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  • #41
    Awwww....hugs to you both, Willem and Coreene!

    I'm jingling my keys and the bit I have sitting on my desk here at work for you both. Every little bit helps, right?

    Feel better, Willem!

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    Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.
    "These are my principles. If you do not like them, I have others." --Groucho Marx

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    • #42
      Willem-
      I haff beed jingling mein lead shank, weil ich don't haff ein curb chain yet. Mein modder (I loff her) haff putted it uber mein nose when we walk between mein howse and mein paddock. Sometimes I see ein verry scary thing, like maybe ein ghost oder ein tree, und I haff shied, so I haff ein shank mit ein jingle-chain.
      Mein brudder, Benz, he haff jingled his stall guard, but he ist only 3 jahre und I don't not to share mein computer mit him yet.

      Maybe die Giddyap Girls can make you some special treats wot won't hurt your feetz.

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      • #43
        Willem, Glimmer and I are jingling for you!!

        Now be a good boy and eat all that yucky paste right up - and be a gentleman about it too. It will make you feel better, promise!

        Coreene, be sure to take care of yourself as well as your horse - sometimes we forget to do that when things like this come around.

        Jingle, Jingle. Jingle, Jingle. Jingle, Jingle....

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        • #44
          Adding my jingles!!

          Willem, I hope you're relaxing and taking your meds without too much complaining...and Coreene, nachos sound like a very good medication for you!!

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          • #45
            Awwww. Willem, sweetie......feel better soon. And I agree, it's better to take your medicine just so your mother Coreene feels better so she can help you get better.....capice?
            A quick trip to the barn, and I am advised to send the warmest horsie hugs to you and your Mother from Shogun Jack, Solano's Gray Lady, Top Jam, and Talkabout Sonny.

            Eileen


            "If the world were truly a rational place. men would ride side saddle." Rita Mae Brown

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            http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/lihs/
            Eileen
            ~~Cowgirl Clique~~ ~~Reriders/AKA Fossils On The Flats Clique~~~


            \"Always saddle your own horse.\" Connie Reeves 1901-2003 Member of the Cowgirl Hall Of Fame

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            • #46
              Oh Willem... I am new to the board, but your posts have made me smile! I wish you a speedy recovery my dahlink!!

              Drei Karotten?? Nein!!!!

              ~Jilltx

              "If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten"
              =*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*=*
              ~Jilltx~

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              • #47
                Oh, my favorite equine, I am jingling like crazy (and I even own a real curb chain now!)

                I had a bad week here last week, so forgot to write to your mom and you, but I was still crossing everything for you!!

                All my best wishes, oh red-headed friend!

                Laurie
                Laurie

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                • #48
                  For Willem:

                  From the Dutch horse: Yingles
                  From the Andalusian: Hingles
                  From the German horses: Many yingles
                  From the TBs: Jingles and more jingles.
                  From the babies: What's a jingle?
                  They don't call me frugal for nothing.
                  Proud and achy member of the Eventing Grannies clique.

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                  • #49
                    Many jingles and hugs from here. Hope you are better very soon.

                    Older is just a state of mind. Where is mine?
                    Life is great when you can hug a horse.

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                    • #50
                      Oh, SUPER JINGLE! You poor poor thing. I hope you feel better soon.

                      www.clospepe.com
                      www.clospepe.com

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                      • #51
                        Willem, I'm not at the barn today but when I read about how uncomfortable you are, and how concerned your mudder is for your well being well I jingled my paper clip holder instead of a curb chain. Is that okay mit you? I certainly dont want you to choke on any karroten, so maybe your mudder - slash - nurse could bring you WATERMELON! Hugs and well wishes from Daisy and me in Mass-achewsitts.

                        Standardbred Clique
                        Arabian Clique

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                        • #52
                          Poor Willem -- My mare prefered to spit out Pentoxifylline -- Worse is struggling to get it into them and not seeing great results -- Have you tried Pergolide? Tons of flavors to choose from -- My mare highly recommends grape --

                          The lily pads did make my mare much more comfortable -- What made an even bigger difference for her was filling her stall with sand --

                          I felt so guilty not being able to feed treats -- Now I comfort myself by feeding handfuls of sunflower seeds -- I also keep her happier by feeding beet pulp at mealtime --

                          Jingling as hard as I can for Willem --
                          "I never mind if an adult uses safety stirrups." GM

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                          • #53
                            Jingles to the tune of Happy Feet!

                            If your mom has time - check out
                            http://groups.yahoo.com/group/EquineCushings/

                            My gosh this group has the foot info! Also, maybe check into Lamina Saver? Just started my pony on it after an episode, but it is much cheaper for a pony.

                            If there is so little rotation - then there is a lot to be thankful for - remember that part!

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                            • #54
                              Sending HUGE Texas-sized jingles your way. I just know that soon you'll be on those tootsies dancing to "Footloose."

                              [[[[[[HUGS]]]]]]]
                              Visit Sonesta Farms website at www.sonestafarms.com or our FaceBook page at www.facebook.com/sonestafarms. Also showing & breeding Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.

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                              • #55
                                sore feet suck.

                                Coreene, i hope your sweet willem feels muy better pronto!

                                --- Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.
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                                Life Goes On

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                                • #56
                                  Jingle, jingle, jingle!!! Hope you feel better soon!

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                                  • #57
                                    Willem,

                                    I went to Northern California for the weekend. I came home to find Dorina has a-bout 100 curb chains braided into her tail and is shaking her grosse schwartze butt all day long. She is too busy shaking to even tell me why. But now I know..... I think you need an ice cream maker for therapeutic purposes of course.

                                    Loff to you and Coreene.
                                    See those flying monkeys? They work for me.

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                                    • #58
                                      Chestnut prince he stands
                                      Poised on lilypads for now
                                      Waits for magic kiss

                                      _\\]
                                      -- * > hoopoe
                                      The ancient Greeks did not write obituaries. They only wanted to know if you had a passion.
                                      _\\]
                                      -- * > hoopoe
                                      Procrastinate NOW
                                      Introverted Since 1957

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                                      • #59
                                        Jingle, Jingle, Jingle, Jingle, Jingle!
                                        Get better spoon, Willem!

                                        Charming

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                                        • #60
                                          Willem's feet be sore.
                                          Just drei karroten per day -
                                          This be verrie wrong.

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                                          Approved helmet: Every ride; every time.
                                          Approved helmet: Every time; every ride.
                                          "When a sport gets to be predictable it ceases to be fun." - RAR's wise brother

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