lower than the right, myofascial release therapy got him symmetrical sound and happy again. i...
  20. Please help me compare/contrast navicular xrays: 4 years ago to now

    the xrays from 2006 are film, and poorer quality.
    the xrays from 2010 are digital and far superior.

    keeping in mind there is less detail in the older xrays and so therefore the contrast and...
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    i was just rereading parts of this thread, and...

    i was just rereading parts of this thread, and from your posts, haalter, it sounds like plenty of good horsemanship is going on at your barn :) cheers to that!
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    yes someone please confirm. there's no reason to...

    yes someone please confirm. there's no reason to school the wrong distance at home! and do heights dictate the stride length the distances are based from?
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    I feel for your experience, but I see a direct...

    I feel for your experience, but I see a direct correlation between you staying out of it, and your horse being used up/damaged before his time. Putting the responsibility on the industry alone is not...
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    haalter, yes i was being tounge in cheek. glad...

    haalter, yes i was being tounge in cheek. glad you took it as intended. obviously that wasn't specifically pointed "at" you personally, as i can't know you or your style of running a barn...more at...
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    then who pays for the ulcer meds from all the...

    then who pays for the ulcer meds from all the bute and banamine? ;)

    this is the part i don't dig - trainers have free rein - until a horse gets sick from those decisions and then it's the owner...
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