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    Default I guess the dogs are o/o luck from now on...

    http://www.equinite.com/?utm_campaig...l&utm_content=

    And to think -- my dogs are eating 100s of $$$ of jewelry


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    Not at all what I was expecting to read! Wow though, the jewelry is really attractive! I wonder if they do custom work...it'd be kinda neat to have it made from your own horse's hoof trimmings....
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    Kind of a neat idea for someone who has lost a horse if you could use your own.
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    I was NOT expecting that!! Lynnwood, it says that you can use your own horses.



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    Quote Originally Posted by GAEventer View Post
    Not at all what I was expecting to read! Wow though, the jewelry is really attractive! I wonder if they do custom work...it'd be kinda neat to have it made from your own horse's hoof trimmings....
    I'm sure they do, but I think I prefer the braided jewelry made from the horse's tail hair. Abit more elegant, don't you think?



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    Wow... Some of those pieces are gorgeous. I'm going to have to save some trimmings next time the farrier's out.
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    Love the white.
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    Why not bring this tradition back?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261168699204

    (joking)



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    I wondered why this was in the breeding section - I thought it was going to be something about horse oysters.



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    I suppose it could go in many sections...

    Funny, you got me to thinking that in all my years of breeding I've only gelded about 3-4 colts here; there are either sold prior to that age or they were fillies!

    So my dogs never did get too many Rocky Mtn Oysters. But hoof clippings -- YUM!!



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