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Myout
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Last Activity: Oct. 19, 2018, 01:00 PM
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  • Myout
    replied to When to decide enough is enough?
    Hugs, and keep the appointment. A horse that cannot freely and comfortably move is in prison, and breaking yourself mentally, emotionally and financially...
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    replied to joint supplements and injections
    I know the oral work at relatively high doses, as it masked almost completely a wobblers horse, who after removing the supplements he was on, in two days...
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  • Myout
    replied to Making your own Equicube?
    First I have heard of this, now I am intrigued! I wonder if those strap on wrist weights would work as well?
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  • Myout
    replied to Dressage saddles
    Have gone through a Moffett Vogue, Schleese HK semi custom, Stubben, Albion, and a Custom Coronado, so far the winner is a Dresch Legolas. He finally...
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  • Myout
    replied to "Pushing" vs. "Allowing"
    My youngster starts out needing a bit of pushing, but then gets into go mode, so I ride both everyday! Depending on the horse, lack of rider stability...
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  • Myout
    replied to Do you wrap or boot?
    Mine is barefoot and in the beginning didn't wear anything, but one rowdy lunge session changed my mind. He kicked himself in front badly and was lame...
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